Community Development

The Community Development Division is committed to improving the quality of life for low and moderate income residents by facilitating meaningful programs that address the root causes of poverty and involving all community stakeholders in the development and implementation of programs and projects.

What's New

Public Invited to Comment on Unity Park
Neighborhood District Code

Two open house style meetings have been set for Monday, Sept. 16, and Tuesday, Sept. 17, to allow members of the public to comment on the strategy for affordable housing near Unity Park. The meetings will be from 5:30-7:30 p.m. at Greenville Water's Community Room, 517 W. Washington St. Meeting Details

Cover of draft Unity Park Character Code

Comment Period Open On Annual Performance Evaluation Report 

The City of Greenville Community Development Division is accepting comments through Thursday, Sept. 19, on the Consolidated Annual Performance Evaluation Report (CAPER). 

The CAPER is an evaluation report outlining Community Development’s accomplishments during the 2018-2019 program year. The report examines Community Development’s activities affecting housing, the living environment, and economic development compared to the goals and priorities set in its 2018-2019 Annual Action Plan.

Download the draft 2018-2019 CAPER. The report also will be available for review and comment beginning September 2, 2019, at the Community Development Division Office, 5th Floor, City Hall; the Hughes Main Library, South Carolina Room, 25 Heritage Green Place; and online at:

Please call 864-467-4570 for further information or questions. Comments will be accepted on the CAPER until 9 a.m., Thursday, September 19. Please e-mail comments to: or address written comments to:

City of Greenville
Community Development Division
P.O. Box 2207
Greenville, SC 29602
Attn: CAPER comments

In August 2019, the City celebrated with the Nicholtown community and Genesis Homes, breaking ground on eight new affordable rental units.

The City celebrated with the Greenville Housing Authority at the groundbreaking for Preserve at Logan Park, a senior housing development on the site of the former Scott Towers.