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Pitt County’s planning and zoning jurisdictions include all of the areas in the county that are not within the Extraterritorial Jurisdiction, or City Limits for each town. In this map Pitt County’s jurisdiction is shown in yellow.
Official Zoning Map
Pitt County adopted County Wide Zoning August 4, 2003 and the zoning became effective on November 3, 2003. The zoning jurisdiction (PDF) for Pitt County is all property in the county that is not within and town ETJ or City Limit.
Flood Hazard Areas
The Special Flood Hazard Areas became effective in January of 2004. The 100 year flood plain, or the 1% Annual Chance Flood was delineated for Pitt County After a series of hurricanes went through the area, causing catastrophic flooding.
2002 Comprehensive Land Use Plan
Pitt County's 2002 Comprehensive Land Use Plan (CLUP) (PDF) was adopted on April 15, 2002 and was amended on July 21, 2003. The map (PDF) is available to view. There are seven categories of goals for the CLUP:
- Community Services and Facilities
- Growth and Development
- Land Use
- Natural Environment
- Plan Implementation and Administration
2030 Future Land Use Plan
The 2030 Future Land Use Plan is the integral guide for development in Pitt County. The plan establishes specific goals and objectives for nine areas of concern within the County. The plan also provides a Future Land Use Map (PDF), which is consulted when reviewing proposed development plans, particularly zoning proposals.
Municipal Jurisdictional Maps
There are 10 municipalities in Pitt County including Greenville. Pitt County is responsible for E-911 addressing within the other nine municipalities.