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On November 22, 2018
in County News
Conway, South Carolina—Horry County Government officials remind residents along the Horry and Georgetown County border that survey work continues in the areas impacted by the recent boundary issue. Residents on affected parcels may notice surveying crews and equipment in their neighborhoods over the next few weeks. For more information about the Annexation Commission and a preliminary map, visit our website.
On August 29, 2018
in County News
Conway, South Carolina – The Horry County Board of Architectural Review and Historic Preservation has developed a survey for public input for the Horry County Historic Preservation Plan. The short survey will be open through the month of September and can be found here.
In addition to the online survey, citizens can complete paper copies at the Planning and Zoning Office located in the Horry County Government & Justice Center, 1301 Second Avenue, Conway. Copies will also be available at the Horry County Board of Architectural Review and Historic Preservation meeting Tuesday, September 18, 2018, at 2:30 p.m. at the Government and Justice Center.
For more information or to request a copy of the survey, contact Lou Conklin, Senior Planner with Horry County Planning & Zoning by email or 843-915-7892.
On September 26, 2017
in County News
Conway, South Carolina – Horry County Government would like to remind residents to participate in The National Citizen Survey™ (The NCS™). The survey is designed to provide a baseline of how Horry County is serving residents, to gauge perceptions of the county and to make comparisons with peer counties/cities. A random sampling of 3,000 households chosen for the survey should have already received packets and can respond either with the provided pre-paid envelope or by the unique link in the mailing. The survey process is totally confidential and will assist Horry County in future planning.
On September 30, 2015
Conway, South Carolina – The Horry County Planning & Zoning Department has created an online survey on agriculture in Horry County, which will be available to the public for the entire month of October. The survey is designed to capture information pertaining to the understanding of needs in our community to assist the county in maintaining our agricultural heritage. The survey is designed to collect information about consumers, producers, wholesalers, local restaurants and vendors. Questions on the survey are related to everything from farmers markets to agri-tourism and agriculture regulations.
Various community meetings will also be held regarding this topic towards the end of October to encourage open discussions on agriculture, and paper copies of the survey will also be available if needed. After the results are analyzed, they will be shared at the end of the year with municipalities, community partners and others that may find the data helpful in enhancing and enriching programs in Horry County. This information will also be useful for any future updates to the Horry County Comprehensive Plan.
Please visit https://surveymonkey.com/r/HorryCountyAgriculture2015 starting October 1! For more information about the survey, please contact Virginia Norris with Horry County Planning & Zoning at 843-915-5340.
On September 4, 2015
in County News
Conway, South Carolina – Horry County Government is asking residents to participate in The National Citizen Survey™ (The NCS™). The survey is designed to provide a baseline of how Horry County is serving residents, to gauge perceptions of the county and to make comparisons with peer counties/cities.
The county contracted with National Research Center, Inc. to participate in The NCS™, an instrument that was developed in partnership with the International City/County Management Association (ICMA) in 2001 to provide counties/cities with a low-cost, high-quality method to conduct market research.
The survey centers on community livability and includes questions about the quality of life in the community, local policies, demographics, rating of local government services and resident use of services. A random and scientific sample of 3,000 households will receive invitations in the mail in early to mid-September 2015 and their confidential responses will be weighted and analyzed.
The results of this survey will be provided to Horry County Council in November 2015 at a strategic planning retreat, hosted by The Riley Center for Livable Communities at the College of Charleston. The center is assisting Horry County with its strategic planning process.
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