Community Profile

The following data is provided to assist Site Selectors, Corporate Real Estate Executives, company representatives and existing businesses seeking comprehensive information to evaluate Greenville as a potential site for business expansion or relocation projects.

Demographics

The following data is provided to assist Site Selectors, Corporate Real Estate Executives, company representatives and existing businesses seeking comprehensive information to evaluate Greenville as a potential site for business expansion or relocation projects.

Local Workforce

2010 Est Pop Age 16+ by Employment Status
  Greenville, TX Hunt County
Employment Status Total 20,134 % Total 66,569 %
In Armed Forces 62 .31% 76 .11%
Civilian – Employed 11,452 56.88% 38,778 58.25%
Civilian – Unemployed 609 3.02% 2,268 3.41%
Note in Labor Force 8,011 39.79% 25,447 38.23%
Source:  Claritas Demographic Snapshot 2010 Report 09/16/10

 


2010 Est Pop 16+ by Occupation Classification
  Greenville, TX Hunt County
Occupation Classification Total 11,649 % Total 39,147 %
Blue Collar 3,152 27.06% 11,511 29.40%
White Collar 5,989 51.41 20,298 51.85%
Service and Farm 2,508 21.53% 7,338 18.74%
Source:  Claritas Demographic Snapshot 2010 Report 09/16/10

 


2010 Est Civilian Employed Pop 16+ by Occupation
  Greenville, TX Hunt County
Occupation Total 11,649 % Total 39,147 %
Architect/Engineer 376 3.23% 1,034 2.64%
Arts/Entertain/Sports 78 .67% 281 .72%
Building Grounds Maint 618 5.31% 1,651 4.22%
Business/Financial Ops 361 3.10% 1,053 2.69%
Community/Soc Svcs 165 1.42% 461 1.18%
Computer/Mathematical 251 2.15% 618 1.58%
Construction/Extraction 745 6.40% 3,290 8.40%
Edu/Training/Library 710 6.09% 2,451 6.26%
Farm/Fish/Forestry 31 .27% 219 .56%
Food Prep/Serving 837 7.19% 2,232 5.70%
Health Practitioner/Tec 456 3.91% 1,650 4.21%
Healthcare Support 451 3.87% 1,532 3.91%
Maintenance Repair 401 3.44% 1,687 4.31%
Legal 125 1.07% 266 .68%
Life/Phys/Soc Science 58 .50% 116 .30%
Management 763 6.55% 3,142 8.03%
Office/Admin Support 1,457 12.25% 5,078 12.97%
Production 1,197 10.28% 3,576 9.13%
Protective Svcs 293 2.52% 949 2.42%
Sales/Related 1,219 10.46% 4,148 10.60%
Personal Care/Svc 278 2.39% 755 1.93%
Transportation/Moving 809 6.94% 2,958 7.56%
Source:  Claritas Demographic Snapshot 2010 Report 09/16/10



2010 Est Workers Age 16+ by Travel Time to Work
Drive Time Greenville, TX Hunt County
Less than 15 Minutes 5,401 11,515
15 – 29 Minutes 3,213 11,423
30 – 44 Minutes 760 4,488
45 – 59 Minutes 628 3,206
60 or more Minutes 1,190 6,801
Source:  Claritas Demographic Snapshot 2010 Report 09/16/10

Taxes

Local Taxation

Local Property Tax Rates – Adopted Rates for 2013 (Applicable to Real & Personal Property and Inventory)
Taxing Entity Tax Rate per $100
City of Greenville $.6990
Greenville ISD $1.348210
Hunt County $.532469
Hunt Memorial Hospital $.243
   Total Combined Tax Rate $2.822679
Source:  Hunt County Tax Office

 

Local Sales Tax Rates
City County State
1.5% .50% 6.25%
Total Sales Tax Rate:  8.25%
Source:  Texas State Comptroller

