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National Community Development Week

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The City of Greenville is celebrating National Community Development Week April 11-15, 2022. The week serves as an opportunity to highlight the impact of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) CDBG and HOME programs with elected officials, program partners, program participants, and the public.



Mayor PJ Connelly reads proclamation that designates April 11th, 2022 through April 15th, 2022 as National Community Development Week by the National Community Development Association & also proclaims this week as National Community Development Week in Greenville, NC.



The City of Greenville has a new program that pays to test and remove or encapsulate lead paint. If your house was built prior to 1978, there's a good chance it has lead paint. If you have children under the age of 6 who reside or spend a lot of time in your home, they could be in danger!


For more information and to see if you're eligible to receive assistance, please contact Sylvia Brown at (252) 329-4509 or sbrown@greenvillenc.gov



Are you looking to purchase your first home? Are you unsure of where to start? The City of Greenville's Housing Division can help! 

The Housing Division partners with The Greenville Housing Development Corporation to host a monthly Homeownership Education workshop to help answer all of your homeownership questions. Held in the GHA Training Room at 1103 Broad Street in Greenville! Check out this informational video below! 


SPACE IS LIMITED! Reserve your seat for the April 23rd workshop today by calling 252-329-4056 or contact Phoenix Hinson at 252-329-4226 with any additional questions.


Through the City's Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Sub-recipient Program, our local non-profits are able to give back and help those in need within the great City of Greenville. During National Community Development Week, we would like to shine a light on two of our local sub-recipients, Boys and Girls Clubs of the Coastal Plain and Martin-Pitt Partnership for Children. Check out these two organizations and how they give back to the citizens of Greenville!

Click here to learn more about Boys and Girls Clubs of the Coastal Plain.

Click here to learn more about Martin-Pitt Partnership for Children.


The City's Housing Division has been quite active in the community over the past couple of years. Take a look at some photos highlighting the housing rehabilitation progress in Greenville here. To view some of the work that has taken place in the City's West Greenville/Lincoln Park Area, click here.

Housing Rehab PreBid       Housing Rehab Aerial

 Housing Rehab side       Housing Rehab kitchen


Thank you for celebrating National Community Development Week with the City of Greenville!