West Columbia Public Works Employees Working Saturday in Preparation for Hurricane Irma

By September 9, 2017 Headlines

West Columbia Public Works Employees Working Saturday in Preparation for Hurricane Irma

West Columbia, SC (September 9, 2017 at 12:20 PM) – The City of West Columbia Sanitation Department is working this Saturday, September 9, 2017, to pick up yard trash throughout the City in anticipation of the effects of Hurricane Irma. This will help to minimize yard debris being blown in streets and will help to keep storm drains from being clogged in case of heavy rain.

The City of West Columbia is situated along eight miles of the beautiful lower Saluda and Congaree Rivers. Known for being friendly, welcoming and affordable, the city also has top-level schools and a myriad of dining and shopping options, as well as exemplary health care options that are within a three-mile radius. The area is ideal for commerce, thanks to its business-friendly attitude, low taxes and utility rates. The City is concentrating on economic development and is eager to attract business start-ups and/or relocations. Additionally, major interstates, highways, the airport, and Columbia are just minutes away. When it comes to recreation, West Columbia offers kayaking, canoeing, tubing, parks, water-front concerts, 8.5 miles of walking and biking trails, and much more, including access to the renowned Riverbanks Zoo, Botanical Gardens, and Waterfall Junction. More information is available at www.westcolumbiasc.gov.

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