Communications and Marketing


The Communications and Marketing Department is responsible for growing and building a strategic communication plan that provides a framework for the organization to enhance two-way communication, improve internal and external relationships, and encourage participation in building and marketing this great city.

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Linemen from Greenville Utilities, City of Wilson and River City Construction are working hard with Town of Edenton Linemen to install 9 new utility poles that snapped and took lines down on NC 32 S n…

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About 2,000 people die each year in household fires in the U.S. and the majority of those people were asleep when the fires began, research shows. In about 2/3rds of fatal fires, the houses either didn’t have smoke alarms or those alarms weren’t working.

This Saturday firefighters across North Carolina will be canvassing to make sure that homes have working smoke alarms. Make their jobs easier and protect your family — test your alarms this week and then set a reminder to do it every month.

Life Safety Educator Shauna Allen at Wilson Fire/Rescue Services would be glad to talk to anyone about smoke alarms.Call her at 252-399-2841. See MoreSee Less

About 2,000 people die each year in household fires in the U.S. and the majority of those people were asleep when the fires began, research shows. In about 2/3rds of fatal fires, the houses either didnt have smoke alarms or those alarms werent working.

This Saturday firefighters across North Carolina will be canvassing to make sure that homes have working smoke alarms. Make their jobs easier and protect your family -- test your alarms this week and then set a reminder to do it every month.

 Life Safety Educator Shauna Allen at Wilson Fire/Rescue Services would be glad to talk to anyone about smoke alarms.Call her at 252-399-2841.