The City of Hartsville invites you to join a growing community movement to save an abandoned cemetery by participating in the Historic Marion Avenue Cemetery Preservation Workshop on September 23rd from 9am to noon. The workshop will be hosted by preservation experts and will begin with field demonstrations at the Marion Avenue Cemetery. The group will then move to City Hall for further discussions on mapping and documenting graves, introduction to preservation strategies, and review of future plans for […]
The City of Hartsville’s Parks and Recreation Department is sponsoring an event for local Pokemon enthusiasts of all ages, Pokemon Go in the Park! All Pokemon trainers are invited to wear their team colors each week at local parks and drop in on Tuesdays from 5-7pm. Each week a new park location will be picked and lures will be dropped at the location every 30 minutes. Free Gatorade will be provided for each registered player. Prizes will also be […]
Officers of the Hartsville Police Department will sit down for community discussions and coffee with local residents on Wednesday, September 21st from 8:30 to 11:00 a.m. at Middletown Apartments Community Room at 601 W Washington St. in Hartsville.
This meeting, part of the nationwide “Coffee with a Cop” effort, will give a time for residents to ask questions, discuss issues and learn more about the department’s work around Hartsville. All members of the community are welcome to take part in […]
Congratulations to Dana and Frankie Cassidy, the recipients of the Recycler of the Month Award for the month of July. The Cassidys reside on Wilson Drive. Frankie and Dana enjoy doing their part to help keep materials out of the local landfill by recycling weekly. As recipients of the award, Frankie and Dana also received a $25.00 gift certificate for use in the downtown Hartsville area. Congratulations to the Cassidys on their efforts to make a difference in our […]
By: Natalie M. Zeigler
Walking down Fifth Street or Carolina Ave, many can notice our bustling downtown with its many business owners, visitors, and residents. Tourism is booming and visitor traffic has increased. Our city is gleaming with pride after winning our second All-America City title- and it shows! Recently, it has been reported that there has been a 5.8% increase in Hospitality Tax funds and a 37.2% increase in Local Accommodations Tax funds. This investment by visitors and […]
After a successful close to the inaugural class, round two of the Business Builder Program will be launched this fall. Entrepreneurs who want to transform their ideas into established businesses face many challenges when turning their dreams into reality, not the least of which is financing. For those entrepreneurs who are facing difficulty obtaining traditional funding in creating or expanding an enterprise inside the City of Hartsville, a newly established program provides an opportunity for them to follow their […]
The Hartsville Police Department invites residents out for a celebration of community heroes, with plenty of fun family activities. Hartsville’s 2016 National Night Out will feature an evening full of free activities, free food, and a free movie showing of “Zootopia”. The event will begin Saturday, August 13th at 6:30 p.m. in Burry Park at 131 Cargill Way in Hartsville.
The evening’s activities will include musical hits for the whole family provided by DJ Rome, face painting, bubble fun provided […]
By: Natalie M. Zeigler
The City of Hartsville’s Environmental Services Department is composed of the hardworking staff whose job duties take them where most would not. These individuals work diligently every day to ensure that our streets, businesses, and homes are free of debris. I would like to take this opportunity to acknowledge the various issues with this service to our residents and why it is important for these issues to be addressed in order to provide a better […]