The City of Greer wishes Riverside High School the best of luck as their boys and girl's basketball teams battle for the state championship this evening!
That is one big pile of mulch. Please be aware the City of Greer will soon begin mulching areas of downtown to prepare for spring! 😌
Congratulations to our Tourism Division and Greer Station merchants, who recently placed Silver at the Southeast Festivals & Events Association’s Kaleidoscope Awards Gala for “Best Event Within an Event”. The Tourism Division, led by Lindsey Shaffer, coordinated with Downtown Greer businesses to host live window displays during our Tree Lighting event in December!
Pictured: Elaine Kang, owner of Cartwright Food Hall.
Thank you and congratulations to all of the businesses that participated! Cartwright Food Hall, The Galleries of Brian Brigham, Berries & Bird, and Not Just Gamin’
We’re doing a little “pre-spring” cleaning, as we like to call it! You may have noticed the Cannon Centre pond is a little low right now…that’s because our awesome groundskeeping crew is draining and cleaning the pond to prevent buildup, dispose of sunken litter, mitigate bacteria and algae, and perform liner maintenance and inspection!
🚨👉 Please be aware that this evening, our Parks, Rec., & Tourism department will be conducting a scheduled fireworks test. This fireworks testing will be a short duration, as we are testing locations for Freedom Blast 2025. Victor Park will remain the firework launching location for 2024. 🎆
Check out this week’s upcoming events in Greer!
Tuesday (2/27): City Council Meeting - City Hall - Begins at 6PM.
Thursday (2/29): The Platform at Greer: Bootcamp Pitch Event - City Hall- 4PM-7PM.
Friday - Sunday (3/1-3/3) - The Greer Children's Theatre - Finding Nemo Jr. - Friday at 7pm, Saturday at 2pm & 7pm, and Sunday at 2pm- All Performed at the Cannon Centre.
Let's celebrate our fantastic Communications Team today, February 24th, as we join 3CMA and CAPIO in honoring Government Communicators Day! Your dedication and hard work keep our community informed and engaged every day. Cheers to you! 🎉👏
The City of Greer Engineering Department is pleased to announce staff accomplishments this month. Inspector Scott Reid passed the FAA Part 107 Commercial Drone pilot exam. Please join us in congratulating Scott!
The City of Greer Police Department’s Community Outreach team celebrated Valentine’s Day at Greer Community Ministries. Officers spent time with participants of the Senior Dining Program, doing crafts, handing out valentines made by local students, and singing songs of love.
Check out these shots from this morning’s @theplatformatgreer IGNITE Greer hosted at @cartwrightfoodhall! 📸
Join us at their Bootcamp Pitch Event on Feb. 29th at City Hall!
Did you know the City of Greer Economic Development Department has several programs to help foster business and entrepreneurship across the state? Don’t take our word for it, hear from one business that has been through one of the most rigorous programs and how it helped.
The Platform at Greer's next bootcamp pitch event begins February 29th! Visit www.theplatformatgreer.com/o/platform/page/bootcamp
to learn more.
Check out this week’s upcoming events in Greer! 👇
Tuesday (2/20): "Created by Black Artists" Reception: Edward Driggers Center for the Arts - 6pm-8pm
Wednesday (2/21): The Platform at Greer: IGNITE Greer - Cartwright Food Hall - 8:30am-9:30am.
#discovergreer #greersc #thisweek
The City of Greer Public Services Department wants to let people living in Greer know about some trash collection protocols. From what containers will get your trash collected to the perfect timing to set out your cans, Director Travis Durham has the answers.
Read more: https://www.cityofgreer.org/article/1465350
On Tuesday, February 13th, Greer City Council unanimously approved an ordinance update aimed at regulating mobile food vendors within the city. The new regulations define mobile food units as fully enclosed mobile kitchens permitted to prepare, cook, and serve food. Among the key provisions, vendors are required to collect and remit hospitality taxes, ensure a staff member is present at the unit at all times, and refrain from operating in certain areas without city approval. These measures aim to enhance safety and compliance standards while supporting the thriving food truck industry in Greer. View City Council's most recent agenda: https://greer.novusagenda.com/
For more information about business licenses, please contact Heather Towner, at email@example.com
Our First food truck rollout happens March 15th in City Park!
Exciting news! Little Me Academy is expanding in Greer, bringing more opportunities for young learners. The groundbreaking ceremony, attended by Economic Development Director Reno Deaton and Councilman Lee Dumas, highlights Greer's vibrant community spirit. Check out these shots! 📸
👨🚒🏆 We recently honored our dedicated staff for their outstanding service to the community. Awards included promotions, special recognitions, and community citations, highlighting their everyday heroism. Additionally, the Greer Centennial Lions Club presented its Firefighter of the Year award for the second year!
Did you catch our friends at the Greer Centre for the Arts on Your Carolina yesterday? Robyn, our Cultural Arts Supervisor, as well as a few artists from our “Created by Black Artists” exhibition appeared to discuss the upcoming reception for the exhibition this will be taking place on Tuesday, Feb. 20th beginning at 6pm!
👏🌟 A round of applause for our outstanding HR team! 👏🌟
Shawn Cooper and Stephanie Taylor recently earned SHRM-CP (Society for Human Resource Management-Certified Professional), while Tracy Fischer has earned CSFS (Certified Self Funding Specialist). Congratulations!