Neighborhood Tool Shed

City of Greer Neighborhood Tool Shed logo

Available tools

  • Rakes
  • Shovels
  • Step Ladders
  • Wheelbarrows
  • Extension Cords
  • Drill Kits
  • Weed Eaters
  • Lawn Mowers
  • Leaf Blowers

Greer Neighborhood Services has created a tool lending program for residents who do not have the resources to maintain their yards. The Neighborhood Tool Shed is filled with everything you may need to maintain your yard.

How it works


Step 1: Apply  

City residents who want to borrow tools or the entire tool shed must provide proof of residency (ID and utility bill) and fill out an application before using the tool shed.  Applications will be approved on a case-by-case basis. Priority for lending will be given to residents with active code cases.  


Step 2: Receive  

You can borrow one tool or the whole neighborhood tool shed. Rentals can vary from 1-3 days depending on your needs. Please make sure that your vehicle has enough space to transport the tool that you request or Neighborhood Services can transport based on availability.  If you are borrowing the entire tool shed, neighborhood services will transport it to and from your neighborhood.  


Step 3: Share   

After you are done beautifying your yard or neighborhood, share a photo with us on social media! 


Step 4: Return  

When you are done with the tools, make sure they get back to neighborhood services at the agreed upon time or arrange for them to be picked up if needed.  


Step 5: Repeat  

Neighborhood Services will have the tools ready for your next project!


Qualifications for this program will be determined on a case by case basis and a Neighborhood Tool Shed Application must be filled out. Priority for lending will be given to residents with active code cases. Reach out to Greer Neighborhood Services for more information by calling (864) 968-7038 or send an email to kkizito@cityofgreer.org.

Neighbors Helping Neighbors

Neighbors helping Neighbors
Greer Neighborhood Services exists to help connect you with your neighbors. The Neighbors Helping Neighbors program connects local volunteers to residents that are in need of assistance with common property code violations. Those who are not able to correct violations because of physical or financial hardship my find assistance through Neighborhood Services. Examples of eligible violations may include:
  • Damaged fence removal/repair
  • Minimal tree trimming/removal
  • Minor exterior home repair
  • Trash removal
Neighbors Helping Neighbors depends on the dedication and hard work of volunteers like you. Sign up at this link to help your neighbor today!