Public Meetings are held at City Hall. View the calendar for details.
Several City water tanks are painted artistically.
A sampling of public artwork that can be found along the streets of Downtown Anderson.
Recreation Center, 1700 Murray Avenue. Low-cost memberships, no contracts.
Free public parking at downtown garage. Corner of Whitner St. and Murray Ave.
Public park in the middle of Murray Avenue. Sit, walk or run.
Four new buses dedicated. Two run on natural gas.
Aerial view of Darwin Wright Park.
Fish sculpture in front of City Hall.

“MOVIE NIGHT” LINE-UP ANNOUNCED: The City of Anderson Parks and Recreation Department has announced the 2017 “Movie Night in Carolina Wren Park” line-up, featuring blockbuster hits such as “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story” and “LEGO Batman.” Admission is free to these family fun nights. Concessions are available and coolers are welcome. No alcohol or glass containers. Carolina Wren Park is located at 111 E. Whitner St. Funding assistance provided by the City of Anderson accommodations tax fund. Printable Schedule.

REC CENTER HALL OF FAME NOMINATIONS: Do you know someone who has given time, effort, and commitment to the City of Anderson Parks and Recreation?  How about that coach who helped you find hidden talents – in sports or for life?  Was there an umpire or referee who went out of their way to encourage you?  If so, we want to recognize them.  Please visit www.cityofandersonsc.com/special-events/ for the eligibility requirements and the nomination form or call 864 231-2233 for further information.

TRANSPORTATION SURVEY: The Anderson Area Transportation Study (ANATS) is the transportation planning agency for the Anderson Urban Area. Since transportation issues shape our community, ANATS is offering the public the opportunity to comment on the current transportation network in the Anderson Area. Please take the time to answer a few survey questions. The results will be used in ANATS long-range planning. https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/anats-2040-long-range-transportation-plan

 

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