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A Moment with the Manager – Fall for Hartsville Happenings

By: Natalie M. Zeigler
City Manger

When talking about the growth of Hartsville, having too much to do is a good problem to have. October starts one of the busiest seasons in the city. There is a lot to look forward to this month.

Tomorrow—October 14—is the Fall for Hartsville Farmers Market. A portion of East Carolina Avenue will be blocked off starting at 9am for a combined event featuring produce vendors, artisan crafts, and Loop Da Vile. Next week, Thursday, October […]

October 13th, 2017|News|Comments Off on A Moment with the Manager – Fall for Hartsville Happenings

City of Hartsville recognizes local Eagle Scout project, Lawton Park kayak dock

On Fri., Oct. 20, at 5:30 p.m., the City of Hartsville Parks and Recreation department will host a ribbon cutting event in recognition of the new kayak dock at Lawton Park. The project was organized and completed by Ryan Traver, Boy Scout Troop 523, as his Eagle Scout project.

“I’ve grown up in Hartsville, I love the city and the people here, and I wanted to do something that would benefit the community,” says Ryan Traver, “I’ve been kayaking and […]

October 6th, 2017|News|Comments Off on City of Hartsville recognizes local Eagle Scout project, Lawton Park kayak dock

A Moment with the Manager – Kind words from visitors

By: Natalie M. Zeigler
City Manger

It is often important to get an outside opinion, to receive a different perspective. Earlier this month, Mayor Mel Pennington received a note of thanks from a Elizabeth Reber. The letter is a reminder of what we do well as a community.

Dear Mr. Mayor — Recently, my mother, two children and our combined six dogs and one cat were evacuated from our homes on Hilton Head Island. As luck would have it, we found lodging in […]

September 29th, 2017|News|Comments Off on A Moment with the Manager – Kind words from visitors

Parks & Recreation 2017 6v6 Soccer Champions Crowned

Congratulations to the winners of the Hartsville Parks 7 Rec's 2017 6v6 soccer league!

September 21st, 2017|News, Parks and Recreation|Comments Off on Parks & Recreation 2017 6v6 Soccer Champions Crowned

Applications open for participation in the 2017 Hartsville Christmas Parade

Applications are now being accepted for the 2017 Hartsville Christmas Parade, scheduled for Sat., Dec. 9.  Businesses and registered non-profits are invited to participate and show their Hartsville Christmas spirit. Applications and information about the Hartsville Christmas Parade can be found online at hartsvillefortheholidays.com.

Applications to participate in this year’s parade will be accepted until Fri., Nov. 17 by 5p.m. Late applications will only be accepted until Mon., Nov. 27 by 5p.m. and will be subject to an additional $50.00 […]

September 19th, 2017|News|Comments Off on Applications open for participation in the 2017 Hartsville Christmas Parade

A Moment about Our Main Streets with Suzy Moyd

There has been dramatic change in downtown Hartsville. The sale of the movie theater and the projected closing of Rambo’s Shoes might make some apprehensive about the future of our city center. I chose to view these happens as part of a natural ebb and flow. Although it can be jarring to lose a beloved business and see another restructured, these happenings come with opportunities for positive development.

In 2016 we saw more than a dozen ribbon-cutting ceremonies in downtown […]

September 15th, 2017|News|Comments Off on A Moment about Our Main Streets with Suzy Moyd

City suspends trash collection services during Hurricane Irma

As the City continues to be cautious of the weather and wind predictions, crews will not collect trash on Monday, September 11.

Please secure bins during these conditions.

After the storm has cleared, bins can be placed curbside for pickup. Crews will be working to ensure that collection is back on schedule after the storm.

September 10th, 2017|News|Comments Off on City suspends trash collection services during Hurricane Irma

Hurricane Tip: Stay away from downed power lines

Duke Energy shares tips for staying safe during and after major storms like Hurricane Irma.

September 8th, 2017|News|Comments Off on Hurricane Tip: Stay away from downed power lines

Update on City of Hartsville storm preparations

Leaders from departments across the City of Hartsville are coordinating to prepare for Hurricane Irma and its potential impact. Here are the latest updates.

September 8th, 2017|News|Comments Off on Update on City of Hartsville storm preparations

Storm update from Hartsville Animal Control

Hartsville Animal Control informs that the Darlington County Animal Shelter can't take anymore animals during the storm. Volunteers are providing temporary safe housing, but more are needed.

September 8th, 2017|News|Comments Off on Storm update from Hartsville Animal Control