Greenville Receives State Grant For Plaza

A rendering of possible developments in downtown Greenville, created by PGAV.

The City of Greenville has been successful in receiving another state grant.

Governor J.B. Pritzker announced Monday that $106 million of grants had been awarded throughout Illinois. Greenville receives $1.9 million for a new downtown public plaza and visitor center.

The grant is through the Rebuild Illinois Downtown and Main Streets Capital Program.

Greenville has plans to develop the plaza on North Second Street, between Oak Street and College Avenue.

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