City of Greenville issued the following announcement on Dec. 27.
The City of Greenville is introducing Greenville Growing, a campaign asking residents to complete a community survey to assist in obtaining grant funds to offset the cost to water users for a new water plant.
The City of Greenville produces water for Greenville residents, some customers outside the city limits and sells bulk water to three villages from its water plant that was built in 1968. With again infrastructure, city officials are looking to build a new water plant, and are seeking federal grant program funds. The federal grant requires 75% of residents receiving water in the community to participate in the survey.
Surveys will be mailed to city residents and Greenville water customers at the end of December. Residents and customers should complete the survey and return it to the Municipal Building by dropping it off, mail, fax or email. One survey applies to each residence. Once the completed survey is received at the Municipal Building, a $10 credit will be posted on the water account. Surveys returned to the Greenville Municipal Building by January 31st will have a chance to win free water for one year.
Community participation is important to get a strong response rate to keep Greenville Growing.
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Source: City of Greenville