City of Hartsville utility customers will see a couple of changes in their trash and recycling pickup schedules for the Thanksgiving holidays. The regular Thursday route will be collected Wednesday, Nov. 25, and the regular Friday route will be collected Monday, Nov. 30. For more information, contact Environmental Services at 843.383.3019.
Hartsville Fire Department’s Boots and Buckets fundraiser to bring many local families a Merry Christmas
Around the Hartsville area last year, 105 families facing difficulty providing Christmas gifts for their children received some help from the Hartsville Fire Department’s Boots and Buckets fundraiser, bringing a brighter holiday season to 215 children. Now, Hartsville shoppers will get another opportunity to contribute to this powerful community effort, as the Fire Department brings back the annual program the day after Thanksgiving.
Hartsville’s firefighters will collect donations beginning 8 a.m. Friday, Nov. 27 on Hartsville Crossing Boulevard, both at […]
With Thanksgiving rapidly approaching, the City of Hartsville Fire Department would like to remind everyone who will be cooking this year to be careful and never leave the stove unattended while in use.
Each year, nearly 4,300 fires in the United States occur on Thanksgiving Day causing 15 fatalities, about 50 injuries, and nearly $27 million in property damage. Of these fires, 1,450 are in residential structures that claim 15 lives, injure 41, and cause an estimated $21 million in […]
The document available at this link provides updated information on South Carolina’s Disaster Recovery Centers with their operational hours following flooding damage in early October.
By Natalie M. Zeigler
“Beautification” has become a word you’ll hear very often in circles of city management and community development, and for good reason. The way a community is seen dramatically impacts recruitment and retention of people and businesses alike. We know that cities which allow their physical upkeep to fade away are degrading their constituents’ hope for the future, inviting everything from increased crime to lost business development. Appearance, in other words, serves as a concrete investment.
Repaving of remaining City of Hartsville parking lot on East College Avenue scheduled to begin Monday, Nov. 16
Motorists in downtown Hartsville will see the next phase in East College Avenue infrastructure improvements begin on the morning of Monday, Nov. 16, as the parking lot between Sophia’s Pizzeria and the Arcade Barbershop closes to allow repaving work to begin. The work will continue through at least the following six weeks, subject to weather conditions. All other City of Hartsville downtown parking lots will remain open during this time.
The work comes as the next phase of the physical […]
Hartsville City Council will have a meeting Thursday, Nov. 10, 2015, 5:30 p.m. at Hartsville City Hall, 100 E. Carolina Ave. Click here for the meeting agenda.
City of Hartsville ends call for voluntary water usage restrictions after South Carolina downgraded to no drought status
After the S.C. Drought Response Committee determined on Oct. 30 that South Carolina’s drought status had ended as of Oct. 5, the City of Hartsville announced today that it is ending its call for voluntary reductions of water use.
In July, the City asked for is water customers to voluntarily reduce their water usage, a request required by Section 82-144 of City Code while Darlington County was in a moderate drought status. That call has officially ended now that the […]
After a significant increase in mosquito populations coming out of the heavy rains in October, City of Hartsville Streets and Grounds workers will spray throughout the City on the evening of Friday, Nov. 6. The department will then monitor local mosquito activity to determine if additional treatment is needed. For questions or concerns, please contact 843.383.3019.
Areas of standing water which are common after periods of strong precipitation provide breeding grounds for mosquitoes. The S.C. Department of Health and Environmental […]
The U.S. Small Business Administration announced the opening of a Business Recovery Center, Thursday, Oct. 29 to assist businesses in applying for low interest disaster loans. These loans are made available due to the SBA disaster declaration as a result of severe storms and flooding on Oct. 1-23, 2015 in South Carolina. Find out more here.