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At Greenville Water, conservation is a high priority. In every area we strive to help our customers save this precious natural resource.

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Parking Deck 7’ clearance
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Greenville WaterFriday, July 20th, 2018 at 10:00am

Celebrating 100 years of water service…….
Greenville Water is governed by five Commissioners. Three Commissioners are elected members. Greenville’s Mayor and a city council member serve as ex-officio members. In 1999, Debra M. Sofield became the first woman to serve on the Commission of Public Works. She served as an ex-officio member until 2007 and was elected as a Commissioner in 2008. She served as Chair from 2010- 2014 and is currently serving her second elected term.

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Greenville WaterFriday, July 20th, 2018 at 9:13am

Why do we love our watersheds so much? The American Water Works Association published an article in the July edition of their Journal by Sally Claggett and Robert Morgan about the connection between healthy forests and clean water. You can read an excerpt from that article which explains how forests clean water. #treesgreenville #wateryourtrees

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Greenville WaterThursday, July 19th, 2018 at 10:00am

Celebrating 100 years of water service…….
Greenville Water redeveloped an abandoned lot on the corner of West Washington and West Broad Street. A new Operations Facility was completed in 2016 and the Prospect Green open space was completed in 2017. Prospect Green is a beautiful place for our neighbors to spend time with their family or walk their dog. Our employees enjoy lunch in the park on occasion. You can also learn about water smart landscaping as you walk the paths in the park.

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Wednesday, May 9th, 2018 at 10:28am
Collaboration between water utilities and citizens is important this Drinking Water Week to protect our source water, which will assure safe drinking water for our communities. https://t.co/TthOpAwAUg https://t.co/EsoOiNOxIC