Sign and Paint Replacement Program

This grant program provides funding to be used by downtown districts for replacement of exterior signage and repainting of building exteriors. Funds will be provided through an application and review process.

Farmers Markets

Your Hartsville Farmers Market is on every second Saturday Downtown on E Carolina Ave from 9 A.M. to 1 P.M. and features local produce, craftsmen, non-profit organizations, and fun food!

The new Centennial Farmers Market focuses on fresh, local food and is held every Thursday evening from 4 – 7 P.M. Come check it out at Centennial Park Downtown.

 

Gift Certificates

We offer awesome gift certificates redeemable at tons of our partner businesses in Downtown Hartsville. Gift certificates can be ordered in any amount above $10.

Downtown Block Party

The plans for our 2017 downtown concert series are coming together. All of the concerts will be on East College Ave from 6-9pm; dates and the bands are below. Keep on eye on this site and like our Facebook Page for the latest information. Contact us if you want to volunteer.

April 6: Backfire
April 13: The Tim Clark Band
April 27: The Paul Grimshaw Band


The Downtown Block Party Fall 2016 lineup included some great bands and good times! Check out our Facebook page for pictures!

The Fall 2016 Downtown Block Party Lineup included OutShyne sponsored by Raceway Automotive, PaperWork sponsored by First Citizens, and Matt Parker & The Deacons sponsored by Sonoco.

Startsville Startup Hartsville 2017

Startsville, the South Carolina Governor’s School for Science & Mathematics Foundation’s Innovation Center, is partnering with the City of Hartsville for the third annual Startup Hartsville Competition which kicks off on October 17, 2016. The competition offers funds and other incentives to help local entrepreneurs establish their own businesses in downtown Hartsville. Visit the Startsville website for details.

Treats on the Streets

Planning for the 2017 Treats in the Streets will start in the summer. Contact us if you have ideas or would like to help!


On October 27, 2016, downtown was overtaken by mummies, bats, princesses, pirates, ghosts and superheroes creeping our streets and finding treats at our downtown shops, restaurants, and businesses.

We also had a Hocus Pocus Costume Contest and Strut Your Mutt Dog Costume Contest sponsored by SPC Credit Union in Centennial Park.