A parking lot development program created by the City of Greenville, Upstate Forever and Furman University aims to improve water quality in the city and provide developers increased flexibility with new projects.

Greenville City Council recently approved the Fee-in-Lieu of Low Impact Development Parking Program, which gives developers three options when building parking lots in the city.

Developers can build a lot with the minimum required parking spaces; use low-impact development techniques to manage stormwater generated by parking spaces above the minimum required; or pay a $750 fee for each parking space above the minimum.

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