Your Government


The Town Board Meets on the second and fourth Monday of each month at 6:00 p.m. at the Town Hall.  Meeting notices are posted at the Town Hall, Post Office and on the Town's web site.   Click here for a directory of Town Board members.

The Planning Commission consists of five citizen members and two Town Board members. The Planning Commission hears rezoning requests, special use permit requests, reviews preliminary and final plats and does site plan reviews for new commercial and industrial buildings. They then make a recommendation to the Town Board as to approval or denial.

Planning Commission meetings are generally held the last Monday of each month. Requests for rezoning and special use permits are due in the Clerk’s office approximately 25 days before the scheduled meeting. Call the Town Clerk for exact dates or see the rezonings page and for a form or see our Planning & Zoning page.

The Planning Commission meets on the 4th Monday of the month.

The Board of Appeals is a citizen committee of five members and meets as needed. The Committee hears variance requests. As with the Planning Commission, requests for variances are due in the Clerk’s office approximately 25 days before a meeting can be scheduled.

The Town of Greenville Park Commission is a seven member citizen committee and meets approximately once a month. The Commission works on planning park improvements in our three Town parks.

The Park Commission is in charge of all the parks, trails and open space in the Town of Greenville. Commissioners are citizen members and are appointed by the Town Board for overlapping, staggered, seven-year terms. Duties include park planning, budget recommendations to the Town Board, setting policies and regulations and receiving citizen input.

Park Commission meetings are held at the Greenville Town Hall on the last Tuesday of the month at 7:00 pm. During the summer months the meetings may be held in one of the parks. There is not a meeting held during the month of December.

This group works on "Keeping the Green in Greenville". They work on doing plantings throughout the Township. This group has earned a number of grants to help in their efforts. There are no set number of members and new members are always welcome. In 2001, the Group met the qualifications to make Greenville a "Tree City".