Residents are invited to attend a community meeting to learn more about Richland Renaissance, the County's progressive, service-based initiative to enhance the livability of local communities, spur economic development, rejuvenate neighborhoods and transit corridors and better provide essential resources to the growing population of residents and businesses.
The meeting is 5:30 p.m.-7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 13 at Columbia Place Mall (2nd floor of the former Dillard's store), which will become the site of several Richland County Government offices and operations as part of the Richland Renaissance project. Residents are encouraged to attend to submit questions and offer feedback.
This event is one of the first of the County's new "Engage Richland" program series that puts residents in direct conversation with County staff through public meetings, hands-on demonstrations, workshops, facility tours, special events and more. Look for the Engage Richland logo above that identifies a County function as a public information event. Click here to learn more about Engage Richland. Click here to learn more about Richland Renaissance.