For the past few weeks, we have been working with Duke Energy on upgrades to our point of delivery station.  You have received notices each time the work progressed to a point at which an interruption of your electric service may have occurred.   Because the work is nearing its completion, we are notifying you again of an expected Duke Energy outage early Saturday, June the 29th at approximately 2 a.m.  The outage is expected to last until 5:00 a.m.  Please make preparations as you have in the past for scheduled outages and we ask that you share this information with your neighbors.  Thank you.


“DRAFT” 2045 Metropolitan Transportation Plan (MTP) for The Greenville Urban Area Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO)

The Greenville Urban Area Metropolitan Planning Organization (GUAMPO) “Draft” 2045 Metropolitan Transportation Plan (MTP) is available for public review and comment.  The MTP establishes and implements transportation improvement strategies, policies and projects for the Greenville Urbanized Area (Greenville, Winterville, Ayden, Simpson and apportion of Pitt County) through the horizon year of 2045.  This plan is developed to address the transportation needs of the region to facilitate development of a safe, reliable and efficient transportation network that supports all modes of transportation equally. The MTP is federally required to be updated every five years and is developed utilizing various data sources and public input.

The Greenville Urban Area Metropolitan Planning Organization (GUAMPO) is a regional, multi-jurisdictional agency tasked with transportation planning and programming for the expenditure of state and federal transportation funds.  The MPO is mandated by Federal and State law to provide a continuing, cooperative and comprehensive transportation planning process in order for federal and state transportation funds to be spent in the Greenville Urbanized Area. 

The “Draft” 2045 Metropolitan Transportation Plan (MTP) is available for review at the Greenville Public Works Facility, 1500 Beatty Street.  It may also be viewed on the Greenville Urban Area MPO web page under the Engineering Division-Public Works Department of the City of Greenville’s web site.  Written comments will be accepted for no less than 30 calendar days beginning May 31, 2019.  Comments may be mailed to: The Greenville Urban Area MPO, 1500 Beatty Street, Greenville, NC 27834; faxed to (252) 329-4535; or e-mailed to Mr. Ryan Purtle, Transportation Planner at Rpurtle@greenvillenc.gov.

“The Greenville Urban Area Metropolitan Planning Organization operates without regard to race, color, national origin, limited English proficiency, sex, age or disability. For more information on our Title VI program, or for how to file a discrimination complaint, please contact 252-329-4476 or by email at RPurtle@greenvillenc.gov.”

Website: https://www.greenvillenc.gov/government/public-works/engineering/greenville-urban-area-metropolitan-planning-organization

 Document: https://www.greenvillenc.gov/home/showdocument?id=18632


FY 19-20 Proposed Budget
Capital Improvement Plan

The Town of Ayden Arts & Recreation Commission’s meeting scheduled for June 27th has been moved to June 26th at 6:30pm.

2018 Town of Ayden Water Quality Report (CCR) available for viewing here.

Town of Ayden Featured On National T.V.

The Town of Ayden is proud to announce that it has been featured on national television on The Discovery Channel. The Town appeared on Viewpoints with Terry Bradshaw and is recognized as being "One of America's Best Small Communities to Raise a Family."

Ayden officials had previously been contacted by United States Media Television, Inc., a television show production company based in Florida, about being featured in a short documentary about the Town and its charming qualities. The segment featuring the Town appeared on the Discovery Channel on August 2, 2013 and will continue to appear throughout 15 major markets across the southeast and Atlantic of the United States.

Below is the segment featuring the Town of Ayden. It can be viewed via the Town's website or via YouTube. READ MORE >>