Between Public Safety, Parks and Recreation, Public Works, Public Transit, and other functions and services, the City operates out of more than a dozen buildings. As you can imagine, keeping all those buildings maintained and in good condition is a nearly round-the-clock, 365-day-a-year endeavor. These are buildings that City taxpayers own and their appearance makes a statement to visitors and residents alike about our community's level of pride and the professionalism of its municipal workers.
Remember: these buildings belong to you. Therefore, if you have a concern about any City building's appearance or if you see an item in need of repair or attention, contact Tony McAbee at (864) 596-2107 or email@example.com.
City buildings include:City Hall145 W. Broad Street Downtown Memorial Airport500 Ammons Road SPARTA Passenger CenterNorth Liberty Street Public Safety Crime Prevention298 Magnolia Street Public Works801 Union Street Traffic Engineering189 John B. White Blvd. Public Works Transfer Station305 W. Henry Street SPARTA Maintenance Facility150 Airflow Drive