 State Taxation

State Property Tax Texas has no state property tax
State Income Tax Texas has no state personal income tax
Corporate Franchise Tax Incorporated business chartered and authorized to do business in Texas are subject to the state franchise tax.  Corporations are generally taxed at a rate of 1% of revenue margin based on the lease of (1) total revenue minus cost of goods sold, (2) total revenue minus compensation, or (3) total revenue times 70 percent.   For entities engaged in retail and wholesale trade, the tax rate is .5%.  Visit the Texas State Comptrollers Office at http://www.window.state.tx.us/ for more information.
Government
City of Greenville Governmental Structure
Mayor & City Council The Greenville City Council is comprised of a Mayor elected at-large and six single-member district Council members who are elected for three-year terms to represent the citizens of the City of Greenville.
Council-Manager form of Government The City Charter of Greenville provides for a Council-Manager form of local government. The Mayor and Council members function as the policy-making body of the City's government, determining the overall goals, objectives, and direction for city services, and adopting the annual operating budgets for all City Departments.
City Manager As the chief executive officer appointed by the City Council, the City Manager is responsible for implementing of the policies and laws approved by the City Council, overseeing the City’s annual budget, and facilitating the completion of strategic priorities, projects, and initiatives directed by the City Council.
Source:  City of Greenville

 

City Facts
County Hunt
Population 2010 Census 25,557
Area 35 square miles
Miles of streets 190 miles
Fire Protection (ISO) PPC Rating of 3
Number of Fire Stations 4
Number of Firefighters 51
Number of Police Stations 1
Number of Police Officers 51
Building Permits Issued in 2009  
   Commercial 78
   Residential 111
Major Employers
Major Employers
Company Name Product Employment
L-3 Communications Integrated Systems Aircraft Systems Integration 6500
McKesson Medical Backoffice Support 500
Cytec Engineered Materials Specialty Composite Materials 350
Weatherford International Oil Production Systems 300
Raytheon Backoffice Support 200
Masonite Int’l Corp Wood Doors Manufacturer 300
WestRock Co. Specialty Paperboard Containers 125
Innovations First International Electronics & Robotics Systems 200
Texas Book Co Wholesale Textbook Distribution 125
Fritz Industries Oilfield Products 15
OmniSYS Healthcare Backoffice Support 115
CNH Industrial Agriculture Equipment Distribution 90
AB Mauri Food Products 35
Atrium Extrusion Systems Window Framing Products 30
Jarden Corporation Household Firelogs 30
FSTI Bleach 40
Total Equipment and Services Oil & Gas Industry Services 30
International Grain and Cereal Corn Flour  50
New Phoenix Metals Metal Fabrication 20
QMF Steel Steel Manufacturing 30
Education

Secondary Level

 

The Greenville ISD is noted for its ability to produce creative, problem solving graduates. Students are provided an opportunity to participate in educational paths designed for their particular area of interest, including college preparation courses. A wide range of special programs are available and designed to meet the collective and individual needs of all students.  


Greenville Independent School District
Enrollment (Oct 2009) 4,956
Campuses Elementary (5) Sixth Grade Center (1) Middle School (1) High School (1) Alternative Learning Center (1) Early Childhood Center (1)
Special High School Programs
Pre-AP/AP programs
Growing dual credit program
Foreign language competition
National Honor Society
UIL academic competitions
Fine Arts competitions
Academic Decathlon
Destination Imagination
Robotics
Tech-Prep Programs
Independent Study Mentorship
Close-UP
Skills USA
Upward Bound
Texas Scholars
Superintendent Scholars
Future Farmers of America
Peer Assisted Leadership
Service Learning
Crimestoppers
Web-Mastering
Career Connections
Horticulture & Floral Design
Source:  Texas Education Association (TEA) & GISD

   


Other Secondary Schools (Private)
The Greenville Christian School
Phoenix School
Mineral Heights Christian Academy
St. Paul’s Episcopal School

 

Higher Educational Institutions


Educational Institutions
Paris Junior College Greenville Campus
Located in Greenville
Approximately 1,200 Students
Two-year institution
Basic college-level courses
Technical & occupational programs
Two-year Associate Degree
Credits transferrable to four-year institution
Texas A&M University Commerce Located 18 miles from Greenville Total enrollment 10,000 (Fall 2010) Four-year institution Bachelor Degree Programs Masters Degree Programs Doctoral Degree Programs

 

