Community Links
Links to the City of Greenville and Hunt County Governing Agencies, Financial, Health,  Points of Interest and MORE!

Areas Served: Caddo Mills, Campbell, Celeste, Commerce, Cumby, Emory, Farmersville, Fate, Floyd, Greenville, Heath, Lone Oak, McLendon Chisholm, Quinlan, Royse City, Rockwall, Rowlett, Terrell, Union Valley, West and East Tawakoni, Wolfe City!!
Community Links
Hunt County and Greenville Governing Agencies:
Hunt County: Hunt County is located in northeast Texas and incorporates 840 square miles of the Blackland Prairie region of the state. Greenville, the county seat and the largest city, is located 51 miles northeast of Dallas on Interstate Highway 30.

Hunt County Appraisal District: Within this site you will find general information about the District and the ad valorem property tax system in Texas, as well as information regarding specific properties within the district.

Hunt County Tax Office: The Tax Assessor-Collector of Hunt County collects for all of the twenty-three taxing jurisdictions within the county.

GEUS - Greenville Electric Utility System: Providing Greenville, Texas Reliable Electricity, Cable TV and Internet Service.

City of Greenville: The City of Greenville, Texas is committed to offering its citizens, businesses and visitors an enlightening and engaging Website. Our site contains a wealth of information on City Services, Government, Business and Tourism.

Greenville Texas - Economic Development Corporation: Grow your business in forward-looking Greenville, Texas, a city that's already home to eight Fortune 500 companies. Build your company in a family-oriented community with a strong work ethic. Take advantage of our energetic leadership in promoting economic growth as we encourage and assist companies relocating or expanding to our city.

City of Commerce Texas:  Home of Texas A&M University - Commerce and the Northeast Texas Children's Museum.  Comfort, convenience and security in a wonderful small-town environment. "A great place to live, work, play and educate!"


Financial Institutions Hunt County and Greenville:
American National Bank of Texas: Established in 1875, is one of the oldest independently owned banks in Texas, with assets exceeding $1.85 billion. With 36 locations throughout North Texas, the bank has offices in Collin, Dallas, Hunt, Johnson, Kaufman, Rockwall, Tarrant, and Van Zandt counties.


Service Providers and Publications Hunt County and Greenville:
Herald Banner:  The Herald-Banner is Hunt County's oldest business institution, tracing its roots to April 1869 when J.C. Bayne started the Greenville Herald.

Greenville Chamber of Commerce:  Greenville is a great place to visit - and a great place to live! Check our links for information about tourism, relocation and business opportunities.


Education and Health  Services - Hunt County and Greenville:
Hunt County Independent School Districts: Bland ISD, Boles ISD, Caddo Mills ISD, Campbell ISD, Celeste ISD, Commerce ISD, Cumby ISD, Greenville ISD, Lone Oak ISD, Quinlan ISD, Wolfe City ISD.

Mineral Heights Christian Academy: The mission of Mineral Heights Christian Academy is to provide an education through which Christian parents can fulfill their responsibility to "Train up a child in the way he should go." (Proverbs 22:6).

Greenville Christian School: Our purpose is to love and honor God by providing the children of Christian families with a Christ-centered education that promotes biblical principles, academic excellence, and lifetime service to God and man.

Paris Junior College: The Official Web Site of Paris Junior College, Paris, Texas.

Texas A&M University-Commerce: Texas A&M University-Commerce is a four year university offering more than one hundred courses of study from 26 academic departments.

Hunt Memorial Hospital District:  Presbyterian Hospitals of Greenville and Commerce, Texas. A resource for Doctor referrals, health links and an overview of our health care facilities and services.


Civic and Community Enhancement Groups Hunt County and Greenville:
Greenville Texas Habitat for Humanity: Habitat for Humanity is a nonprofit, ecumenical Christian housing ministry. HFH seeks to eliminate poverty housing and homelessness from the world and seeks to make decent shelter a matter of conscience and action. Habitat invites people of all backgrounds, races and religions to build houses together in partnership with families in need.

Keep Greenville Beautiful: "To empower Greenville Citizens, through education, to take responsibility for enhancing their community environment."

Living In Greenville, TX - Greenville Livability Score: "Discover what it's like living in Greenville, TX with the AreaVibes Livability Score. Find out where to live in and near Greenville."


Real Estate Finance, Inspections and Insurance Agencies - Hunt County and Greenville:
Texas Veteran Land Board: The tradition of rewarding veterans with land as thanks for their military service began in the days of the Republic of Texas. While today we can no longer give land to veterans, we continue the tradition by offering them low interest loans for land, homes and home improvements all at no cost to the taxpayer.

Texas Real Estate Commission: The mission of the Texas Real Estate Commission is to assist and protect consumers of real estate services, thereby fostering economic growth in Texas. Through its programs of education, licensing and industry regulation, the Commission ensures the availability of capable and honest real estate service providers.


Links of Interest - Greenville Texas:
Greenville Texas Main Street: Downtown Greenville, Texas is a treasure trove of eclectic riches! Visit us for a fun filed day of shopping!

Greenville Entertainment Series: Home for the Greenville Entertainment Series and the Dallas Symphony Orchestra Series in Greenville, Texas.

Dallas Symphony Orchestra Series in Greenville: The Dallas Symphony Orchestra Series in Greenville organization has hosted the DSO's extraordinary musical performances for the people of Northeast Texas since 1974. We are a non-profit organization, run entirely by dedicated volunteers who love music. The Dallas Symphony Orchestra Series in Greenville is funded by contributions from the F. L. Young Foundation and a host of other generous patrons, as well as season subscriptions from music lovers like you

The Connection - A transportation service for families in Hunt and Rockwell Counties - Texas: The Connection, operated by the Hunt County Committee on Aging, is a transportation service for all residents of Greenville, Rockwall, Hunt County, and Rockwall County, Texas. HCCOA provides nutrition and social services aimed at enhancing the overall quality of life while assisting seniors to remain independent.

DrugFree Greenville- A community based drug prevention group in Greenville Texas: The mission of DrugFree Greenville is to increase awareness of substance abuse; to encourage an environment that will not tolerate a diminished quality of life due to substance abuse; and to serve as a catalyst for community partnerships working toward this end.

Hunt County QuickFacts from the US Census Bureau: The Census Bureau Web Site provides on-line access to our data, publications, and products.

The Greenville Municipal Airport: The Greenville Municipal Airport, "Majors Field" serves the citizens of Greenville and the surrounding communities by supplying local service for private and charter aircraft. The airport is located at 101 Majors Road.

The Audie Murphy-American Cotton Museum: The Audie Murphy-American Cotton Museum is dedicated to the preservation of the accomplishments of Audie Murphy and the history of the American cotton industry, as well as the history of Hunt County, Texas and the northern Texas Blackland Prairie.

Hunt County Historic Commission: We invite you to visit historical sites and events in Hunt County.


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