Below is a list of Online Services that the City has to offer. You may also want to view the City's comprehensive Services A to Z listing. If you have a concern regarding City services, programs, or issues and are not sure which department to call, you may call the Public Information Office at (252) 329-CITY.
Citizen Action Line
This application allows citizens to voice their concerns, complaints, and requests and have them automatically routed to the proper City staff.
City Council Meetings Online
Watch the City of Greenville's city council meetings online via live streaming video.
Click on this link to sign up to receive the City's quarterly e-Newsletter (to begin production in winter of 2013).
Pay Parking Tickets (Service not available from midnight to 3:00 a.m. For assistance call 329-4448).
Pay your parking tickets online.
False Alarm Information
Information concerning the City of Greenville's False Alarm Ordinance
Online Building Permits (Service not available from midnight to 3:00 a.m. For assistance call 329-4174).
The online building permit application will allow you to view permit status and allow you to schedule / cancel inspections.
Online Business Licenses (Service not available from midnight to 3:00 a.m. For assistance call 329-4451).
Get license information, renew a licence, or explore a license via our online buisness license site.
Online Code Enforcement (Service not available from midnight to 3:00 a.m. For assistance call 329-4455).
Citizens can perform case inquiries and view case-related data online, including the case status and the next course of action related to a case
Bid on City of Greenville surplus items.
Provides interactive mapping for tax-parcel information lookup, zoning information, voter district information, and aerial photography
Various maps of importance provided in PDF format for downloading.
Online Neighborhood Plan Survey
Online survey provided by the Community Development Department.
Search for phone, fax, and email address for City of Greenville employees.
Mayoral Letter or Proclamation Request
Citizens can request a Mayoral Letter or Proclamation to commemorate special events. Requests will go through an internal review process, so it is necessary to submit your request at least two weeks prior to the date the document is needed to insure timely issuance.
Online Activity Registration
Registration for most Recreation and Parks programs is available online. There is a small processing fee for online registration. Credits may be issued according to departmental policies
Last Modified: 12/28/2012