The City of Greenville would like to welcome you to town. This page is here to answer common questions and provide important information so that your move to Greenville will be successful. The following list contains important information for new residents:
Cable Television and Internet Service
Greenville offers a huge selection of dining choices, from southern food to international cuisine. To see a list of local restaurants and dining selections, click on the following link: Visit Greenville NC.
The North Carolina Department of Motor Vehicles is responsible for issuing North Carolina residents with driver's licenses. Their office is located at 703 SE Greenville Boulevard, in the Greenville Square shopping center. For information on how you can obtain a North Carolina driver's license, call (252) 756-5099, or click on the following link: NC DOT.
The City of Greenville is located within the Pitt County School System, which offers a number of public schools for students K-12. There are two institutions for higher learning located in Greenville, East Carolina University and Pitt Community College, as well as a satellite campus for Shaw University.
Greenville is known for its outstanding health and medical facilities. ECU Health Center, formerly Vidant Health, is among one of the finest and most advanced hospitals in the state. For information on ECU Health and its services click on the following link: ECU Health.
Greenville has a variety of housing options for its residents. Whether you are looking to rent, lease, or buy, Greenville has a large variety of living options. To learn more about apartments and real estate in Greenville, click on one of the following links:
For rent-to-own: renttoownlabs.com
The North Carolina Department of Motor Vehicles is responsible for issuing North Carolina License Plates to drivers. The License Plate Agency is located at 703-D SE Greenville Boulevard, in the Greenville Square shopping center, (252) 756-5099. For more information on how you can obtain a North Carolina License Plate for your vehicle, click on the following link: NC DOT License Plates.
The Daily Reflector serves as Greenville's primary newspaper, offering residents local and national news coverage as well as entertainment and weather. To learn more about The Daily Reflector, click on the following link: Daily Reflector
The Newcomers Club of Greenville welcomes people new to Greenville at their luncheons on the second Wednesday of each month. They also sponsor activities to help newcomers learn about our city and make new friends. Visit this link for more information or call (252) 551-2020.
Sanitation, Garbage, & Recycling
The Sanitation Division of the Public Works Department is responsible for providing trash pickup and recycling services for residents located in the Greenville City Limits. To obtain information regarding trash pickup and recycling services, contact the Public Works Department at (252) 329-4522 or click here.
Greenville offers a variety of shopping from department stores to specialty stores. To see a list of local shopping centers click on the following link: Greenville NC Shopping Centers.
CenturyLink is a local phone service and internet service provider for Greenville. Click on the following link to obtain information about signing up for telephone service: CenturyLink. Suddenlink is also a local phone service and internet service provider for Greenville. Click on the following link to obtain information about signing up for telephone service: Suddenlink.
Greenville Utilities Commission is the utility service provider for Greenville residents. Greenville Utilities is located at 401 South Greene Street. Click on the following link to obtain utility information: Greenville Utilities Commission.
There are several ways to register to vote in the state of North Carolina. The North Carolina Department of Motor Vehicles, many local libraries, and agencies have voter registration forms available for voters to complete. To obtain specific information on how you can register to vote, click on State Board of Elections or call the Pitt County Board of Elections at (252) 902-3300.