Aiken County Government

provides many essential and beneficial services to its citizens. The County is governed by the County Council, comprised of an elected-at-large Council Chairman and 8 members elected from single-member districts. Find out who your Aiken County Council member is, and how to contact that person. Aiken County's Code of Laws is accessible online here. Also available are the Code of Laws for the City of Aiken and the City of North Augusta. The South Carolina Code of Laws and other references are also available online. Aiken County Government's services are provided by different departments in many locations around this large County. You can contact the County staff by phone, email, or in person. Generally, County offices are open between 8:30 AM and 5:00 PM Monday through Friday, excluding holidays.

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Official Road Atlas | Update

The latest edition of the Aiken County Official Road Atlas is now available for download from our GeoServices webpage . This edition reflects information as of July 31, 2017.

Clear the Shelter!

Saturday Aug. 19, 2017 - For one day only, adoption fees are $0 from 11:00 AM to 4:00 PM.

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Total Solar Eclipse Information

At 2:41 p.m. on Monday, August 21, 2017, viewers who have gathered in areas like Columbia, S.C., will experience the longest period of 100% total eclipse for a metro area on the entire East Coast of the United States — ranging from 2 minutes and 30 seconds to 2 minutes and 36 seconds of total darkness.

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The County normally has several job openings available to qualified applicants, as do the City of Aiken and the City of North Augusta. The South Carolina OneStop Job Center offers many great resources to assist you in your search for new and better employment.

State government provides helpful information to new and existing businesses at their Business One-Stop website, their Business site at SCBOS.SC.GOV, and at the SC Department of Commerce website. Business licenses are required in some of the incorporated areas of the County, but are not required in the unincorporated areas.

  • Position: Judicial Technology Specialist
    Department: Information Technology
    Closing Date:  08/25/2017
    JOB SUMMARY:  Under general supervision, performs technical work in the coordination, installation, maintenance, and support of computer systems used in County courts.  Work involves serving as primary liaison with vendors and other organizations that provide software for court-related functions in Aiken County; managing technology projects; analyzing department technology needs and identifying solutions; developing projects; analyzing department technology needs and identifying solutions; developing training and a training plan; troubleshooting server, network, or user hardware or software problems; contacting responsible software or system organization to resolve problems; providing written or oral instructions to help users with computer functions; performing system security tasks; providing technical assistance as needed; and performing related technical and administrative work as required.  Reports to the information Technology Director.   TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE:  Requires a Bachelor's degree with four to five years experience in computer science, information systems management, or related services; or an equivalent combination of education, training, and experience that provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities.

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