The Neighborhood Services Division is a conduit of assistance and action between City of Charleston residents and the municipal government. We provide information and services to individual residents as well as ensure that concerns expressed by neighborhood association representatives reach appropriate city officials.
If you are interested in learning more about how to form a Neighborhood Association in your neighborhood, please contact Neighborhood Services Manager, email Su Griffin or call 843-720-3886.
New Interactive Map to Help Find Free Food in Charleston County
The Lowcountry Food Bank, in partnership with the College of Charleston’s Riley Center for Livable Commuinties and the City of Charleston announced a new online, interactive Charleston Free Food Finder Map to help people in need find free food in Charleston County.
People trying to find nearby food pantries can go to https://bit.ly/chs-food-resources and type in their location. When they do, a list of food resources with available times and days for sites closest to them will be provided.
Ashland Plantation The Ashland Plantation Property Owners Association and residents have come together to provide much-needed help to Tricounty Family Ministries in the form of non-perishable food items, personal care items, and monetary contributions. Because of #GivingTuesdayNow sponsors, $976.00 of the $1,676.00 contributed by Ashland Plantation will be doubled through matching funds.
Ashland Plantation is around 100 homes strong, located in West Ashley up Highway 61 off Assembly Drive, and a member of the City of Charleston’s Neighborhood Council. Congratulations on being Charleston’s Neighborhood Spotlight!
Neighborhood Council & Commission
The City of Charleston has a unique organization for neighborhood associations which fosters greater access to the Mayor and City staff. Is your neighborhood association in the Neighborhood Council? Learn how to apply!
The Neighborhood Toolkit was created by the City of Charleston in partnership with Enough Pie, a local non-profit using creativity to connect and empower the community. The toolkit provides support and sample materials for neighborhood associations to help create and maintain dynamic and connected communities. It includes an introduction to the City team who supports neighborhood efforts, ideas for organizing neighborhood meetings, templates for materials, new ways to communicate and more. View the toolkit (PDF).