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September 25, 2017
Councilwoman Devine to serve on panel during Municipal Financial Inclusion Summit
Councilwoman Tameika Isaac Devine has been invited to represent the City of Columbia during the National League of Cities 2017 Municipal Financial Inclusion Summit September 25, 2017
Halloween Adoption Special
The Columbia and Lexington Animal Services will be hosting a Halloween Adoption Special. The adoption fees will be reduced to $31September 25, 2017
Columbia Announces 17 Pet Adoptions during Pre-Owned Pet Adoption Special
Columbia Animal Services hosted a pre-owned pet adoption special and 17 adoptions were made. September 25, 2017
City of Columbia Municipal Election
As of Friday, September 8, 2017 at 12:00 p.m., the Status of Write-In Candidates and Names to Appear on the Ballot have been updated. September 23, 2017
Boil Water Advisory | 2100 Block of Clemson Rd.
The City of Columbia Water Works advises water customers on the 2100 block of Clemson Rd. to boil their water before drinking or cooking.September 20, 2017
Councilwoman Devine to host Move with the Mayor walk for World Heart Day
Councilwoman Tameika Isaac Devine will host the Move with the Mayor World Heart Day Celebration at noon on Sept. 29 at Spirit Communications Park.September 20, 2017
Boil Water Advisory | Stockland Rd.
The City of Columbia Water Works advises water customers of Stockland Road to boil their water before drinking or cooking. September 18, 2017
Community Development to host Consolidated Annual Performance & Evaluation Report
The City of Columbia Community Development Department will conduct a public hearing to inform citizens about the Fiscal Year (FY) of 2016-2017 September 18, 2017
City Council to host Public Hearing
The Columbia City Council will conduct a meeting/public hearing on Tuesday, September 19, 2017 at 4:00 p.m. at the Columbia Metropolitan Convention Center in Lexington Room B.September 13, 2017
Boil Water Advisory | 100-200 Block of Harbison Blvd.
The City of Columbia Water Works advises water customers of 100-200 block of Harbison Blvd. (Buffalo Wild Wings) to boil their water before drinking or cooking.September 13, 2017
Mayor Benjamin’s Move with the Mayor program to continue throughout September
Columbia Mayor Steve Benjamin will join residents in taking steps to fight the leading killer of Columbia citizens â€" heart disease.September 13, 2017
Councilman Davis to host presentation about Walkable 29203 Plan
Councilman Davis will host a presentation about Walkable 29203 Plan will be held on Tuesday, Sept. 26 at 6:00 p.m.September 12, 2017
Statement from City Manager Regarding Death of an Employee during Tropical Storm Irma
City Manager Teresa Wilson issues a statement regarding the death of a Forestry and Beautification Division employee during Tropical Storm Irma.September 07, 2017
Boil Water Advisory | Main St. between Miller Ave. and Sunset Dr.
The City of Columbia Water Works advises water customers of of Main St. between Miller Ave. and Sunset Dr., to boil their water before drinking or cooking.September 07, 2017
Boil Water Advisory | Harrison Rd. between Center St. and Carroll Dr., Truax Ln.
The City of Columbia Water Works advises water customers of Harrison Rd. between Center St. and Carroll Dr., Truax Ln. to boil their water before drinking or cooking.September 01, 2017
City of Columbia Council Agenda for Tuesday, September 5
The City of Columbia Council Agenda for the September 5 Work Session at 2 p.m. and Council Session at 6 p.m. have been released. August 31, 2017
Statement Regarding the Coordinated Effort to Assist Victims of Hurricane Harvey
In 2015, in the aftermath of Hurricane Joaquin, Columbia and the Midlands area received support from around the countryAugust 25, 2017
City encourages citizens to take protective measures against mosquitoes
The City’s Code Enforcement Division continues to work closely with Richland County Vector Control to track mosquito activity and take preventative measures to reduce the mosquito population.April 26, 2017
Cinco De Meow Pet Special
Columbia Animal Services will be holding a Cinco De Meow pet adoption special. All dogs and cats will be $5, in celebration of Cinco De Mayo.
 
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