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Slater-Marietta Community Survey Results
 Posted: 07/07/22 2:58 PM by Suzanne Terry

The Slater-Marietta survey received an impressive 238 responses, and we've got the results to show you!

You can find survey results here:
Slater-Marietta Survey Results

We will be reaching out soon with next steps for a Slater- Marietta Area Planning effort to those who provided email contact information, and information can be found at this web page, as well.


Slater-Marietta Community Survey Now Open
 Posted: 05/12/22 9:32 AM by Suzanne Terry

Folks in the Slater-Marietta area are invited to participate in a community survey, open now through June 10.  In an effort to get the word out, 1000 postcards have been mailed to area residents, inviting them to complete the survey.

Continue reading for more details. 


Slater-Marietta Community Planning
 Posted: 04/03/19 3:47 PM by Tyler Stone

Since April 2018, County Planning staff has worked closely with residents of the Slater and Marietta Communities to develop goals and action items related to projected growth and development within the area. Monthly meetings have been held since then covering such topics as transportation, recreation, housing, community appearance, litter control, code enforcement and various others. We wanted to take this opportunity to share some of the results of these exercises (see links below), as well as to invite members of the community to join the ongoing process of developing the Slater-Marietta Community Plan. Results include, preliminary conce ...


Slater-Marietta Area Plan Update
 Posted: 09/11/18 1:33 PM by Tyler Stone

On August 14, 2018 the Slater-Marietta Community met for a discussion of Transportation Issues within the Community. Mike Holden, SCDOT Engineer, was on hand to answer questions from community members regarding traffic lights, traffic calming, and other measures to improve safety along U.S. Highway 276. Additional discussion centered on the quality of the existing tennis courts and recreation fields, and the need for improved facilities. See meeting notes below. The Committee will meet again on Tuesday, September 11, 2018 at 7:00 p.m. at the Slater Hall Senior Action Center to begin developing goals, strategies, and objectives for the ...