Phone Numbers by Planning Activity
Planning Division staff members assist developers and citizens in the submission, analysis, recommendation and approval of development proposals and plans. You are encouraged to download and review applications relevant to your inquiry prior to contacting staff members. Most frequently requested applications may be quickly retrieved by selecting blue titles below that proceed staff members' names whom administer each planning activity. Less frequently requested documents are also available to download by selecting the tab in the left margin entitled, "Plans, Maps and Applications." Manual of Fees - Planning
- Site Plans, Variances, Special Use Permits, and Temporary Activity Permits, contact Elizabeth Blount, CZO, Planner II, at 252.329.4608, email@example.com
- Signage Permits (Sign Ordinance), Temporary Sign Applications, contact Les Everett, Assistant Director of Planning and Development Services, at 252.329.4513 or firstname.lastname@example.org
- Subdivisions, contact Bradleigh Sceviour, Planner II, at 252.329.4511 or email@example.com
- Rezonings, Annexations, and Text Amendments contact Chantae Gooby, Chief Planner, at 252.329.4507, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Planning Division Review of Residential Building Permits, contact Domini VJ Cunningham, CZO, Planner II, at 252.329.4512, email@example.com
- Planning Division Review of Commercial Building Permits, contact Elizabeth Blount, Planner II, at 252.329.4608 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Historic Preservation, contact Domini VJ Cunningham, CZO, Planner II at 252.329.4512, email@example.com
- Zoning Certification Letters, contact Bradleigh Sceviour, Planner II, at 252.329.4511, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Geographic Information System (GIS) and Maps, contact Margo Castro, GIS Technician II, 252. 329.4236, email@example.com
If you do not see a planning-related activity listed above that you want to discuss, please call 252.329.4498 for assistance.
Planning Division Support
The Planning Division serves as the administrative and technical coordinator for land development and zoning requests throughout the city's 65-square-mile planning jurisdiction. The Planning Division provides administrative and technical support to:
- Planning and Zoning Commission, Application Deadlines and Meeting Dates(Note: New 6:00 PM Time),
Staff Liaison - Chantae Gooby, Chief Planner, 252.329.4507, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Board of Adjustment, Application Deadlines and Meeting Dates
Staff Liaison - Elizabeth Blount, CZO, Planner II, 252.329.4608, email@example.com
- Historic Preservation Commission, Application Deadlines and Meeting Dates
Staff Liaison - Domini VJ Cunningham, CZO, Planner II, 252.329.4512, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Subdivision Review Board, Application Deadlines and Meeting Dates
Staff Liaison - Bradleigh Sceviour, Planner II, at 252.329.4511 or email@example.com
- Community Appearance Commission, Meeting Dates
Staff Liaison - Domini VJ Cunningham, CZO, Planner II at 252.329.4512, firstname.lastname@example.org
- City Council
Our GIS organizes the City of Greenville’s geographical data into unique layers, each containing information about specific data such as address points, streets, and zoning. Layers can be added together to create a map document that contains valuable information and allows the user to visualize the data in ways that reveal relationships and patterns that facilitate better decision making.
Horizons 2026: Greenville's Community Plan is Greenville's long-range comprehensive plan, which includes land use, transportation, recreation and parks, historic preservation and environmental protection goals and policies. In addition to the online digital version, information of how to order copies of Horizons 2026 and where printed copies are available for view is available in the tab, "Plans, Maps and Applications". Enlargement of the Future Land Use and Character Map.
The Southwest Bypass has long been Pitt County’s highest priority transportation project in the North Carolina Transportation Improvement Program (TIP). The Bypass is a four-lane, 12.6 mile highway that will begin at the US 264 Bypass west of Greenville, extend around the western side of Winterville, and will end approximately two miles south of Ayden on NC 11. The Bypass will relieve congestion and improve traffic safety, provide improved access to Vidant Medical Center in Greenville, and will help improve regional travel time along the US 264/NC 11 corridor. Construction of the Bypass began in September 2016 and is expected to be complete in mid-2019.
Student & Market Rate Housing Analysis: During City Council's June 5, 2017 meeting, Council authorized professional consulting services to determine whether the supply of private dormitory developments and market-rate apartments, existing and approved for construction, have saturated or will saturate the housing market. Kimley-Horn Consultants presented this report to City Council on January 8, 2017.
Annual Planning and Development Activities Reports
- 2016 Planning and Development Activities Report - Interactive - It may take a minute to download
- 2015 Planning and Development Activities Report (Interactive - may take a minute to load)
- 2014 Planning and Development Activities Report
- 2013 Planning and Development Activities Report