Every resident of Greenville County deserves a chance to own or rent a home that fits within their budget.
Established in 1974, the Greenville County Redevelopment Authority (GCRA) works to improve the living conditions of the county’s residents by building new homes, rehabilitating existing homes and improving the infrastructures within communities. We believe every resident in Greenville County deserves a chance to own or rent a home that fits within their budget.
While affordable housing is the cornerstone of a healthy community, strong community partnerships make it possible for GCRA to conduct beautification and public works projects such as improving streets, installing sidewalks, community lighting plans, drainage and sewer improvements, and community greenspace, which are important assets of a safe and beautiful community.
Investing in Greenville County to Create Thriving, Diverse Communities
To create engaged and active communities, we believe there is an important connection that must happen between families and community partners. We strive to support the links between neighborhoods of families and our schools, churches, nonprofits, and local businesses. We do this through:
We believe no community can truly thrive without economic success and the opportunity for jobs. We offer many resources for small, local businesses within Greenville County.LEARN MORE
GCRA awards sub-recipient grants for community organizations and groups. These grants help fund programs for our citizens like after-school care and services for the homeless.LEARN MORE
The Greenville County Redevelopment Authority (GCRA) has prepared a draft Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report
The Greenville County Human Relations Commission is hosting the 53rd Fair Housing Event on April 22,
The Post and Courier (Greenville) just published an article about the City of Fountain Inn’s plans