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Nestled in the foothillls of the Blue Ridge Mountains, Seneca reflects the hospitality and beauty of this little corner of our great state. Since its founding in 1873, Seneca has always adapted to the ever-changing pace of life and has always strived to provide all of its businesses, residents, and visitors with an open, friendly atmosphere and a community with outstretched arms.

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Council honors Blue Ridge Bank for Property Donation
    The City of Seneca thanks Blue Ridge Bank for its recent donation of property at 416 East Main Street. At a special called meeting on Dec. 2, 2016, the Seneca City Council accepted the gift of a building and property in foreclosure from the bank, which will allow the city to grow its real estate holdings.         To further show its grattitude, at...
Senece receives Improved Building Department ISO Rating
    Seneca Receives Improved Building Department Insurance Services Office Rating. Residents should expect lower insurance rates in the future thanks to the Building Code Effectiveness Grading Classification being highly-rated in the City of Seneca                          “The Insurance Services Office, Inc. (ISO) eval...
Seneca Light and Water Mural Design Winners
    Congratulations to Jim Juras and Donna Bradley for designing the Mural at Seneca's Treatment Facility. Bob Faires and Steve Fletcher of Seneca Light and Water presented the winner's their checks.        Steve Fletcher, Jim Juras, and Bob Faires Steve Fletcher, Donna Bradley, and Bob Faires  
Coats For Kids
The Second Annual Coats for Kids event is on January 14th from 10:00am to 2:00pm at the Shaver Complex. The event collects coats for the children/youth in need in the local area. Through generous donations, Coats for Kids gave away more than 300 coats last year to youth in the community! If anyone would like to donate this year, they are taking New or Gently UsedCoats, Hats, Gloves, Scarves and wa...
Think Oconee!
"Think Oconee!" is an initiative created to focus local spending habits, support the county's businesses and to celebrate what makes Oconee County special! Its objectives are to emphasize what makes Oconee County great, to educate citizens on their global impact, to localize spending, and to deepen connections within the community. "Think Oconee!" is part of the Destination Oconee initiative of th...
Western District Champions
Congratulations to the Gilbert Team for winning their regular-season city and county championship this year. They had a flawless record going 15-0 for the season. This a great achievement for this young group of athletes ROSTER: Jeb Crooks, Marvin Galindo, Joel Galindo, Austin Holder, Ethan Ibarra, Teagan McAuley, Xander Meleca, Eric Metzel, Brody Moore, Bruce Moore, Kyler Moorhead, Jude Owens, Na...
Local Hero Saves Life of Teenager
Seneca Police Officer Staff Sergeant Ross Ragsdale saves the life of a young teenager at The El Alazan Mexican Restaurant. The boy came into the restaurant for lunch when started choking. Luckily, A group of Seneca's police officers were there at the time of the incident. Staff Sergeant Ragsdale performed the Heimlich maneuver to save the boy's life and escorted him to the bathroom to ensure he wa...
Community Outreach: Tribble Center
Lt. Lisa L Williams, Sgt. Dwayne Kelley, Capt. Robert Tribble, and Cpl. James Dickert visited the Tribble Center to give back to the community. The officers who went on the outing reported having a wonderful time with some amazing people. In the words of Lt. Lisa L. Williams, "I grabbed several of our SPD guys and we went to the ARC of the Tribble to visit our Friends!! There were a LOT of other F...
National Disabilities Awareness Month celebrated at SC Vocational Rehabilitation Department in Seneca
National Disabilities Awareness Month celebrated at SC Vocational Rehabilitation Department in Seneca A hidden gem in Seneca is getting some long-overdue exposure this month as October is National Disability Awareness Month. Disabilities cover an array of things, from physical to mental, and dispite these challenges the South Carolina Vocational Rehabilitation Department is assisting people to ga...
Wild Hearts Equine Therapy Center
“HOPE THROUGH HORSES” Professional horse trainer and riding instructor Jessica Fry founded Wild Hearts Equine Therapy Center. Trained in globally recognized practices for equine-assisted therapy, she – along with her staff members – offer customized programs that incorporate a variety of methods that include riding and the basics of natural horsemanship. While evaluating a new program for veterans...
The Mayors Business Spotlight - United Way 2016
Mayor Dan Alexander Salutes United Way A Community Landmark Providing Education on Health, Financial Stability and Independence in the Upstate of South Carolina. You may have to download a Vimeo player from your app store for certain Mobile Devices Previous Spotlight Businesses: Four Paws Only United Way NEA Reading Proclamation Blue Mountain Media The Lions Club LRM Services ...
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