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Where is Pitt County, North Carolina?

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Pitt County is a county equivalent area found in North Carolina, USA. The county government of Pitt is found in the county seat of Greenville.

With a total 1,695.99 sq. km of land and water area, Pitt County, North Carolina is the 1560th largest county equivalent area in the United States. Home to 175,354 people, Pitt County has a total 75934 households earning 40718 on average per year.

Pitt County, North Carolina - Quick Facts

FIPS Code 37147
Area Codes 252
Time Zone EST
Major Cities Greenville (population: 111,539), Winterville (population: 24,020), Ayden (population: 10,605), Farmville (population: 9,283), Grifton (population: 7,429), Grimesland (population: 6,048), Bethel (population: 2,651), Stokes (population: 1,315), Simpson (population: 319), Falkland (population: 33)
Land Area 67,705 sq miles
Water Area 652 sq miles
Household Income $40,718
Housing Units 75,934
Median Home Value $134,900
High School Grads 86% of population
Holders of Bachelors Degrees 28% of population
Retail Spending $14,302 per capita
Food & Accomodation Sales $293,539 per capita
Universities and Colleges East Carolina University, Mitchells Hairstyling Academy, Pitt Community College

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This page was last updated on June 30, 2016.