Pitt County, county in North Carolina, United States. As of 2020 county had an estimated population of 182,924 inhabitants. The county was created 262 years ago in 1760. Its county seat is "Greenville".
There are 10 city/town in Pitt County, NC. The largest city of Pitt County is Greenville with a population of 94,779. Other cities include, City of Greenville population 84,554, Winterville population 10,132, Ayden population 5,159, Farmville population 4,758
Cities, Towns, Neighborhoods & Other Populated Places in Pitt County.
|Ayden||City in Pitt County, North Carolina, United States of America||Pitt||5,159|
|Bethel||Town in Pitt County, North Carolina, USA||Pitt||1,620|
|City of Greenville||City in North Carolina, United States||Pitt||84,554|
|Falkland||Human settlement in Pitt County, North Carolina, United States of America||Pitt||98|
|Farmville||Town in Pitt County, North Carolina||Pitt||4,758|
|Greenville||County seat of Greenville County, South Carolina, United States||Pitt||94,779|
|Grimesland||Township in Pitt County, North Carolina||Pitt||441|
|Simpson||Village in North Carolina, United States||Pitt||483|
|Winterville||City in Clarke County, Georgia, United States of America||Pitt||10,132|