Council-Manager Form of Government
Greenville has used the council-manager form of government since 1953. Under this form of government, the City Council, which is elected by the people, is the final authority on policy matters relating to Greenville’s government. The City Council employs a City Manager to handle the day-to-day management and operations of the City. Click here to see a chart of the City organization.
The Mayor and City Council Members serve two-year terms. Elections are held every other November, in odd years, and the elections are non-partisan. Candidates run for office under a system electing five district Council Members, one at-large City Council Member, and the Mayor at-large. For voter registration or elections information, contact the Pitt County Board of Elections at (252) 902-3300.
- For a color-coded map of our City's districts, please click here.