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Public Notice

The City of Orangeburg will observe Wednesday, December 24, 2014, and Thursday, December 25, 2014, as Christmas holidays.  All offices will be closed; however, the Public Safety Department will be on duty.  Hillcrest Golf Course and the Municipal Airport will be closed Christmas Day only.

No change in sanitation services on Wednesday, December 24, 2014, Christmas Eve. There will be no sanitation services on Thursday, December 25, 2014, Christmas Day. The Thursday, December 25th sanitation service will be on Friday, December 26, 2014.


Online Payments

For your convenience, you can now pay Property TaxesFire ContractsFire Service Fees, Traffic Tickets, and Parking Tickets online with a major credit card.


Angel of Hope Bricks

This unique addition to the Edisto Memorial Gardens is dedicated to the memory of children who have passed away, preceding their parents. Orangeburg’s Angel of Hope sculpture is the 100th in existence and the only one located in South Carolina. Staff of the Parks and Recreation worked with local citizens and the Christmas Box Angel organization of Salt Lake City, Utah on the project. This organization evolved as the result of a fictional book by Richard Paul Evans, The Christmas Box. The garden is a place of healing for family and friends while remembering these children.

Angel of Hope Brick Order Form


 

What's New

City Council Meets Tonight

AGENDA FOR DECEMBER 16th

2015 COUNCIL SCHEDULE

It is a busy weekend!

We have Santa riding in style and Sugar Plums Dancing on Sat & Sun in Orangeburg and Runners running !





A few more Christmas Parade Pictures





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Announcements

  • The New Council District Map has been posted.
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  • The annual deadline for ordering Veterans Memorial Paving Bricks is July 31st. For more information, contact Parks and Recreation.
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  • Have you ridden on the Cross County Connection System yet?
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