The City of Aiken is working with contractors on an exciting project to clean, video, inspect and rehabilitate 45 miles of clay sanitary sewer pipes in and around the downtown area. This area is known as the Sand River Basin. You will see the large, black trucks all around downtown as we move forward with all of the improvements.
The Aiken Department of Public Safety has been informed that due to the recent heavy rains, the paving roadwork on Dougherty Road has been temporally interrupted and will resume Monday, March 2. The work will take place at 8:30 AM until dark and will be dependent upon the weather forecast for next week.
Story Time in the Gardens, a cherished reading program that promotes literacy in our community’s youth, begins its spring season Tuesday, March 3 at 4:00pm. Story Time is free to attend and will be held on the grounds of Rye Patch, located at 100 Berrie Rd.
Many regular attendees are excited about the return of this program.
The City of Aiken Parks, Recreation and Tourism Department presents, the Lunch Bunch Entertainment and Seminar Series. The purpose of the event is to offer members of the community an entertaining and informational lunch time event. Citizens will be able to enjoy their lunch while engaging in an informational topic seminar or enjoying entertainment from local area bands and artists. Please make sure to take note of the specific dates and times for each seminar.
This event is free and open the public.