A portion of the Jan. 12 trash pickups — the south side of West Home Avenue and Erwin Road — were missed because of an equipment failure. Pickups will occur on these streets tomorrow, Jan. 13, beginning at 6 a.m. Recycling routes were not missed and are not moved to Wednesday.
Hartsville City Council will have its regular meeting Tuesday, Jan. 12, 2016, 5:30 p.m. at Hartsville City Hall, 100 E. Carolina Ave.
Click here for the meeting agenda.
By Natalie M. Zeigler
For a year now, a planning document for the future of Historic Butler District, “South Hartsville Heritage Alive: A Neighborhood Revitalization Strategy” has informed the direction of the City of Hartsville’s initiatives in that part of town. The document, which you can find on our website, devoted a chapter to economic vitality, noting that neighborhood-oriented businesses bring needed jobs, energy and life to communities, but require meaningful access to capital and entrepreneurship training.
Because of these […]
Greta Godbey is the City of Hartsville’s Recycler of the Month for December 2015.
For years, she has sought to make sure that limited resources will be reused, she said, recycling paper, cans and bottles, and even maintaining a compost pile.
“If you reuse it, you don’t have to get new material out of the earth,” she said. “We have to think of our children, grandchildren, and great-great-great-great grandchildren, that they will still have something too.”
As the Recycler of the Month, […]
From downtown development to the Butler Historic District, 2015 was another year of significant progress for the City of Hartsville. These 10 stories from across the last 12 months highlight some of the efforts and projects taken on by the City in the past year.
1. South Hartsville Heritage Alive: A Neighborhood Revitalization Strategy
In January, a Community Planning Assistance Team brought together its research in the Butler Heritage District to create the planning document South Hartsville Heritage Alive: A Neighborhood […]
On the occasion of its 50th class reunion, Hartsville High School’s Class of 1965 has donated a new downtown sidewalk bench to the City of Hartsville.
Class committee member Brenda Newsome said the idea to provide the gift came when the committee realized that they had remaining funds after their reunion took place.
“We brainstormed about what to do with the funds,” Newsome said. “We wanted something memorable, like the ‘H’ on the former Hartsville High School campus, now the location […]
Below are the changes for all trash pickup schedule changes for 2016. Please note that this is for trash only, recycling will be collected on the regular day the following week.
For additional information, please contact Environmental Services at 843.383.3019.
New Year’s Day: Fri., Jan. 1 moved to Thurs., Dec. 31, 2015
Martin Luther King, Jr. Day: Mon., Jan. 18 moved to Tues., Jan. 29
Presidents’ Day: Mon., Feb. 15 moved to Tues., Feb. 16
Good Friday: Fri., Mar. 25 moved to Thurs., Mar. […]
By Natalie M. Zeigler
Earlier this week, when downtown development organization Main Street Hartsville organized a ribbon cutting at Retrofit sip-n-seat, a specialized wine bar and upcycled furniture shop located on Mantissa Row when Mayor Mel Pennington joked that downtown ribbon cuttings are nearly happening on a weekly basis now. We have seen, looking back to January, 14 new businesses opened in the downtown district, many of them in the back half of this year. This count includes new […]
City of Hartsville business license renewal forms are expected to be sent out to in-city businesses in February 2016, later than they have been sent in previous years, after an upcoming Hartsville City Council meeting in which Council may determine the new due date for the forms.
City Council has approved on first reading Ordinance 4226, which would modify the portion of City of Hartsville Code governing the Business License Program and move the due date for business license renewals […]
Several of the City of Hartsville’s trash and recycling pickups will move from their normal days to a new day during the Christmas and New Years holidays. The changes will be as follows:
Christmas Eve: Thurs. Dec. 24 moved to Tues. Dec. 22
Christmas Day: Fri., Dec. 25 moved to Wed., Dec. 23
Monday After Christmas: Mon., Dec. 28 moved to Tues., Dec. 29
New Year’s Day: Friday, Jan. 1 moved to Thurs., Dec. 31