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Any person, firm or organization conducting business in Greenville is required to purchase a license. This includes:
The city ordinance requires that the license must be obtained before transacting any business. For more information, contact the Revenue Department.
Checks are cut on the 10th, 20th and 30th of each month.
The Greenville Fire Department receives many requests for a Fire Department patch. Since these are purchased with city funds, we can not give these away and the department does not sell them. You may view and/or download a picture of the Greenville Fire Department patch (JPG).
To burn within the city limits of Greenville you should contact the Greenville Fire Department at 334-382-7183 to schedule a site visit.
You can obtain a copy of a fire report by coming by or calling Fire Station 1 or Fire Station 2.
You may come by or call Fire Station 1 or Fire Station 2 to obtain a copy of an ambulance report. The Greenville Fire Department is committed to protecting the privacy of protected health information under the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) act of 1996. You will be required to fill out all applicable paperwork to obtain a copy of your ambulance report.
The Custodian of Records can be contacted for request purposes at:P.O. Box 158 (Mailing)200 Cedar Street (Parcel)Greenville, AL 36037
All applicable HIPAA paperwork must be included with the request.
All applications must be submitted through The Alabama Career Center located at 117 West Commerce Street, Greenville, AL 36037.
No. We only accept employment applications for specific positions when the position is open and advertised. All applications must be submitted through The Alabama Career Center located at 117 West Commerce Street, Greenville, AL 36037.
The Greenville Parks and Recreation Department (GPRD) is a division of the City of Greenville. We provide recreational opportunities for youth ranging from baseball and softball to basketball.
Our offices are located at:1016 E Commerce StreetGreenville, AL 36037
Or you can call us at 334-382-3031.
Yes, we are. In spring and summer youth sports we participate in Dixie Baseball and Softball. In other sports, such as basketball and track and field, we take part in Alabama Recreation and Parks Association sponsored programs.
Children ages 4 and up can take part in some of our programs. However, eligibility does hinge on birthday guidelines established by such organizations as Dixie and ARPA. Check with our office to make certain your child is eligible for the league he or she wants to participate in.
On your initial visit, we will ask for a birth certificate that will remain on file as long as your child participates in Greenville Parks and Recreation Department (GPRD) programs. Each year you will need to update insurance information and provide us with shirt sizes for your child.
Each child must have insurance coverage before he or she can participate. If you don't have your own policy, we can provide (for a small fee) a policy through one of our affiliate organizations.
The registration fee is $35 for the first child and $25 for each additional child (living in the home)
In baseball and softball, your registration fee covers the cost of a cap and shirt. In basketball, shirts are provided.
Canceling games is something we don't like to do, so we wait until all doubt is removed before making that call. When a decision is made, we will post that information on our GPRD App. Download the app here:
We'd like to say it is, but because of rainouts and other unforeseen problems cancellations may occur. We do adjust the schedule from time to time for makeup games, etc. This information will be communicated through our app.
All reports are $15.00 per copy. The only forms of payment accepted are cash or money order.
Accident reports take 7 to 10 business days from the accident to process and a copy to be obtained.
To pay your traffic ticket, you will need to go to The Butler County Circuit Clerk's Office at 700 Court Square or call their office at 334-382-3521.
For community service, you will need to speak to The Chief of Police.
You may obtain an accident report once it has been processed, which takes 7-10 business days. You can either pick up a copy of the report in person at the Greenville Police Department during regular business hours or by sending in a written request, enclosing a self-addressed stamped envelope as well as a $15.00 money order to The Greenville Police Department, P.O. Box 158, Greenville, AL 36037.
No. We are unable to fax or email reports.
Yes. Anyone is allowed to obtain a report as long and they provide the information needed to obtain a report.
We are unable to file reports over the phone. You will need to speak directly to an officer by either coming to the police department during office hours or dialing 911 and have an officer come to you.
Yes. All reports for all parties involved are $15.00 per copy. The only forms of payment accepted are cash or money order.
No. We do not release copies of arrest reports.
You can either come to the police department during regular office hours to speak with an officer or dial 911 and have an officer come to you.
To obtain a restraining order, you must contact the office of the Butler County District Judge:
700 Courthouse Square
Report the traffic light outage to the Greenville Police Department at 334-382-7461, or online using the Action Center.
If you need to speak with an officer after office hours, you may contact Butler County E-911's non-emergency number at 334-382-9911.
No. We are unable to offer fingerprinting services.
After filing a police report and speaking with the officer, you will need to go to the Butler County Clerk's Office to sign a warrant. The Clerk's office is located at the Butler County Courthouse, 700 Court Square.
Report it to the Greenville Police Department at 334-382-7461, or online using the Action Center.
Call the Greenville Public Works Department at 334-382-8271, or report it online using the Action Center.