About This Site


Phase 1 of the Pitt County Web Site was officially dedicated to public service during County Government Week, April 21-27, 1996.  The current iteration of this site went live on June 10, 2016.


The current version of this site was developed by CivicPlus®. Content is managed by the Public Information Office, with assistance provided by the staff of Pitt County Government. Web applications linked from this site were developed by Pitt County Government and other vendors. Updates happen at different intervals, but at least some content is updated on a regular basis

Technical Details

It is the goal of the County to provide electronic information via the website to all citizens, regardless of computer platform, operating system, or browser. We attempt to present data in a format that is reasonably attainable to all citizens. However, due to the amount of resources available, we must set a minimum standard that will be supported. As a result, some content may not be displayed as originally intended, but should still be viewable by any modern web browser.

Currently supported browsers and devices:

Internet Explorer: IE10 + latest version
Firefox: Latest version
Chrome: Latest version
Safari: Not supported

Internet Explorer: Not supported
Firefox: Not supported
Chrome: Not supported
Safari: Latest Version

Mobile (front-end only)
iOS: Native browser only - iOS 7.1.2/8.1.3
Android: Native browser only - Android 4.1 - 4.4

PDF Files

The Pitt County Web Site makes use of documents in Portable Document Format (PDF). This is a cross-platform format, and therefore all citizens with computers should be able to view these documents. Many operating systems will display PDFs natively with no additional software. If you need a viewer, you can download the free Adobe Reader here

External Links

External links are provided as a public service. A link to an external site does not imply an endorsement by Pitt County Government. Pitt County Government has no control over content on any linked sites. Please report any broken links to the Public Information Office.