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Each group must include a participating adult 18 years or older. Individuals under the age of 18 may participate under the supervision of an adult.
The work will be performed under and in accordance with the York County Environmental Compliance Division's Adopt-A-Stream General Program Conditions and Safety Guidelines found here and incorporated herein by reference. Applicants to whom Adopt-A-Stream Program Designation and Agreement are issued shall at all times indemnify and save harmless York County Government and all of its employees, agents and officers, from responsibility, damage or liability arising from the exercise of the privileges granted under designated programs. The program Designation and Agreement may be terminated by York County Government at any time. York County reserves the right to deny an adoption request or to cancel the Local Program Designation Agreement of any group. To sign up complete the Adopt-A-Stream Application.
The mortgage company also receives the tax information upon there request. Most mortgage company's receive a copy of the tax records electronically and pay taxes based on this file. You can contact the mortgage company to confirm if a notice was received or if a payment will be made.
For real property: Get an attorney to prepare a new deed and have it recorded at the York County Register of Deeds Office.
For mobile home: Contact the York County Building and Codes Department to find out what is needed to purchase a change of ownership permit.
If the mobile home was repossessed please contact the Assessor Office
If the mobile home was sold, the new owner needs to purchase a change of ownership permit through the York County Building & Codes
After you have done that, you will multiply your answer by the tax rate of the district you live in. We can give you the tax rate if you tell us what your address is or you can find it on any of your tax bills for the current year. If you need an exact amount, you will need to fax, email, or come in and bring a title or bill of sale. For more information contact the Auditor's Office.
If these statements are true, you are qualified to receive the Homestead Exemption. If you are the surviving spouse of a person who was qualified, you may also be qualified to receive the benefit. For further information please contact the Auditor's Office.
You will report to Moss Justice Center for General Sessions jury service. Please arrive prior to the time to report on your summons. We like to start our instructions as close to the report time as possible.
NO! Please leave any communication devices at home, work or in your vehicle. A South Carolina Supreme Court order prohibits communication devices in the courtroom.
You are summonsed for one week of jury service unless otherwise indicated on your summons. Please make plans to be away from home, work and other activities for the entire week. The normal court hours are 9am - 5pm, but may start earlier or run later.
Each year we receive an electronic list from Court Administration that includes all York County registered voters, licensed drivers and pictured ID holders issued by the Department of Motor Vehicles. These names are cross-referenced and loaded into our system enabling us to randomly select a pool of potential jurors for predetermined court terms.
Please contact our General Sessions Juror Coordinator, Melissa, at 803-628-3041. She will be glad to assist you and provide you with additional information.
Yes, the park store is located at the Ranger Station. Our Inventory consists of ice, firewood, apparel, sweet treats, fishing and camping supplies.
Reservations are accepted up to 13 months in advance of the current date. The check-in date determines the earliest point at which a reservation can be made, even if the reservation extends into the subsequent period for which the reservations are not yet being accepted. For example: If you would like to check in on July 4, of the following year the reservation can be made on June 4, of the current year.
An individual, 18 years of age or older, can make up to 5 reservations per contact session provided the required fees are paid accordingly and such reservations do not violate length of stay guidelines. Reservations made on behalf of another party must also reflect the name of that individual. All Reservations must be paid in full at time of booking.
Cancellations will incur fees and penalties according to the following schedule: Camping Cancellations: With 15 plus days’ notice, $10 handling fee charged. Within 0 to 14 days, a one nights charge applied. Camping Reservations can be changed or transferred to a different date to avoid any cancellation fee provided all camping rules and regulations are followed. Shelter Cancellations, with 30 plus days’ notice, no penalty charged within 4 to 29 days, a $10 handling fee will be applied. Within 0 to 3 days, No Refund Shelter Reservations can be changed/transferred to a different date to avoid any cancellation fee provided all rules and regulations are followed. Early Departure Policy: No Refunds will be issued for early departures. All reservation fees are non refundable.
Shelters can be reserved 13 months in advance online, by phone or the Ranger Station.
All shelter rentals are by the day and can be occupied 10am-8pm from April- October. Shelter rentals November - March must vacate the park at dark.
Shelter Rentals are subject to Parking Fees beginning Memorial Day Weekend and concluding on Labor Day. - No alcoholic beverages are allowed in the Park. - Pets must be kept on a leash at all times. Please pick up refuse left by pets and dispose of in pet stations. - Swimming area open daily from Memorial Day weekend to Labor Day (swimming is subject to lifeguard availability while school is in session) - Please do not dispose of used cooking oil/grease or ice cream churn salt water on park grounds, see park staff to dispose of properly. -Shelter must be vacated 1 hour prior to park closing
Camping is limited to 14 consecutive nights and then guest can change site and section visiting all 4 sections between the months September - April. Beginning May 1st - Labor Day campers must leave the park for 24 hours after 14 consecutive days.
Contact the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) Onsite Wastewater Management Section at 803-896-0640.
Apply here: Hydrant Flow Test Application
If the storm drain is located on private property, you will need to speak to Environmental Compliance at 803-909-7250. If it is located on County property, please call York County Public Works Water & Sewer at 803-628-3211. If the storm drain is on a state road, please call SCDOT at 803-327-6186.
