How can I obtain an application for license to conduct a closing out sale?
Click here to view procedures for obtaining an application for license to conduct a closing out sale or here to obtain a copy of the closing-out sale application.
What is the process for citizens who want to speak at a City Council meeting?
Any item that is listed on the City Council agenda as a public hearing provides citizens an opportunity to speak either for or against the item under consideration. A period reserved for comments from the public will be included as an item of business on the agenda as Public Comment Period for each regular City Council meeting and each joint meeting of City Council and the Greenville Utilities Commission.
If a person wishes to speak during the Public Comment Period regarding a topic that is not on the agenda or is not a public hearing item, he/she may register with the City Clerk prior to the opening of the meeting by writing his/her name, address, and a short description of his/her topic. The sign-up sheet will be located on a podium at the entrance to the Council Chambers.
The Public Comment Period shall not exceed a total of thirty minutes, unless the City Council, by a majority vote, extends this limit. Speakers will be limited to three minutes, unless the City Council, by a majority vote, extends this limit. For additional information, contact the City Clerk's Office at (252) 329-4422.
If there are more than three dogs at one location, it is classified as a kennel and is separately addressed by zoning. Contact the Community Development Department at (252) 329-4498 for more information.
Where can I find out information about where a relative is buried?
Cemetery records are maintained at the Public Works Department, 1500 Beatty Street. Records are available for individuals buried in Brownhill, Cherry Hill, Greenwood and Homestead Cemeteries since 1984.
Where can I purchase a cemetery lot?
Cemetery lots, mausoleum spaces, and cremation niches are available for sale in Homestead Cemetery. The purchase price is $550 per lot for City residents and $750 per lot for persons living outside of the City limits. Inside cremation niches are available in Homestead Cemetery for $1750. Homestead Cemetery also has mausoleum spaces available. An inside mausoleum space is $5000 for City residents and $5200 for people living outside of the City; outside mausoleum spaces are $2500 for City residents and $2700 for people living outside of the City; and Hillside West mausoleum spaces in Homestead Cemetery are available for $2000 for City residents and $2200 for people living outside of the City. Persons desiring to purchase a lot, mausoleum space or cremation niche may do so from the Public Works Department located at 1500 Beatty Street.
Where can I obtain a death or birth certificate?
Death and birth certificates may be obtained from the Pitt County Register of Deeds at (252) 902-1650.