Welcome to Shandon
Welcome to the Shandon Neighborhood website. Shandon is one of the largest in-town neighborhoods in Columbia, South Carolina. Shandon is located near the business and shopping districts of Five Points, Devine Street, and Rosewood Drive. With mature trees, wide streets, sidewalks, parks, and beautiful homes, Shandon is a wonderful place to live.
Upcoming Shandon Events 2017
Easter Egg Hunt - Apr 15 (Emily Douglas Park) the Hunt begins at 9:00am
Fill The Red Truck - May 20,21 (corner of Heyward & Holly), collects donations for Columbia Animal Shelter
National Night Out - Tuesday Aug 1 (Sims Park). Starts at 6:00pm
Turkey Trot - 36th annual race - Nov 18
Homes for the Holidays Christmas Tours - a shared event with Hollywood-Rose Hill - Sunday Dec 3
Dreher High athletic facility upgrades - plan presented
WEST NILE VIRUS - Advice to Shandon residents...
Walk Bike Columbia - city planning study
Off Campus Students - Tips and useful info
Absentee Landlord Ordinance - took effect October 2016.These door hangers can inform new neighbors and landlords of neighborhood expectations. Contacts-Code Enforcement 545-3430 M-F business hours, Police 252-2911 after hours; litter/garbage call Solid Waste 545-3800.
SCE&G upcoming Utility Tree Trimming Public Meeting. The meeting will be held on Wednesday January 25 at City Council Chambers (third floor of City Hall) from 6pm-7pm. More meeting details click here...
Tree Trimming Activities As Scheduled for 2017
Utility tree trimming work is being conducted in Shandon over the next 2 or more weeks. The work will be completed by an SCE&G contractor, Tree Inc or Asplundh. Some of the work will occur behind homes. If anyone is concerned about leaving rear gates unlocked or having pets in their back yard, please notify SCE&G before arrival. For additional information regarding utility tree trimming click here and also here. Citizens with specific questions or concerns should contact Forestry and Beautification at 803-545-3860 or SCE&G at 1-800-251-7234 to meet and discuss in advance of the work being completed.
The purpose of the trimming activities is to increase safety and reliability of the electric service. SCE&G reports an 89% improvement in reliability in vegetation related outages in areas where trimming is completed compared to a year ago. The trimming guidelines include removing vegetation within 8-12 feet below and beside the power lines and up to 20 feet above the power lines.
Columbia City Contact: Sara Hollar, Forestry and Beautification at 803-545-3860
Also see Homeowner Response in "News & Events": an Aug 22 letter regarding trimming activity.