Construction crews are out on School Rd. east of STH 76  until June to fix driveway issues and restore terraces. Please use an alternative route if possible.


Est. 1848
The Village of Greenville is a rapidly growing community located west of the City of Appleton with a population of 13,163 and growing.

Greenville was originally founded as a Town in 1848 and named Greenville Station. In 1879, the Town changed its name to Becker after its first postmaster. In 1896, the name changed again to the Town of Greenville. More recently, in 2021, the Town of Greenville was incorporated and is now the Village of Greenville. 

Due to its proximity to major transportation corridors, including Interstate 41, the Village of Greenville is home to a large number of employers including: Amazon, Federal Express, Gulfstream Aerospace, VF Corporation, Miller Electric, Plexus, Oshkosh Corporation, School Specialty, Badger Plug, Valley Bakers Cooperative, Sonoco Products, Asten Johnson, Azco, and Zebra Technologies among many others. The Appleton International Airport is also located in the Village of Greenville.