Project E-SAVE

E-SAVE stands for E-911 System Address Verification Enforcement, a program that saves lives.

History


Since the completion of the E-911 addressing project for greater Pitt County and the nine municipalities within it, planning staff has been working on an effort to verify every addressable structure in the E-911 addressing database within unincorporated Pitt County.
  • Project E-SAVE (E-911 System Address Verification and Enforcement) began in 2004 with the development of an audit-type database and Geographic Information System (GIS) mapping component that would help staff track progress of enforcing the address display program.

Current Status Map

Status map showing the Pitt County Area and where the E-SAVE project has been completed
  • In 2005, staff proceeded with the pilot project for an area located in the northeast quadrant of Pitt County. There were approximately 300 structures located within the project area. At first observation, address displays on 51% of the homes were out of compliance with Pitt County's Addressing Ordinance.
  • Several violation letters were mailed to the property owners concerning the lack of posted address numbers on the dwellings. At the end of the pilot project, less that 3% were still out of compliance. 

Current Statistics


Area
Date
Total
Inspections
  Percent Compliant
Legal Action
Needed

Pilot

July 2005 344 98.5 5
Area 3 March 2006 455 99.6 3
Area 2 October 2006 501 100 0
Area 1 April 2007 512 96.7 17
Area 4 June 2007 497 96.8 16
Area 11 July 2008 545 98.3 9
Area 13 August 2008 549

98.5

8
Northwest Acres April
2010
60

98.3

1
River Road Estates April
2010
44 100 0

Area 8

May
2010
526 98.1 10
Area 47 May
2010
391 97.7 9