The Town of Pinetops....A Great Place to Live!

Only being able to see the tops of the pine trees from the train windows is how this vibrant community received its name. Founded in 1901 and incorporated in 1903 as a rail station, Pinetops became the intersection of commerce as businesses would use the rail system to transfer goods. Centrally located between Greenville, Wilson, and Rocky Mount, Pinetops offers a quick commute to metropolitan cities, lively businesses, heart-warming churches, and friendly people. Be sure to drop in the Centennial House, a museum displaying historical information, relics and photographs of the first 100 years of Pinetops.

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Governor Cooper's Executive Order 142 Extending the Suspension of Disconnections and Reconnect Fees

6/1/2020

Pursuant to Governor Roy Cooper’s Executive Order No. 142, the Town of Pinetops has EXTENDED the temporary suspension of the disconnection of delinquent residential utility accounts until July 29, 2020.  During this time, no new late penalties will be...

J. Vines Cobb Jr. Playground/Park Closing

3/25/2020

Effective today, 3/25/2020, J. Vines Cobb Jr. Park is closed until further notice. This is an effort to prevent the spread of COVID-19 in our community. Use of the playground during this time is forbidden any unauthorized use is at your own risk.

COVID-19- Town Hall Lobby Precautions!

3/24/2020

Effective 3/18/2020, the Town Hall Lobby is closed to the Public for in person services. 

Utility payments are still being accepted through the Online Payment method and through the Dropbox located on the Town Hall door. Please submit your payments (cash,...