Neighborhood Services

Neighborhood Services Seal

The Neighborhood Services Division is a conduit of assistance and action between City of Charleston residents and the municipal government. We provide information and services to individual residents as well as ensure that concerns expressed by neighborhood association representatives reach appropriate city officials.

If you are interested in learning more about how to form a Neighborhood Association in your neighborhood, please contact Neighborhood Services Manager, email Su Griffin or call 843-720-3886.

Subscribe to our weekly newsletter to receive updates from our division about what's happening the City of Charleston. 

Citizen Services Desk

Please be advised that you may also request assistance and information online through the Citizen Services Desk or by calling 843-724-7311. For a breakdown of other key contact numbers, please see our City of Charleston Hotlines (PDF) flyer.

Alternate Side & Signed Complete Street Sweeping Program

While routine street sweeping takes place throughout the city of Charleston, several downtown neighborhoods participate in the Alternate Side and Signed Complete Street Sweeping Program. Find out if your neighborhood is in the program. Want to avoid tickets and tows? Sign up for email and text reminders!


Neighborhood Spotlight! 

Citadel Woods Crime Watch Association

Citadel Woods neighborhood is located off Highway 17 West Ashley near I-526. It is a single-family community of 144 homes. We are ideally located just 4 miles from downtown Charleston, 1 ½ miles from Citadel Mall and easy access to the West Ashley Greenway.

Our residents are of all ages, cultural backgrounds, genders, and ethnic backgrounds. Our residents look out for each other to keep all safe and the neighborhood looking good.

To learn more about Citadel Woods Crime Watch Association, click here!

Pictured above: Entrance to Citadel Woods

Citadel Woods sign

Neighborhood Council & Commission

The City of Charleston has a unique organization for neighborhood associations which fosters greater access to the Mayor and City staff. Is your neighborhood association in the Neighborhood Council? Learn how to apply!


Neighborhood Toolkit

The Neighborhood Toolkit was created by the City of Charleston in partnership with Enough Pie, a local non-profit using creativity to connect and empower the community. The toolkit provides support and sample materials for neighborhood associations to help create and maintain dynamic and connected communities. It includes an introduction to the City team who supports neighborhood efforts, ideas for organizing neighborhood meetings, templates for materials, new ways to communicate and more. View the toolkit (PDF).


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