The City of Darlington is in need of tree removal, tree trimming, and debris removal services following Hurricane Matthew. Click here to see the Bid Request.
Photo at the Chamber at 9 am. Work until the jobs are done with a group lunch (Dutch) following at Tenampa. Please come out and help if you are able.
FEMA Assistance: File online Here or Call 1-800-621-3362 or TTY 800-462-7585.
Crisis Clean-Up Hotline 1-800-451-1954
Other assistance, call 2-1-1.
Please do not burn yard debris or trash. All County recycling centers are open all week to accept yard debris, and city crews are collecting debris within the city limits as well.
The City of Darlington will implement a storm water fee beginning on the October 2016 water and sewer bill. For residential customers, the basic water and sewer bill will be $39.50 for September 2016. In October 2016, the basic bill including the storm water fee will be $43.50. Read complete details here.
Imagine a small town.
The kind of place where families can fully bloom. Where southern hospitality is still a way of life. A historic town with tree-lined streets, beautiful parks, and a downtown public square. Someplace only an hour away from big city life but miles away from the daily grind.
Now open your eyes because there’s no need to imagine it.
It's called Darlington.