To report a pothole on a county-maintained road, please fill out the Request for Road Service form at the Public Works webpage. You can also
contact York County Public Works Road Maintenance at 803-628-3200. However, if it is on a state-maintained road, call SCDOT at 803-327-6186.
Through four separate Capital Sales and Use Tax Referenda in 1997, 2003, 2011 and 2017, York County has improved and widened a number of roadways, with more projects planned. For more information, please contact our office at 803-818-5763 or visit our program website at http://www.penniesforprogress.net .
York County requires developers to construct sidewalks in new residential and commercial developments. York County does not have a program for the installation of sidewalks along existing county maintained roadways.
York County representatives look at several criteria in setting speed limits for its roadways, including roadway alignment, sight distance, the weighted average speed, crash history, and proposed development. Speed limits must be reasonable and ultimately enforced by local law enforcement. The County has also established a speed table (bump) program.
York County receives paving and resurfacing requests, and utilizes an evaluation system which considers the condition of the road, the length of the road, the amount of traffic using the road, and the amount of maintenance required throughout the previous years, and other factors. To submit a paving or resurfacing request, please utilize our Paving Request Form.
Please contact the fire department that responded to the fire.
Find out who is responsible for maintaining a certain road in York County by using this link: https://maps2.yorkcountygov.com/ez/Search_RoadName.aspx
CodeRED is an emergency notification service that allows emergency officials to notify residents and businesses by telephone, cell phone, text message, email and social media regarding time-sensitive general and emergency notifications. Only authorized officials have access to the CodeRED system. Sign-up now!
Application for marriage licenses may be made between the hours of 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. The license may be used for ceremonies performed in South Carolina, and the fee is $50. To find additional information, please visit Probate Court.
The Collection and Recycling Centers do not accept yard debris for disposal.
Debris is accepted at:
York County Landfill
289 Public Works Road (Off Highway 5 near the Moss Justice Center)
York, SC 29745
The Landfill phone number is 803-628-3186, and the hours are: Monday - Friday 7 a.m. - 4 p.m. Saturday 7 a.m. - noon
To learn how to create and print your own maps, please review our document on How to Make and Print a Map.
For specific questions regarding the zoning for your property, you will need to contact the appropriate zoning department. For those living within city limits, please contact your local municipal zoning department. For those living in the county, please contact the
CAMA Data is property information such as: square footage, year built, all prior sales, heating type, etc.
You can view incarcerated inmates here.
Visitation for inmates vary depending on their status. The following are our current visitation hours. You can call the Prison at 803-818-5789 to confirm which day an inmate will have visitation.
-Monday 6:15 p.m. until 8:15 p.m. (Male state inmates, male Family Court inmates, and male county inmates serving more than 90 days)
-Tuesday, 6:15 p.m. until 8:15 p.m. (Male county inmates serving less than 90 days)
-Wednesday, 6:15 p.m. until 8:15 p.m. (Male work release inmates)
-Thursday, 6:15 p.m. until 8:15 p.m. (All female inmates)
Attn: (Name of Inmate)York County Prison778 Justice BoulevardYork, South Carolina, 29745
A private drive can be named when it is used to access three or more residences. To name a private drive a majority of the property owners (adjacent to the drive to be named) have to agree on a name. There is a $150 fee to name a private drive. Please contact Tina Harmer at 803-909-7483 to start the process or for additional information. You will need the tax map reference number for the parcel in question to get owner information. This is a ten digit number.
Debris is accepted at:York County Landfill289 Public Works Road(Off Highway 5 near the Moss Justice Center)York, SC 29745
Hours:Monday - Friday 7 am - 4 pm Saturday 7 am - 12 noon
Holiday closings are posted at each center. Notifications are sent to all local media and posted on the York County Government website. Visit the Collection & Recycling Centers page.
Call the Collection & Recycling Office at 628-3181 for more details.
Hours Monday - Friday7 am - 4 pm Saturday7 am - 12 noon
The South Carolina Department of Education (SCDOE) administers the program at the state level and acts as a bridge between York County and the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA). York County serves as a sponsor and coordinates with schools, local government agencies, camps, faith-based and other non-profit community organizations to host meal service sites. Meal service sites are places in the community where children receive meals in a safe and supervised environment. Sites may be located in a variety of settings, including schools, parks, community centers, churches, and migrant centers.
Visit the SC Office of Health and Nutrition website. Additional resources for food assistance are the National Hunger Hotline at 1-866-3-HUNGRY or 1-877-8-HAMBRE.
Yes, the County does have a local accommodations tax ordinance. All hotels located in the unincorporated areas of York County are to collect 3% for the local accommodations tax and those collections should be submitted to the County by the 20th of the following month. The State also requires collection of accommodations tax. That amount is 2% and is submitted directly to the Department of Revenue by using the state tax form ST 388. The York County Accommodations Tax Advisory Committee meets annually in April and May to review applications and submit their recommendation to County Council. To apply for Accommodations Tax funding, please call the office at 803-684-8528.
You may also download a mail-in application online at the South Carolina Election Commission's website.