The Citizen Services Desk contact number is (843) 724-7311.


The official site of the City of Charleston. Stay informed about important events and meetings that affect you; watch city council meetings on you tube live, download city meeting council agendas, important dates for public meetings, how to contact your Councilman or the Mayor, how to get a business license or a permit.  This site is for residents and visitors and will direct you to the right department or contact person.  Much more….

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For information on the Dutch Dialogues, visit the website below.  Excerpt from the website notes that “Flooding cannot be “fixed;” however as the Dutch have learned, risk can be reduced.”  The latest report can be viewed.

The Charleston County Website  provides a good source of information, online property tax payments and you can also watch online council meetings. It has links to other municipalities i.e. Folly Beach, Kiawah, Seabrook, Rockville etc.

The Cooper River Bridge Run website provides dates, times and how to register.


The Turkey Day Run and Gobble Wobble 5K run website. The Turkey Day Run was established in 1914 and is the longest running 5K in Charleston.

The Angel Oak Tree is in District 5 on Johns Island and it is FREE to visit. The Angel Oak Tree is estimated to be in excess of 400-500 years old, stands 66.5 ft (20 m) tall, measures 28 ft (8.5 m) in circumference, and produces shade that covers 17,200 square feet (1,600 m2). From tip to tip Its longest branch distance is 187 ft.  There is considerable debate about the age of the Angel Oak.  Some contend that it is 1,500 years old.  Most believe that the more conservative estimates are more accurate. The Angel Oak has visitors from all over the world.


The South Carolina Department of Transportation website is the go-to website for issues relating to roads, projects, public comment meetings affecting you and   much more info.

Current projects in the low country area. Click on  “low country" in the map to see what/where/how you are affected.


To find out information on what district you are in, who is on the ballots, report an election violation and to register to vote, the League of Women’s  Voters of the Charleston area is an excellent go to website:

I-526 Lowcountry Corridor