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Greenville Residents

You asked & we heard you!

Trash Pickup will now be on Monday & Thursday beginning December 4, 2023!

*Christmas Day & New Year’s Day pickups will be the following Tuesday.

If you have any questions, please contact City Hall at (850) 948-2251.

The Town of Greenville supports fair housing. To find out how fair housing laws protect you when applying for
a residential mortgage loan, please view this Fair Lending Guide
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Click Here To View Information Regarding Mosquito Control

The public is invited to attend Greenville Town Council meetings. The regularly scheduled monthly meeting is held on the second Monday of each month at 6:00pm. For additional information call 850.948.2251.

Town Hall Public Hours
Monday-Thursday: 8:30am-4:30pm
Friday 8:30am-12:00pm

Please make sure you pay Utility Payments Online through this website ONLY. Several citizens have paid through DOXO which is not authorized by the Town of Greenville.

Greenville receives nearly $2 million federal grant to build City Center, grocery store.
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Incorporated 1907. A town was first established here in 1850 and its post office was given the name of Sandy Ford. But during the Civil War, the place was given the name of “Station Five,” because it was the fifth station from the capital. A women’s sewing circle was organized here to sew for the soldiers in the Confederate Army and the first box of supplies that they sent to the commissary in Richmond was designated as coming from Station Five. The quartermaster wrote the president of the society that packages would have to be given in the name of some town. The ladies met and agreed to call the town Greenville, as a tribute to Mrs. U.M. Roberts, president of the society, who came from Greenville, South Carolina. The Spanish missions of San Miguel de Asylo and San Mateo de Tolapato were both located near the area.

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DOH-MADISON PROMOTES WATER SAFETY MONTH

Madison, Fla. – The Florida Department of Health in Madison (DOH-Madison) encourages communities to participate in National Water Safety Month in May. Take precautions to prevent drownings.

With pools, lakes, and other surrounding bodies of water in Florida, water safety is critical to prevent drownings. Children ages 1-4 years are more likely to drown in a home swimming pool than children ages 5-19 years, who are more likely to drown in natural bodies of water. Whether you are a parent or a community group member, everyone plays a role in drowning prevention. The goal is to keep water activities fun and safe for all as we move into the summer months.

Tips on Water Safety:
     • Always keep your eyes on children in and around water, including pools and open bodies of water. Actively supervising and giving children your undivided attention when they are in or around water can help prevent drownings.
     • Never leave a child alone around water.
     • If your child is missing, check other pools or surrounding bodies of water.
     • Use barriers around water, including fences, self-closing/self-latching gates, and secure doors with alarms. Barriers help prevent young children from wandering into bodies of water,    including lakes, pools, ponds, and more. Have a phone nearby in case you need to call 911 in an emergency.

Beach and Lake Swimming:
Swimming in open water is different than swimming in a pool. Even the strongest swimmer can get into trouble swimming in open water. Here are some tips for swimming at the beach or lake:
     • Swim It: Always swim with a buddy, and when safety flags and signs give it the all-clear to do so.
     • Shore It: If you have a weakened immune system, a cut on your skin, or don’t have a buddy to swim with, stay on dry land.
     • Dodge It: If you encounter animals that live near or in the water, stay away. Also, algal blooms like red tide and blue-green algae, which cause skin irritation, burning eyes and throat, and breathing irritations.

For current information on red tide or blue-green algae, please visit https://protectingfloridatogether.gov/.
For more information on water safety, visit https://www.floridahealth.gov/programs-and-services/prevention/drowning-prevention/index.html.

For more information or questions, please contact DOH-Madison at 850-601-6159.

About the Florida Department of Health
The Department, nationally accredited by the Public Health Accreditation Board, works to protect, promote, and improve the health of all people in Florida through integrated state, county and community efforts.

Follow us on Twitter at @HealthyFla and on Facebook. For more information about the Florida Department of Health please visit www.FloridaHealth.gov.

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