- Apr 26 Thank you to all of the administrative professionals who contribute to the success of our City. #AdminProfessionalsDay
- Apr 25 We just keep racking up the accolades! This time, it's fDi Magazine's American Cities of the Future list! #lovegvl http://ow.ly/EflG30b9YkQ
- Apr 25 Couple of road closures in city due to flash flooding. Charles and 14th closed along with Deck St. near Evans St.
- Apr 24 The Bicycle and Pedestrian Commission is sponsoring the “Rules of the Road” class again this year on Saturday, April 29. It will happen in Drew Steele Center and go from 10 AM to 4 PM. It is free of charge and open to the public, but advance registration is required. People interested in taking part will need to bring a bike, helmet, and bottle of water. They can bring their own lunch or buy one.
- Apr 24 Entrepreneurs now have a place to cultivate their ideas and grow their businesses thanks to Greenville SEED! http://ow.ly/Rn7930b87AA
- Apr 23 The City plans to begin resurfacing Arlington Blvd. between Fire Tower and Red Banks on Tuesday night. All work will be done 7 p.m.-7 a.m.
The City of Greenville is a supporter of the United Way of Pitt County. Each year, initiatives are held to raise money for the organization that supports the community in numerous ways.
Recently, the City's United Way Committee organized a barbeque cooking contest and plate sale to raise funds for the City's United Way campaign. City departments competed for the prize of best barbeque, and the community benefited from their efforts with both a good lunch and a charitable contribution. In the end, the Public Works Department claimed the pig-cooking prize.
Earlier this year, the committee participated in a Day of Caring. Participants spent time at the Pitt County Council on Aging where they conversed and played games with some of the Council's members before traveling to the Food Bank of Eastern Carolina to organize inventory and prepare food for distribution to those in need.