The Edgefield County E911 is responsible for assigning addresses to all occupied property in Edgefield County. This information is maintained in a local database and any changes or updates entered in the Master Street Address Guide (MSAG). This department also updates the E911 Emergency Telephone System database and administers the Public Awareness Program for the E911 System.
In order for us to accurately assign an address you must supply the tax parcel number and know your driveway location. Addresses are assigned by the County after you apply for a building permit.
Public safety concerns may necessitate renaming or renumbering roads on rare occasions. When this happens, addresses along that road will change. If this becomes necessary, the property owner, County departments,
and post office are notified of the change. The property owner receives a notification via U.S. Mail. Others receive notification via email.
Edgefield County In The News
County Council will unveil the new Linda and Johnny Anderson Airfield at the Edgefield County Airport in Trenton, SC, at 4:30 p.m. Tuesday, May 10, 2022. All those who would like to attend are invited.
Edgefield County honors Linda and Johnny Anderson for their dedication and commitment to the Edgefield County airport by passing a resolution renaming the airfield in their honor. With a unanimous vote, the County Council passed the resolution renaming the airfield...
HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION Please be advised that the sign up for Homestead Exemption is now open through December 31,2022. The exemption is granted to persons who are at least 65 years of age as of December 31, 2021, blind or 100 percent totally or permanently disabled as...
The Edgefield County Planning Commission has turned over recommendations for potential changes to the land development regulation to County Council. Council will now review the potential changes, listed below you will find the materials being looked at. If you have...