Welcome to the Tar River/University Neighborhood Association (TRUNA) website. Our neighborhood
is located adjacent to the campus of East Carolina University
and Uptown Greenville
(North Carolina), the urban core of the city. It is bounded by the Tar River on the north, Cemetery Road on the east, Tenth Street on the south, and Reade Circle on the west. Click on brochure
to see our neighborhood.
If you are interested in buying a home and living in the TRUNA neighborhood, you may be eligible for the city of Greenville's Down Payment Assistance Program
, which assists home buyers with the down payment and closing costs.
Our website is designed to inform both current and prospective residents and the community about our neighborhood. Please feel free to contact us with comments, questions, and suggestions.
TRUNA Executive Board Meeting, Monday, March 16, 5:30-7:00 p.m., Cypress Glen Auditorium
District 3 Town Hall Meeting Sponsored by Council Member Marion Blackburn—To be rescheduled in the spring
Public Meeting Re the 10th St. Corridor from Evans St. to Oxford Rd., Thursday, March 5, 5:00-7:00 p.m., Greenville City Hall, 3rd floor, 200 W. 5th St.
Stand Against Bullying Now, Thursday, March 12, 6:30 p.m., J.H. Rose High School, 600 W. Arlington Blvd. Speaker is ECU Football Coach Ruffin McNeill.
TRUNA Dines Out—Monday, March 23, 6:00 p.m., Thai 360 Restaurant, 560 Evans St., Corner of Reade Circle and Evans St. Please respond to Kathy Spaar (email@example.com) by Sunday, March 22, so that she can let the restaurant know the number of people who will be dining together.
First Friday ArtWalk, March 6, 5:30-8:00 p.m., Uptown Greenville
East Carolina University—Spring break—March 8-15. Spring semester classes end—Tuesday, April 28. Final exams close—Thursday, May 7. Commencement—Friday, May 8.
City-wide Citizen Town Hall Meeting Sponsored by Calvin Mercer, Council Member at Large, Thursday, March 26, 7:00-8:30 p.m., Boyd Lee Park Gymnasium, 5184 Corey Road
Forum on a Proposal to Amend Greenville City Council Terms, Tuesday, March 31, 6:00 p.m., City Hall, City Council Chambers
TRUNA NEIGHBORHOOD PLAN
contains the vision, goals and objectives, and strategies for maintaining the viability and stability of our neighborhood.
A SHARED VISION
—The TRUNA Board, East Carolina University, and the city of Greenville have developed a document to guide the development of long-term stability and viability for our neighborhood.
TRUNA 2009 ANNUAL REPORT
—The Tar River/University Area Neighborhood Report and Plan
were incorporated into Horizons: Greenville's Community Plan by the City Council on Apr. 9, 2009. TRUNA participated with the Department of Community Development to create this plan
containing many important policy recommendations and action strategies to assure a vibrant, safe, economically stable, and enjoyable community in which to live.