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Utilities & Permitting

Utilities

Our award-winning local utility provider, Greenville Utilities Commission (GUC) truly understands the local market. Benefits of locally owned utilities include greater reliability, efficient service, low costs, customer responsiveness, redundant power, and access to tax-exempt financing for capital projects.

GUC also provides electric water, sewer, and natural gas to 146,000 residents. It is the second largest municipal electric system in North Carolina.   

Permitting

If you are looking to open or expand a business in Greenville, or you are developing a site or building for an economic development project, the Office of Economic Development is ready to serve as a liaison between your company and the City of Greenville’s Planning Division, the Inspections Division, and other local regulatory officials. The good news is that the City of Greenville takes a fast, streamlined approach to planning, zoning, and building permit reviews!  

Vidant Health's mission is to improve the health and well-being for 1.4 million residents of eastern North Carolina. A recent illustration of our commitment to the community is the 418,000 square-foot-cancer center under construction. We look forward to continued collaboration on community and economic development efforts with the City of Greenville, as well as, other key partners. In addition to our commitment to eastern North Carolina, Vidant is focused on becoming the national model for rural health and wellness by creating a premier, trusted health care delivery and education system.