August 3, 2023: Greenville breaks ground on BUILD project to enhance connectivity

Greenville city officials broke ground Thursday on a multi-phase project that consists of four greenway and sidewalk projects and three streetscape projects, intended to enhance connectivity between West Greenville, the Medical District, East Carolina University, and downtown. Read the full story from WNCT here.

May 20, 2023: Froggapalooza a success!

We hosted our first-ever Froggapalooza event on the greenway on May 20, 2023. This event was a chance to celebrate our greenways and connect with our community members about our work and with the City of Greenville Recreation and Parks and Purple Blossom Yoga. Despite the on-and-off drizzle we had a lot of people of all ages join us for games, chalk-drawing, face-painting, bubble-blowing, and more.

April 2023: Four sections of greenway/multi-use path approved for city funding

Three sections of greenway and a multi-use path were approved for funding by Greenville City Council. Most funds are coming from a federal BUILD grant.

Watch a clip of the City Council meeting here. To learn more about the BUILD grant projects, visit the city website.

March 2023: Public input sought on proposed Washington-Greenville greenway

The feasibility study for a greenway connecting Greenville to Washington, NC is underway. Click here to read the full story from WNCT.

January 2023: Friendraiser honors FROGGS partners

We hosted our annual Friendraiser event at Pitt Street Brewing. This yearly event honors our generous and hardworking FROGGS community. Music was provided by the Nu Clear Twins. Chili and cornbread was provided by FROGGS board members and Zack Hackney. Become a FROGGS partner today!

January 2023: Friends of Greenville Greenways looks to keep their parks healthy and green for the citizens

Jill Twark details the history of FROGGS, what led to its creation, and the hopes for the program’s future. Click here to watch the full story from WNCT.

October 2019: Couple honored for helping grow Greenville’s greenway

Vince and Ann Bellis were honored for a lifetime of civic engagement and thanked for a donation to FROGGS in honor of Vince Bellis, who has been a leader in the greenway establishment and expansion. Click here to watch the full story from The Daily Reflector.

Friends of Greenville GreenwaysP.O. Box 2544Greenville, NC 27836