The City of Columbia has been allocated $611,921.00 as a result of Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act” (CARES Act) funding to provide additional resources in response to COVID-19.
In an effort to provide more access to City of Columbia information, the City of Columbia’s Public Relations, Media & Marketing Department has launched channels on Roku and Amazon Fire TV.
The Small Business Stabilization Program has provided relief to businesses across Columbia in all sectors of industry.
The City of Columbia Parking Service Division has announced that it will begin the reactivation of parking enforcement beginning Monday May 18, 2020.
The City of Columbia supports and encourages the public use and enjoyment of sidewalks, tree zones, and other right-of-way areas for outdoor dining in all entertainment districts.
The City of Columbia has partnered with several local hotels to launch the Peace of Mind initiative, beginning on Friday, May 8.
The Business License Division remains closed to the public until further notice to protect citizens and minimize the spread of COVID-19 in our community. Please view details regarding our services.
Columbia City Council has confirmed Mayor Steve Benjamin’s State of Emergency declaration of a city-wide curfew (Ordinance #2020-037) that will go into effect on Friday, April 10.
Solid Waste Division is asking all residents to ensure all household garbage is bagged and containerized and all recyclables are containerized in the appropriate City-issued roll carts.
To support efforts of our entire Midlands community, the online payment processing charge will be waived for water, sewer, commercial solid waste and parking garage rental fees until further notice.