What are the laws on addressing? South Carolina Statute Chapter 47 Section 23-47-60 and Greenwood County Code requires all residences and businesses to properly post their assigned address within 21 days of receipt. Failing to do so is a misdemeanor and you may receive a fine up to $250.00 or be sent to jail for 30 days for every day you fail to comply.
Read the ... Greenwood County Address Ordinance document
If you own property in Greenwood County you are required by state law to properly display the correct house number that has been assigned. All structures that can be used for residential or business purposes have previously been assigned a number. State law specifies that numbers must be posted on the home or building and be clearly visible from the road. If the home or building cannot be seen from the road or is situated more than 50' from the road. Then you are also required to post the number at the entrance to you property. If you are in violation of this law you are subject to a fine. As the property owner you may also be liable if emergency medical services, fire services or Law enforcement cannot locate these properties during an emergency.
Read More ...Address Management Guidelines document
If you have any questions pertaining to your address or posting your house number please call (864) 942-8659.