Hurricane Florence & Preparedness Information

Residential garbage collection will run citywide on Saturday as a courtesy due to the erratic schedule following Hurricane Florence and its aftermath. 

City offices will be open from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday through Friday, Sept. 18-21.  We will return to regular schedule on Monday, Sept. 24. 
  • Tuesday's residential pickup and recycling collection will be collected on WEDNESDAY.
  • Thursday and Friday routes will be collected on the normal schedule this week.
  • Debris collection will be prioritized to clear roads and bridges before returning to regular routes based on damage assessments following the storm.
Important Numbers

Emergency Water/Sewer: 843-758-1127
Natural Gas Issues: SCE&G: 800-251-7234
Downed Power Lines and Power Outages - Duke Energy 800-419-6356
Life-threatening Situations: 9-1-1
Medical Emergencies: 9-1-1
Fire: 9-1-1
Blocked Roads or Downed Trees: 843-758-1127


Darlington City Council will hold a work session at 6 p.m. Tuesday, September 25, 2018, at City Hall, 400 Pearl St.
City Council's regular monthly meeting will be held at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, October 2, 2018, at City Hall, 400 Pearl St....


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Business Pride of Darlington Award

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Residential Pride of Darlington Award

Residential Pride Award

The yard of Geraldine Moody at 114 Harper Street has been selected the Residential Pride of Darlington Award.

Pictured, from left, are Beautification Board member Laura Burns, Kathryn Tarlton, Mrs. Moody, City Manager Howard Garland, Mayor Gloria Hines, Kylee Tarlton, 4, Sandra Moody, and Hannah Tarlton, 7.

The Residential Pride Award is selected in April and October of each year, and the Business Pride Award selected in January and June of each year. The Business Award includes the interior of businesses and also other non-residential property. 

Nominations can be sent to City Planning, P.O. Box 57, Darlington, SC 29540; called in to 843-398-4000 x 103; or emailed to
[email protected].

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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.