The City of Hartsville’s boards, committees and commissions operate with a variety of volunteers appointed by City Council. Some boards, committees and commissions require City of Hartsville residency.
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Volunteers Needed to Serve on Committees for the City of Hartsville
The City of Hartsville is looking for individuals who are interested in making our community a great place to live and work. Applications may be submitted online or can be completed in the City Clerk’s office, 1st floor of City Hall, Monday through Friday. Applications are accepted year-round, though vacancies are not always available.
As of July 2018, we currently have vacancies in the Airport Advisory Board and the Parks Committee.
Boards, committees and commissions
Airport Advisory Board
Acts as a study group to find ways to operate the airport in an efficient and successful manner, which will assist in the economic development of the community.
Architectural Review Board
Reviews plans for construction and demolitions to ensure the level of quality of all projects within the Design Overlay, B-1, and Historic Districts. Reviews and recommends to city council historic properties designations. Continuing education requirements provided by City.
Board of Appeals Regarding Technical Code Enforcement
Established to hear appeals concerning building code decisions made by the City Building Code Official. Continuing education requirements provided by City.
Housing Authority of Hartsville Commission
A policy making commission which facilitates public and/or Section 8 housing to benefit low income individuals and families in the Hartsville area.
Local Hospitality Tax Advisory Committee
Responsible for making recommendations to City Council for allocation of local hospitality tax funds. Membership is Lodging (2), Restaurant/visitor attraction (2), cultural (1), and at-large (2).
Works closely with the City and Museum staff members to promote and effectively manage the activities of the Hartsville Museum and The Edition.
Parking, Beautification and Business Improvement Commission
This “body politic” commission has authority to levy fees to purchase, improve and maintain properties in their boundaries, including parking lots in the downtown area. Must be a business or property owner within the PBBIC boundaries.
Acts as a study group to find ways to operate the parks in an efficient and successful manner, enhancing the natural beauty and recreational opportunities of the community. Applicants must be City residents.
Pee Dee Regional Transportation Authority Board
Responsible for providing Public Transportation to the greater Pee Dee area.
Responsible for a continuing planning program for the physical, social, and economic growth, development, and redevelopment of the city. Continuing education requirements provided City. Applicants must be City residents.
State-Local Accommodation Tax Advisory Committee
Responsible for making recommendations to City Council for allocation of State-Local Accommodations Tax funds. Lodging (2), Restaurant/visitor attraction (2), cultural (1), and at-large (2).
Zoning Board of Appeals
Established to hear appeals concerning the city zoning regulations. Continuing education requirements provided by City. Applicants must be City residents.