The cities hope to work with customers and businesses, but refusing to comply could come with a $25 to $100 fine.
WEST COLUMBIA, SC (WOLO)–The West Columbia City Council approved an emergency mask mandate Wednesday. The Council convened Wednesday afternoon to approve the mandate, which requires masks in all buildings open to the general public. Violators could face fines of up to $25. The ordinance goes into effect Friday, September 10 at 6am. Categories: Lexington, Local News Tags: West Columbia
According to officials, the section of the West Columbia Riverwalk from Moffatt Street to the Gervais Street bridge is closed due to maintenance.
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COLUMBIA, SC (WOLO)– Local Living on ABC Columbia is brought to you by Allure Medical. Get out your running and hiking shoes — we’re heading to the Riverwalk. You are invited to join the Mayors of Cayce and West Columbia for a guided hike and tour Thursday July 15. The group will start at the Cayce Trailhead and end at…
The City of West Columbia has extended its mask ordinance. City Council agreed to make it last another 61 days, until May 1. Masks will continue to be required in all food and retail establishments within city limits.
The rain over the past few days did cause some flooding in the Midlands. Tuesday morning, the City of West Columbia announced the West Columbia Riverwalk and Amphitheatre were temporarily closed due to flooding.
The West Columbia Police Department says they arrested two individuals in connection with a spree of business vandalism incidents.
WEST COLUMBIA, SC (WOLO)– The City of West Columbia is offering additional free parking for visitors in the area. According to city officials, with an anticipated increase of visitors to area restaurants and attractions, like the Riverwalk, they are offering free public parking and overflow options. Per the city: Interactive Art Park/Meeting Street Artisan Market – 425 Meeting Street Public…
On Wednesday, the West Columbia City Council voted to extend the city’s mask ordinance through the end of February.
While the coronavirus has cancelled some Halloween festivities, there is still plenty to do this year around the Midlands.