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The South Carolina Association of Counties (SCAC) is the only organization dedicated to the statewide representation of county government in South Carolina. Located in the state's capital of Columbia, SCAC is a non-partisan, non-profit association that strives to Build Stronger Counties for Tomorrow by working with county officials to provide education and training, legislative reporting, research and technical assistance. is the primary internet resource for information about South Carolina's counties and issues affecting county government. The website is a dynamic tool that provides access to information about our services, conferences, legislative initiatives, research, training opportunities, financial programs and publications. Visitors can also access general information for all 46 counties—including contact information for county officials, links to county websites, job announcements and statistical tables that address frequently asked questions about county government. To send comments about the site, please click the "Contact" link at the top of any screen.  


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SCAC's 51st Annual Conference Registration is Now Open

Held in August, this conference is open to all elected and appointed officials. The conference includes educational programs, workshops, group meetings, business and general sessions, and exhibits of vendor products and services.

Hilton Head Marriott
Aug. 5–8, 2018 (Sun.–Wed.)
Institute of Government — Aug. 4–5, 2018

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Resource Considerations for Planning and Zoning Officials

Thursday, May 17, 2018 from 9:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
S.C. Bar Conference Center
1501 Park St, Columbia, SC  29201

This interactive webcast will fulfill the three hours of continuing education required annually for planning and zoning officials/employees. In order to receive credit, county officials/employees must participate in a group or classroom setting; and an on-site coordinator must confirm their attendance.

  • Bonnie Ammons,S.C. Rural Infrastructure Authority
  • James Chatfield,S.C. Community Loan Fund
  • John DeLoache,S.C. Association of Counties
  • Tracy Hegler, AICP, Richland County
  • Norman Levine, Ph.D.,College of Charleston
  • Jacob Lindsey, AICP, City of Charleston
  • Jeff Parkey, Ph.D., AICP, Anderson County
  • Andrea Pietras, AICP, Charleston County
This webcast will address topics such as financial resources and planning assistance available to South Carolina communities. Participants will also receive an update on state and federal issues and development considerations for water resources. The webcast agenda is available here.
Highlights include:
  • The S.C. Chapter of the American Planning Association’s Planning Assistance Program;
  • Financial resources available from S.C. Rural Infrastructure Authority and S.C. Community Loan Funds;
  • Strategies for short-term rentals; and
  • Tips for successful board/commission member recruitment and onboarding.
Attend via the internet or
join our studio audience in Columbia
To participate: 
  1. Identify a coordinator to be the official contact for your county or department.
  2. Reserve a conference room/ classroom and equipment. The webcast can be viewed in any room with internet access through a laptop connected to an LCD projector/external speakers.
  3. Publicize the webcast and encourage attendance. 
  4. Register online by Wednesday, May 10, via Instructions and handouts will be sent to the coordinator by e-mail prior to the webcast.
Questions? Please contact Anna Berger at 1-800-922-6081 or via