Environmental Engineering

The environmental engineering section is responsible for the administration of the City’s Wastewater and Stormwater Utilities. In addition we are responsible for the management of the City's floodplain and the review of environmental requirements for private (both residential and commercial) development projects. 
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Multi-Hazard Mitigation Plan

The city of Greenville is vulnerable to several natural hazards such as winter storms, floods, high winds and drought, that pose a potential threat and could have a significant impact on the city.

City Council adopted a Multi-Hazard Mitigation Plan (PDF), which was required by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) for the City to be eligible for FEMA grant programs. The City’s plan has been approved by FEMA, and as a result, the City has made Greenville and its residents less vulnerable to future natural hazard events. Greenville has also ensured that the City is eligible to receive certain types of non-emergency disaster assistance from the federal government in the future.

View the Multi-Hazard Mitigation Annual Progress Reports.