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Welcome to the City of Inman, South Carolina
Located in the foothills of the Upstate, Inman is a growing community with small-town charm. Attractive neighborhoods, a historic downtown, great schools, and a perfect location—these are just a few of the qualities that make Inman a great place to live and work.
Come join us at one of our many events! Every year on the last Saturday in September, our annual Harvest Day draws thousands of visitors for food, music, and festivities. And our summer concert series in the historic downtown is always a treat on Friday nights.
So whether you're a resident, a business owner, or a visitor thinking of making Inman your home, we are here to provide you with outstanding municipal services - a vital part of any great community's quality of life.
Fall Leaf & Limb Pick-Up
ONE DAY ONLY
Saturday, November 7, 2020
The City of Inman has changed the process for leaf and brush pick up this fall. This year Green for Life (formerly Waste Industries) will have multiple trucks in the area to pick up leaves and brush on ONE DAY ONLY… Saturday, November 7, 2020
. Green for Life has requirements that MUST be followed in order to pick up at your location. They are as follows…
- All grass and leaves MUST be bagged, and tied, in paper or plastic bags.
- Brush and limbs must be bundled together no more than 18 inches in diameter and no longer
than 3 feet. Limbs may not be more than 2 inches in diameter. Each bag or bundle cannot exceed 50 pounds.
- No mattresses, brown or white goods, paint cans, tires or batteries accepted. The City will
still hold Spring Clean Up the last week of April for household trash. A second, and final,
leaf and limb pick up day will be scheduled that week.
- Everything must be placed curbside. The garbage trucks cannot come onto driveways or yards.
- Put all bags and bundled limbs out the night before on November 6, 2020.
**If you do not have your yard waste out on the morning of November 7, you will need to make
arrangements on your own for disposal. The City will not be sending trucks out for houses that missed the deadline. THIS IS A ONE DAY ONLY PICKUP!
**Yard Waste: may be leaves, brush, grass clippings, shrub and tree pruning's and green house vegetative residuals and vegetative matter resulting from non-commercial landscaping development and maintenance other than mining agricultural, silvicutural operations.
Please remember that normal trash pick-up is on Monday so we request that you place the trash
container out on Sunday evenings.
We Want to Hear from You!
Take Part in the Comprehensive Plan Public Opinion Survey
The City of Inman Council invites you to take part in the Comprehensive Plan public opinion survey. The survey is a means of soliciting input from residents, local businesses and property owners to help inform the planning process they are undertaking. It provides an opportunity for the citizens that work, live, and play in the City of Inman to provide their input on topics and issues such as community vibrancy, economic development, services, traffic, housing, and quality of life. We need your feedback on these pressing planning issues to be successful. Please take a few minutes to answer the following questions. We also encourage you to speak with City staff, planning commission members and ACOG staff about the community issues which are important to you. Thank you for your participation!
Visit the Upstate COVID-19 Information Repository
with links to local government, health organizations, K-12 and higher education, utilities, non-profits and other COVID-19 related resources.
Chapman High School Named a National Blue Ribbon School
Chapman High School in Inman was one of six schools in South Carolina to be named a National Blue Ribbon School, the state Department of Education announced Thursday.
The high school in Spartanburg School District One is one of several schools in the Upstate receiving the honor.
Two schools in Greenville County also received the recognition. They are A.J. Whittenberg Elementary School and Saint Mary's Catholic School.
The nation's highest performing schools are honored with the award each year based on "overall academic excellence or their progress in closing achievement gaps among student subgroups" on state and national assessments, according to the U.S. Department of Education.
"We are extremely proud of these six South Carolina schools that have been honored nationally for their academic excellence," State Superintendent of Education Molly Spearman said in a written statement. "This award is testament to the hard work of students, teachers, staff, and families in these communities. These six schools are models of excellence for our entire state and nation."
Across the country, 317 public and 50 private schools were given the award this year. A virtual awards ceremony will be Nov. 12-13, 2020.
The other South Carolina schools given the award this year:
Article courtesy of GoUpstate.com.
- Nation Ford High School in Fort Mill
- Ocean Drive Elementary School in North Myrtle Beach
- Rollings Middle School of the Arts in Summerville
Around the Town
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City of Inman Mayor Mayor Huff Recognizes Andrew Bell as Outstanding Citizen
A Place to Live. A Place to Love.