Request for Bids - Haier Generator Installation

The intent of the work included in the bid is to provide the labor to install a 40 Kw natural gas standby power generator and automatic transfer switch (supplied by the Owner); and provide a concrete foundation and related materials to secure and...

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Request for Bid

The City of Camden seeks to contract with a qualified landscape maintenance / installation company to provide services for site preparation, installation of an irrigation system, minor brick walls and landscape plants & trees for City Arena...

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Holiday Garbage and Recycling Pick Up

Please see the below changes for the holiday garbage and recycling pick up.  

Trash and recycling pick up on Christmas Day, Friday, December 25th will be picked up on Wednesday, December 23rd.  

Trash and recycling pick up on New Years Day,...

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Lyttleton Street Area Underground Project Update

We are over 3 months into the Lyttleton Street area underground project.  First we would like to thank you for your patience with this project.  We are very excited about this project and the overall beautification it will bring our...

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City of Camden Christmas Tree Lighting

The Camden community has many things to offer this holiday season.  The City will be kicking off the holiday season with the annual Tree Lighting Ceremony in front of City Hall.  The public is invited to attend the lighting at 6:00 p.m. on...

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Disaster Assistance

If you sustained losses or damage from the recent flooding, you may be eligible for disaster aid.  






When you apply for disaster assistance, please have the following available:

  • Social Security Number (including your...
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Citizens Planning College 2015-2016 Accepting Applications

The City of Camden is proud to present the 2nd annual Citizens Planning College, a program that will teach the “ins and outs” of city planning as it pertains to Camden. Each class in the program is devoted to topics taught by the Planning...

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City of Camden Warns Residents of FEMA Scam

Camden residents are warned to be wary of scams and to be cautious of persons calling or approaching them claiming to be FEMA Disaster Relief Team Members.  Before you give them any personal information ask to see a valid FEMA identification...

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Connect Camden: A Civic Dialogue Upcoming Forums 10/8 and 10/15

The City of Camden will present two community forums in October. “Connect Camden” is a civic dialogue project that intends to honor Camden’s past while planning for a more productive future.  A forum on the topic of “Preserving History...

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City Parks Closed Through Friday

With the soil still extremely saturated, leaves still on the trees and slight winds on and off throughout the week, trees may be unstable.  Since the soil is like Jell-O and cannot adhere to the roots as it does under normal weather...

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Flood Damage Reporting

Kershaw County and the City of Camden are in the process of assessing damage from the recent flooding. If you have a home or business in Camden or Kershaw County that sustained flood damage, please call 425-7242 to report the damage.

City will not have a curfew tonight

The City of Camden will NOT have a curfew tonight, October 5th.  We ask for those traveling on the roadway to use caution.  

Things You Need to Know

  • The City of Camden is NOT under a boil water advisory.  
  • Parks in the City of Camden are closed.  For your safety, we ask for people to stay out of the parks until notified by the City of Camden.  
  • Due to the high volume of rain, please use...
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Program at Archives and Museum Cancelled

Due to the inclement weather, the Archives and Museum is cancelling our October 4, 3:00 program on Native Americans and the American Revolution. 

Preparing for the Weather Event

Due to the upcoming heavy rains, the City of Camden would encourage residents to take extra precaution to stay safe, and to protect themselves and their homes.  There are some areas in Camden that are prone to flooding during normal rain events....

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