The City of Cayce would like to issue the following updates for our residents. We ask that each of you continue to take extra precautions. – The voluntary evacuation for Riverland Park has been lifted and Cayce Public Safety is currently allowing only Riverland Park residents back into the area. […]
CLOSED MONDAY Oct 5 Lexington School District Two and Lexington School District Four.
From Saturday to Sunday, as water flowed downstream, the Congaree River rose substantially. These are photos taken Saturday and then Sunday. Onlookers lined the Gervais Street Bridge Sunday to witness the historical flood and high water level. Click on photos to enlarge.
County of Lexington Government Office Closures Due to the recent rain event, poor road conditions and road closures in Lexington County, the following facility closings and garbage collection schedule adjustments are necessary: All County of Lexington Government Offices will be closed Monday, Oct. 5. This includes the following offices: […]
Lexington County recommends evacuation, issues curfew Lexington County emergency management officials recommend the voluntary evacuation of all locations within a quarter mile of the banks of the Lexington County side of the Saluda and Congaree rivers. This voluntary evacuation recommendation is based on information received from SCE&G concerning its plans […]
President Signs Emergency Declaration for South Carolina WASHINGTON — The U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) announced that federal emergency aid has been made available to the State of South Carolina to supplement state, local, and tribal response efforts in the areas affected by severe storms […]
News release from City of Cayce The City of Cayce and Mayor Elise Partin are asking our local churches to cancel services and organizations to cancel any events planned for today. The SC Emergency Management Department has given emergency alerts asking for all residents to be alert of flooding. And […]
In West Columbia, several roads have been closed, but as of 8 a.m. on Sunday morning no major injuries or incidents had been reported to the West Columbia Police Department, according to West Columbia Police Capt. Scott Morrison. Maintenance crews for the city have been on-call to clean out run-off […]