Edgefield County (established 1785) has one of the oldest and most complete collections of historical county records in South Carolina. One of the reasons for this is that the county has never suffered a courthouse fire and General Sherman did not pass through this area during the War Between the States. The county has an Archives Department that is dedicated solely to the housing and protection of these records. The purpose of the Edgefield County Archives is to collect, preserve, and make available the permanently valuable official records of the county in accordance with the County Council Resolution of 00-01-243 of June 13th 2001. The facility includes a research room and a state-of-the-art 1,668 square ft. records vault that is fire proof and climate-controlled.
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A statewide internet access survey is attached for distribution and sharing. This survey will help the state develop a plan to draw down federal funds for broadband expansion. The state would like to receive at least 2,500 surveys from each region. ...
Over 25 years ago, Edgefield County adopted E-911 to enhance the capability of emergency responders to quickly locate emergencies. As part of this adoption process, the county had to readdress properties. Over the last few years, advances in technology have led to...
Update! Municode has updated many of the ordinances. I have noticed some discrepancies and am working on getting those corrected. For now, it looks as if everything is up to date except the USE table. Please continue to use the USE table from the updated list below....