The charrette process provides the most meaningful and authentic way for people to get involved in planning for growth and change in their community. Without a clear, community-supported vision for the area, the conventional approach to the public approval of project usually results in a parcel-by-parcel decision making process, where changes and exceptions to existing land use and zoning regulations occur on a piecemeal basis.
The charrette process will provide a framework for creating a shared vision for our Town Center District. The process will result in a new conceptual master plan.
Phase 1 scheduled to be complete by December, 2018.
Thursday, June 1st 2017 – 5:00pm – 8:00pm
City Hall Gymnasium
1255 Yeamans Hall Road
1) Railroad Avenue 2) Yeamans Hall / Murray Intersection 3) Tannerford / Foster Creek Intersection
Phase I Tanner Plantation / Foster Creek Trail Ground Breaking Event. Thursday, March 9th at 5:00pm (near entrance to Amber Glen community).
The City of Hanahan is excited to announce construction will soon, and FINALLY be underway.
This is a $545,856.00 project with $386,428.00 coming by way of a Federal Enhancement Grant, $66,400 in matching funds coming from Berkeley County, and the balance of funding ($93,028.00) provided by the City of Hanahan through Developmental Impact Fees collected in the Tanner Plantation / Foster Creek community. Detailed plans for the project an be found by clicking on the link below.
Mayor Newman and the entire Hanahan City Council would like to thank the men and women of the Hanahan Police Department and our entire community for helping make Hanahan not only a great community, but a SAFE place to live, work and play.
Below is the entire list of places that we included in our “Safest Places in South Carolina” study. They are listed from the safest to the least safe, according to our analysis. The calculation for the crime scores can be found in the methodology section below. Take a look at the graph and see where your hometown ranks.
Rank City Crime Score 1 Edgefield 546 2 Tega Cay 607 3 Lyman 767 4 Duncan 1,016 5 Saluda 1,045 6 Hanahan 1,131 7 Fort Mill 1,183 8 Mount Pleasant 1,214 9 Mauldin 1,258 10 Isle of Palms 1,259 11 Walhalla 1,261 12 Fountain Inn 1,524 13 Seneca 1,557 14 Port Royal 1,559 15 Charleston 1,595 16 Ridgeland 1,726 17 Clemson 1,740 18 Bluffton 1,784 19 North Augusta 1,840 20 Central 1,942 21 Williston 1,956 22 Williamston 1,972 23 Woodruff 1,994 24 Belton 2,013 25 Surfside Beach 2,153 26 Summerville 2,170 27 Bamberg 2,193 28 Simpsonville 2,282 29 Travelers Rest 2,379 30 Winnsboro 2,496 31 Rock Hill 2,638 32 Allendale 2,649 33 Moncks Corner 2,704 34 Gaffney 2,715 35 Forest Acres 2,727 36 Aiken 2,881 37 Newberry 2,959 38 Union 3,043 39 Orangeburg 3,089 40 Clinton 3,142 41 York 3,244 42 Cayce 3,384 43 Hardeeville 3,398 44 Cheraw 3,563 45 Sumter 3,615 46 Bennettsville 3,663 47 Batesburg-Leesville 3,677 48 Chester 3,682 49 Greenville 3,780 50 Barnwell 3,846 51 Camden 3,888 52 Beaufort 4,060 53 North Charleston 4,201 54 Columbia 4,284 55 Bishopville 4,371 56 Greenwood 4,420 57 Spartanburg 4,719 58 Florence 4,981 59 Darlington 5,103 60 Walterboro 5,225 61 Anderson 5,244 62 Hartsville 5,689 63 Lake City 5,781 64 Marion 5,927 65 Dillon 6,105 66 Myrtle Beach 9,691
Do not forget that our 4th annual Red, White & Blue Festival is this Saturday, November 12th from 9am – 5pm to be held at 3100 Mabeline Road in Hanahan.
-Veteran Recognition Ceremony
-Police & Fire Obsticle Course
The effect Hurricane Matthew has been extremely devastating to the people of Haiti. If you know anything about Haiti, it is a country that suffers severely with poverty among other things. The city is doing a Fill A Bucket campaign to help provide some relief to the people in Haiti (the flyer is attached). We are working along with Kanpe Haiti, an organization that provides relief throughout the year to communities in Haiti. They will deliver the filled buckets to Haiti, once we are done collecting items.
Hanahan High, Middle, Divine Redeemer, Distinguished Gentlemen’s Club-Hanahan, HMS Student Council, and HHS National Honor Society, are all actively involved in gathering the items needed for the bucket. It’s hard to look at what’s going on with the people of Haiti and not feel compel to help. This project is not just for the students, but for every citizen, employee, volunteer, and even visitor of the City of Hanahan. We are asking you to look at the list and bring in one or more items and place it in the orange box outside of dispatch in the main lobby of city hall.
The buckets will be filled on Saturday the 29th and shipped for delivery on the 30th. Spread the word, lets fill buckets for Haiti.
The City of Hanahan Public Works Division continues to service all areas of Hanahan with the removal of storm debris. Crews will continue to work extended days and hours in an effort to clean our city. Presently the crews are working 10 hour days Monday through Friday and 6 hours on Saturday. The collection schedule is cut-off each day to coincide with the closing of the landfill.
The week of October 10th alone produced 212 tons (normal week 118 tons) of residential household waste, 151 tons (normal week 42 tons) of yard debris and 15 tons (normal week 5 tons) of brown goods and all collected by Hanahan Public Works staff.
We intend to continue running extended yard debris hours in addition to our normal operating schedule until all storm debris has been removed.
If you have large piles and wood larger than 4” in diameter, those piles will be picked up exclusively by the County (if you live on a county road) or SCDOT (if you live on a state road) with specialized equipment. The county started collections in the city this week and the state has communicated a start date of 10/26-10/28. The county and state contractors will only make one pass for large piles and wood so please be sure to have your debris by the road.
We would like to thank all citizens for their patience and continued efforts to work with us as we work to recover from the aftermath of Hurricane Matthew.
The Fire Department will be holding an Open House on Monday, October 17th 2016 from 6pm – 8pm at the Hanahan Fire Department Headquarters, located at 5826 Campbell St, Hanahan, SC 29410.
The event is family friendly and food is FREE!
Come out and enjoy an evening with the family and meet your first responders. For more information, call 843-554-4221.
The City of Hanahan Building and Codes staff will begin performing damage assessments this week.
We are asking for citizen participation to help us be aware of all damage from Hurricane Matthew. Please report storm, wind, or flood damage, as well as water intrusion of any degree.