The Bravo Blythewood Holiday Market sponsored by the Town of Blythewood will be held:
Friday & Saturday, November 13 & 14, 10 am to 6 pm and Sunday, November 15 from 1:00 pm to 5 pm
This Weekend in
12th, 13th & 14th
Flood Recovery Open House
Thursday, November 12
from 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm
at Longleaf Middle School
Cafeteria, 1160 Longreen Pkwy.
Residents affected by
October's devastating flooding can receive first-hand information
about flood repairs, insurance, floodplain maps and more. For
more information call 576-2060 or email email@example.com
November 18 from 11:30 to 1:00 pm
at Doko Manor
sign requirements for Blythewood town business were approved several
years ago and for non-conforming signs, they finally go into effect
January 26th, 2016. So that your business will be ready to meet
these new requirements,
the Town of
Blythewood, in partnership with the Greater Blythewood Chamber of
this important meeting. The town administrator, Gary Parker, and
the town’s planning consultant, Michael Criss, will present these
changes and take questions.
The meeting is
from 11:30am to 1:00pm at Doko Manor, includes a delicious lunch,
and is free and open to all who may have an interest in this issue!
Historical Society's timeline on occassion to get a
perspective of where we came from and where we are now. At
the recent Town Council election debate it was mentioned that
Blythewood may grow 60 % in the next 20 years. Let's go
The first telephone service was provided to
Blythewood by "Eargle Line" on US 321. This was a party
line system built by local residents using poles donated by Boyd
Fairfield Electric was started.
Blythewood Road and Langford Road were paved using
different sizes of gravel experimentally.
McNulty Road was paved.
Mr. Jolly remembers that Farrow Road, SC 555 was
All the candidates at the recent debate talked about growth.
We are still fixing our roads and looking at infrastructure!