Revitalization Submitted Proposals Now Available Online

Revitalization Submitted Proposals Now Available Online

The four attached proposals submitted to the City of Aiken in answer to the recent downtown revitalization RFPs are have been redacted to provide disclosure while protecting proprietary information related to potential negotiations.

7th Annual Black History Jazz Musical

7th Annual Black History Jazz Musical

The City of Aiken Parks, Recreation and Tourism Department is excited to present the “Seventh Annual Black History Jazz Musical”. The concert will be held at the Smith-Hazel Recreation Center on Saturday, February 25, 2017 from 6:00PM-10:00PM.

Council Hears Infrastructure Costs; No Increase Needed

Council Hears Infrastructure Costs; No Increase Needed

Aiken City Council learned Monday that Phase One of a multi-year battle plan to repair aging infrastructure could cost up to $28.4 million. Officials are confident, however, that the project can be funded without raising property taxes or user fees during the next fiscal year.

City Council to Discuss Infrastructure

City Council to Discuss Infrastructure

Aiken City Council will turn much of its attention to infrastructure on Monday, when the public works department unveils a massive plan to overhaul the city’s water, sewer and storm water systems.
Mayor Rick Osbon first hinted at the plan on Feb. 3, when he addressed Chamber of Commerce members during a monthly breakfast. Now, all city residents are invited to hear details during a 6 p.m. work session following the regularly scheduled Council meeting.