Greenville City Council to see update on 2022 crime statistics today, considers pedestrian project
Greenville's 2022 crime statistics will be presented at today's City Council meeting. The public will received updates on the number of shots-fired calls and the department's responses to various incidents, including traffic stops, firearm confiscations and gang activity.
Also on the agenda, the City Council is considering a grant to continue studying a pedestrian project along Greenville Boulevard. The proposed project would run from Evans Street to Charles Boulevard and aims to make the city more walkable. Today's meeting focuses receiving input from the public and how it would impact residents’ transportation use. The project is currently in a research phase and is led by North Carolina State University researchers.
Interim Police Chief Ted Sauls will deliver the report at a city workshop today at 4 p.m. at City Hall at 200 West Fifth Street. The regular city council meeting begins at 6 p.m. You can livestream it here.