The Addressing/GIS Department is here to assist in the safety, health and well-being of all Granville County citizens. We want to ensure the ability of emergency response teams to quickly locate your residence and/or property. If an address is not properly marked and visible, there may be a delay in emergency services.
It is your responsibility to make sure your address is reflective and visible from from the roadway. If your mailbox is not in front of your residence, you should have at least 4” high reflective numbers on your house or at the driveway. If you do not receive mail at your residence, you still need to have your E-911 address on your house or at your driveway using at least 4” high numbers. The reflective numbers kits can be found at stores, such as Lowe’s Home Improvement, Home Depot and other hardware stores.
For more information, contact Sandy Woody (Addressing Coordinator) at (919)-692-1278.