The West Greenville Small Area Plan (SAP) provides assessment and recommendations for land uses, a thoroughfare network, pedestrian circulation and the IH 30 corridor. The SAP was initiated to build upon existing planning efforts and to further the existing Greenville Comprehensive Plan studying the 27,000-acre West Greenville area in more detail.
The planning process included intensive community involvement through a Plan Advisory Committee, public meetings and workshops. Recommendations were coordinated with area developers, public institutions, the Texas Department of Transportation, North Central Texas Council of Governments, the City and the Greenville Board of Development. The SAP land use plan uses greenbelts as a framework, preserves rural edges, connects neighborhoods and promotes new mixed-use areas as opportunities for form-based, sustainable and market-driven developments. Transportation strategies support recommended land uses through traditional roadway classifications, but also provide flexibility to incorporation pedestrian systems and respond to further demands.