Read the 2017 City of Greer Annual Report online
From a once-in-a-lifetime solar eclipse to replacing aging infrastructure in the central business district, 2017 was a year full of robust activity in the City of Greer.
The City’s 2017 Annual Report, which is now available to the public, recalls those and other major news and feature stories.

The 42-page e-publication is presented for the fifth year as an online flipbook -- a convenient and easy to read format that mimics an actual paper book. The report may be shared through email and social media, or downloaded directly to a computer.

Highlighted stories include the Great American Solar Eclipse, the Greer Station Streetscape project, an update on the Police Department's K-9 team, and rookies Sarah Anderson and Noah Sanford, Greer natives who are making their mark in the Police Department and Fire Department, respectively.

"The first half of the report focuses on news and features from 2017. The second half includes the finance report, departmental reports and an update on partners Greer Development Corporation and the Greenville County Redevelopment Authority," Communications Manager Steve Owens said. "As reports are placed in the archives, they become an invaluable snapshot of years past."

Click the link below to view the 2017 report.

2017 Annual Report