The City of Aiken will be cutting off water for non-payment if your account is not paid by Monday, May 25th . The cut off list will start at 8:00 am Tuesday, May 26th . If your account is 2 months or more past due, your address could be on our cut off list. Your payment of the full past due balance can be paid in our office, online or by mail before this date. If you have any questions please contact the Finance Department at 803-642-7603 option 2.
City of Aiken Parks, Recreation and Tourism Department to offer Summer Day Camps at Odell Weeks Activities Center and Smith-Hazel Recreation Center.
On May 13, 2020 Gov. McMaster’s rescinded the request that utilities refrain from service cutoffs. The City of Aiken will also be moving forward to return to normal monthly business practices.
Aiken is home to some of the most dependable recyclers. Our resident’s efforts benefit both the environment and our local economy by recycling their plastic, paper, cardboard, glass, and metal cans.
The City of Aiken is encouraging everyone to be aware of what items to recycle and what items don’t qualify.
On Wednesday, May 13, all City buildings will be open except for the following:
Smith-Hazel Recreation Center; H.O. Weeks Activities Center; Lessie B. Price Aiken Senior & Youth Center; Citizens Park office [CP2]; Amentum Center for Performing Arts; Conference Center in the Municipal Building; H.O. Weeks Tennis Center; all buildings on the grounds of Hopelands Gardens and Rye Patch. These facilities will remain closed until further notice.
Aiken, SC – The City of Aiken will extend and continue the following implemented measures and procedures that are aligned with guidance from the Department of Health and Environment Control (DHEC) regarding COVID-19. These extended measures are in response to South Carolina Governor Henry McMaster’s recent executive orders and will be in effect through Tuesday, May 12, 2020