October 2019

GUC’s Intranet, MyGUC, has been running on SharePoint version 2010 for eight years. Earlier this year, Microsoft announced the end of life for SharePoint 2010 as well as their support for its server operating system. So what’s next for document sharing, announcements, and all...

Identifying and removing barriers to working safely is one of the tangible parts of the Lighthouse process. When we can “fix” something and make it work more safely, that is a win!

The small forklift at Stores is an example of a barrier that was removed recently.  During an...

Stores Warehouse Technician Leonard Haddock has recently retired after 22 years of service with Greenville Utilities. He spent his first 17 years as an Equipment Operator in Water Resources, and the last five years with Stores. As a Stores Warehouse Technician, he was responsible for...

A strong digital presence is one of the main strategic components for successful communications at any utility, and every day, Communications Specialist Erin Walton helps to create a perfect image of Greenville Utilities in a digital world.

Erin joined GUC’s Public...

Open Enrollment is November 1st-30th. It is very important that you review your current benefit selections and understand your benefit choices for 2020, and remember that our Human Resources team is here to help.

Employees—Enrollment will be done entirely online this year...

Service Awards

Tammy Warren / 20 Years

Tammy Warren, Systems Dispatcher II in the Electric Department,...

Public Power and Public Natural Gas Week is THIS week (Oct 7-11), and we’re celebrating the benefits of being a public utility in several fun ways!

Ice Cream for Customers!

New this year is an ice cream party for our customers at the Main Office and GUC Express!...

Preparedness & Safety Fair
Greenville Utilities attended the Preparedness and Safety Fair hosted by the Pitt County Health Department at Lowe’s Home Improvement Store on 10th Street. The event happened on Saturday, September 14th, just one week after Hurricane Dorian...

Site work and building construction are well underway at our new Operations Center on Highway 43. Site work, which began in March, is part of the process that prepares a site for vertical construction. This can include land grading, excavation, driveway/sidewalk installation, and some utilities...

After a quiet summer, the first week of September was a reminder that we were at the peak of hurricane season. Hurricane Dorian came up the east coast and through our service area on September 5th and 6th, forcing us to close administrative offices early on Thursday, and all day Friday to ensure...