ABOUT THE SEAL
Some have asked about the makeup of the Town Seal.
Each character has a meaning. The three human images represent Native Americans – one showing the reddish complexion and two silhouettes looking in opposite directions. The building represents the courthouse as Snow Hill is the county seat of Greene County.
The several small darker blue lines represent Contentnea Creek on whose banks Native Americans camped and called them “snowy white” which was translated into “snowy hills”; hence the popular name of Snow Hill. It was thought the seal should depict our heritage and history. The use of the Native Americans, the creek, and the courthouse seemed to be most appropriate in doing so.