Due to a power outage, all offices in the Park Plaza building are closed.  The affected departments are as follows:

Solicitor - closed - some staff operating in Greenwood County Courthouse
Coroner - office closed - staff operating on an on-call basis
Voter Registration - office closed
Public Defender - office closed
Lake Management - office closed 
Human Resources - office closed
County Administration - office closed but taking emergency calls at 942-8507
Victim's Advocate - office closed - staff operating from the Sheriff's office
Drug Enforcement Unit - office closed - staff operating from the Sheriff's office
Treasurer - office closed
Probation - office closed

As Monday, January 20th is a holliday, offices will reopen on their normal schedules on Tuesday January 21st.  

Election Day Information

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There are 50 Voting Precincts within the County.

Your precinct and the location are listed on your voter registration card. If you lose your card, call us and we can tell you what precinct you are assigned to, or, visit the website below:

If you need a map to the location of your precinct, click here for Precinct Maps.


The polls are open from 7AM to 7PM on Election Day.

Voters must present one of the following forms of identification in order to vote:


  • SC Driver's License
  • SC ID Card issued by DMV
  • Military ID issued by the Federal Government
  • Passport
  • SC Voter Registration Card with Photo
  • Concealed Weapons Permit



    For information on how to vote on the voting machines please click here.


    Assistance in marking a ballot is allowed, if the voter is blind, illiterate, physically handicapped, or because of age. If you need assistance, you may choose anyone, except an employer, an agent of an employer, or an officer or agent of your union.

    If your precinct is not handicapped accessible, you may vote curbside at your precinct. This service is available for voters who cannot stand in line because of a disability.

    You may also vote by absentee ballot.


    Failsafe voting is a terminology used when a voter has moved and not changed their address with the Voter Registration Office.

    Failsafe voting can be conducted in two different ways.

    During major elections, the voter can fill out a change of address form, at their old precinct, and vote a limited federal, statewide, and countywide ballot only.

    If the voter would prefer to vote a full ballot, it will be necessary to come to our office, so we can change your address and establish your new election districts.

    There are special failsafe regulations for each type of election that may exclude you from voting failsafe at the precinct. FAILSAFE VOTING IS ALLOWED AT OUR OFFICE FOR ALL ELECTIONS UNTIL 7:00 PM ON THE DAY OF THE ELECTION.