Greenville Mayor P.J. Connelly has issued a Stop the Spread Order that restricts some movement for residents of Greenville. For more information about the Order and other updates on the latest impacts to City services, programs, and operations, click HERE.

For the latest updates from the Pitt County Health Department, click HERE.

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Historic Preservation

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The City of Greenville recognizes that historic preservation is a vital tool for protecting the city’s heritage, revitalizing its neighborhoods, enhancing quality of life in Greenville, and stimulating economic development in the region.

Greenville has five districts listed on the National Register of Historic Places, one Local Historic District, and 21 Local Landmarks. The historic preservation program promotes the identification, evaluation, rehabilitation, and adaptive reuse of the City's historic resources. Please use the links below to locate information about the city's historic preservation programs.

Design Guidelines Economic Impacts of Preservation
Local Landmarks Workshops and Events
Certificate of Appropriateness Myths About College View Brochure
Façade Improvement Grants Frequently Asked Questions
Historic Tax Credits in North Carolina

Interested in receiving news and updates on preservation in Greenville from the Historic Preservation Commission? Register here for our newsletter.

Contact the Historic Preservation Commission Staff Liaison, Domini VJ Cunningham, CZO, Planner II or 252.329.4512 with any questions or inquiries.