Climate

Greenville, Texas – Annual Weather Statistics
Average Temperature
Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Ann’l
44 47 55 64 71 80 84 84 78 66 54 45 64
Average High Temperature
Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Ann’l
55 58 67 75 82 91 95 96 90 79 66 56 76
Average Low Temperature
Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Ann’l
33 36 44 53 61 69 73 72 66 54 43 35 53
Average Precipitation
Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Ann’l
2.6 2.8 3.2 4.7 5.2 3.7 3.2 2.5 2.9 3.3 3.1 3.1 40.2
Average Number of Rainy Days
Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Ann’l
5.6 5.8 6.3 7.1 7.2 6.4 5.9 4.9 4.8 5.4 5.1 6.3 70.8
Average Number of Days Above 90F
Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Ann’l
        4.8 18 26.3 28.5 16.2       93.6
Average Number of Days Below 32F
Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Ann’l
10.3 4.6 2.7               1.3 8 26.9
Average Relative Humidity (%)
Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Ann’l
75 74 72 70 74 73 69 60 67 66 69 79 71
                         
Source:  Weatherbase.com & Weatherreports.com
Quality of Life

Greenville has something for everyone – whether it’s pursuing an interest in family history, fine art, music, sports, or participating in a multitude of community activities and events – it can be found in Greenville. Visit the Greenville Chamber of Commerce Convention & Tourist Bureau at http://www.greenville-chamber.org/index.html to learn more about the multitude of cultural and entertainment opportunities.

Attractions

  • Audie Murphy American Cotton Museum
  • Audie Murphy Exhibit
  • Monty Stratton Exhibit
  • Historic Downtown Greenville
  • Farmers Market
  • Heritage Garden
  • Genealogy Room
  • Mary of Puddin Hill Store
  • Peace Garden
  • Mathews Prairie Nature Preserve
  • Historical Markers
  • Northeast Texas History & Genealogy Center

Downtown Greenville

Greenville boasts a Historic Downtown area. Designated a National Main Street City in 2002, Downtown Greenville offers a variety of unique shopping and dining experiences.

  • Antiques
  • Upscale fashion
  • Gifts
  • Saddle Shop
  • Wineries
  • Farmers Market
  • Eateries
  • Live Music Events

To learn more about Downtown Greenville, visit Friends of Main Street

Entertainment

  • Festival Symphony Series featuring the Dallas Symphony Orchestra
  • Greenville Entertainment Series
  • Kenneth Threadgill Entertainment Series
  • Theater productions by Texas A&M – Commerce Drama Department
  • Downtown Greenville live music venues

Healthcare

Hunt Regional Medical Center at Greenville, a part of the Hunt Memorial Hospital District, provides state-of-the-art medical care for Greenville, Hunt County and surrounding areas. A new $25M wing houses a comprehensive cancer treatment center, intensive care unit, heart monitoring & medical patient rooms, expanded cafeteria services, medical offices and conference rooms.

Hospital services include:

  • Complete Surgery Center
  • Level III trauma/emergency center
  • Lighted helipad for emergency transfers
  • Diagnostic imaging including a 64-slice CT scanner
  • Intensive care
  • Cardiac rehabilitation
  • Transitional care units
  • Sleep disorder clinic
  • Full laboratory services
  • Maternity center
  • Emergency Medical Service (ambulance)
  • Wound Care Center

Hunt Regional Medial Center also offers:

  • Rehabilitation and Fitness Center
  • Community Education Programs
  • Nutritional Counseling
  • Home Heal Care
  • Mental Health Programs for Seniors
  • Occupational Health Services for Businesses

Community Events

  • Native American Pow Wow
  • Spring Home & Garden Show
  • Antique Car Swap
  • Bunny Hop Easter Tour
  • Appetite Alley
  • Downtown Blooms
  • Saturday Market Days
  • Spring Garden Tour
  • Greenville Airport Fly-In and Aviation Expo
  • Cinco de Mayo
  • Hunt County Fair
  • Audie Murphy Days
  • Juneteenth
  • July 4
  • Rally 'Round Greenville
  • Cotton Patch Classic Bike Rally & Race
  • Follies
  • Halloween on the Square
  • Business Expo
  • Oktoberfest
  • Christmas events