- A family-focused town with great amenities and opportunities.
- A municipality making significant investments in infrastructure, services, and fiberoptic broadband.
- A town partnering with the Greene County Economic Development Corporation to provide new businesses with the resources they need to succeed.
Life in Greenville is both balanced and rewarding.
Visitors to Greene County experience natural splendor, world-class cultural and adventure attractions and welcoming hospitality.
Major investments have been made in the infrastructure that enables communities to thrive, from broadband to water & sewer service, to sidewalks and green space.
Destination businesses attract more and more customers to our towns & villages each year.
Residents support our local business as valued members of our community.
Start your dream business and be a part of this wonderful and historic rural community with easy access to New York’s Capital District and stunning views of the Great Northern Catskill Mountains.
Residents enjoy small-town hospitality, great community events, and one of the best school systems in the area that offers an International Baccalaureate Program.
Rural Lifestyle + Easy Access to the Capital District
The Town of Greenville, NY borders Albany County to the north and is just 25 miles south of the Capital District. This short, low-traffic commute draws new residents in with expansive views of the Great Northern Catskill Mountains, an exceptional school system, and easy access to the 4-seasons outdoor adventure destinations across Greene County.
All in all, the 38.9 square miles of Greenville have just over 900 families, 1,300 households, and 3,700 residents. Affordable, beautiful and commutable, this town is the perfect offering of natural splendor and small-town community.
Live and Thrive in our Community
Community Assets and Infrastructure
- 160-acre public park with hiking trails, handicapped access trails, soccer & baseball fields, playground, pickleball court, basketball court, frisbee golf, dog park, fishing and a covered pavilion
- Active arts and entertainment community
- Ample child care for working parents
- Fiberoptic broadband and municipal water & sewer along business corridors
- Pedestrian walkways connect business district with shopping plaza for family essentials
- Multiple parcels of vacant land available for housing development
- School system offering International Baccalaureate program
- Expedited time-to-market with municipal planning and approval processes
- Emerging downtown business district
- Existing move-in-ready structures
- No decline in community population
- Strong community support for residential, commercial, and industrial development projects