The Gregwood community received a false positive test for E. coli.  Late Tuesday afternoon on July 7th, the City received a positive test result for E. coli for the Gregwood Subdivision. The staff was confident that this was a testing error because we maintain chlorine residual levels above the State requirements and there was no loss of pressure in the waterlines, but out of an abundance of caution, the City issued a boil order for that neighborhood. The retesting was scheduled first thing Wednesday morning, July 8th. The test results came back negative, and there are no issues with our drinking water. We apologize for any inconvenience and thank you for your understanding. If you have any question call Public Works at 803-283-CITY ext. 9.

 

COVID-19 Preventative Measures expired on June 17, 2020.

 Customers must request a payment plan or pay the balance in full for past due amounts no later than July 8, 2020.  Water disconnects will begin on July 9, 2020 for any past due amounts.

  • The greater of 10% of the past due amount or $25 must be paid to start a payment plan

Access to City owned buildings is still limited to only City employees and authorized personnel.  The drive-throughis open to accept utility payments.  Otherwise, City business (including utility billing payments & operations) will be conducted via telephone, internet, drop-box, and online payments.

FY21 Approved Budget


City of Lancaster Downtown Revitalization Plan

LDRP – Final Report with Appendices


Red Rose Festival Sponsorship Opportunity Levels 2020
2020 Red Rose Festival Food Application Online
2020 Red Rose Craft and Business Vendor Application
Senior Coalition Senior Health Fair Vendor Application 2020

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