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The Aiken County 911 Addressing Division
is responsible for assigning addresses to all occupied property in Aiken County outside of the City of Aiken and North Augusta. This information is maintained in a local database and any changes or updates are entered in the Master Street Address Guide (MSAG)
administered by AT&T. All address changes are provided to the local electrical companies, AT&T, and the local Post Office. We will notify the assessor's office for the addressed parcel only. The 911 Addressing Division works closely with the City of Aiken and the City of North Augusta to coordinate addressing in their jurisdictions.
In order for us to accurately assign an address you must supply the tax parcel number and know your driveway location.
In some cases, we may need to field-verify the property in order to assign an address so allow time in your schedule for this to be completed.
Addresses are assigned by the County after you apply to Planning for a permit of any type. Planning will request the address on your behalf.
Addresses are assigned based on your driveway location. Please be prepared to supply this information to the Planning staff when you apply for your permit.
Public safety concerns may necessitate renaming or renumbering roads on rare occasions. When this happens, addresses along that road will change. If this becomes necessary, the property owner, County departments, utility companies and post office are notified of the change. The property owner receives a notification via U.S. Mail. Others receive notification via email.