Updates on storms during hurricane season.
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.
Duke Energy shares tips for staying safe during and after major storms like Hurricane Irma.
Leaders from departments across the City of Hartsville are coordinating to prepare for Hurricane Irma and its potential impact. Here are the latest updates.
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.
The Hartsville Fire Department has put together information that can help you keep your family safe during a hurricane.
Recommendations include creating a emergency plan and kit and signing up for updates via the City’s CodeRed notification service. Click below for all the details and latest recommendations from the Fire Department.
In our hurricane preparedness mindset, if you are a business or residence within the Hartsville City Limits, and feel the need for sandbags, they are now available at the Hartsville Fire Department, located at 111 7th Street.
Contact 843.383.3000 for more information about bag limits and location of sand.