The Street Division is responsible for the maintenance of municipal streets and associated stormwater drainage infrastructure. The division is also responsible for maintaining various drainage ditches and streams by keeping them free of debris to permit adequate stormwater flow.
Most streets in Greenville are maintained either by the City or by the North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT).
Here’s a look at some of the major thoroughfares in the city and which entity is responsible for them:
|East Fifth Street
|West Fifth Street (Evans Street to Elizabeth Street)
||East 14th Street (Charles Boulevard to Firetower Road)
||Evans Street (East 10th Street to Firetower Road)
|Red Banks Road
|West 14th Street (Charles Boulevard to West Fifth Street)
|West Fifth Street (Elizabeth Street to NC-43)
To report a pothole on a road maintained by the NCDOT, visit here. To report a pothole or other issue on a road maintained by the City of Greenville, visit here or download the City Compass app to your smartphone.
For a map of streets within the Greenville city limits that details what agency is responsible for maintaining a specific street, click here or the image below.
In order to obtain an accurate assessment of the 672 lane miles of streets in the Greenville city limits, the City of Greenville contracted with Transmap, a national provider of infrastructure management. Transmap drives a specially outfitted van on every street in the city to determine what roads are in good condition and which ones require resurfacing. Results will help the City prioritize and plan road repairs.