North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper has further eased some of the restrictions previously in place due to the COVID-19 pandemic with Executive Order 215. A copy of the Order is available here.
Here is a breakdown of Executive Order 209:
• Face coverings are recommended for anyone who has not been vaccinated and required for child care facilities, children's day or overnight camps, healthcare settings, transportation, state and local detention and correctional facilities, and homeless service providers.
• All capacity and social distance requirements have been lifted for businesses.
Guidance from the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services for businesses, education, child care, law enforcement, housing, individuals, families, and more is available here.
The Pitt County Health Department through a collaboration with Pitt County Emergency Management and Vidant Medical Center is offering daily community COVID-19 testing. For more information about the locations and times of the free testing, click here.
According to the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services, a tested, safe and effective vaccine will be available to all who want it, but supplies will be limited at first. For more information about vaccines, click here.
City of Greenville Services
City of Greenville offices are open with a modified schedule. Offices are open from 9 a.m. to noon on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, and 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
When possible, members of the public are still asked to conduct business with the City of Greenville online or by phone. Examples of services that can be conducted online include payments, parking permit requests, building, electrical, mechanical, and plumbing permit applications, employment applications, and building inspection requests. Additionally, residents can submit work requests for issues such as street light repairs, potholes, or missed trash pick-ups by using the City Compass tool.
Below is a list of helpful phone numbers for those seeking to contact City staff.
- Citizen Action Line: (252) 329-2489
- City Attorney's Office: (252) 329-4426
- City Clerk's Office (252) 329-4421
- City Manager's Office (252) 329-4432
- Engineering (252) 329-4467
- Financial Services (252) 329-4444
- Fire/Rescue Non-emergency (252) 329-4390
- Information Technology (252) 329-4068
- Human Resources (252) 329-4492
- Planning and Development Services (252) 329-4504
- Police Non-emergency (252) 329-4315
- Public Information (252) 329-4131
- Public Works (252) 329-4522
- Recreation and Parks (252) 329-4567