Welcome to Pitt County, NC!
Pitt County is a rapidly growing, diversified employment and service center for eastern North Carolina. According to the United States Census, the total population of Pitt County is 168,148. There are approximately 256 people per square mile in Pitt County. The county's largest city, Greenville, has a population of 84,554. The total number of housing units in Pitt County is 70,041.
With relatively mild climate, Pitt County experiences all four seasons each year. The average summer temperature in Pitt County is 84 degrees Fahrenheit, while the average winter temperature is 44 degrees Fahrenheit. Each year, the area experiences an average 48.24 inches of rainfall. The growing season in Pitt County lasts a full 215 days annually.
Greenville is home to Pitt County Memorial Hospital one of four academic medical centers in North Carolina,it is the flagship hospital for University Health Systems of Eastern Carolina and serves as the teaching hospital for the Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University.
East Carolina University has served the people of North Carolina and the nation. From modest beginnings as a school for training teachers, ECU has grown to become an emerging national research university with an enrollment of nearly 28,000 students.
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