Counties in South Carolina

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South Carolina (Sunshine Review) has 46 counties.

County website evaluations

Main article: Evaluation of South Carolina county websites
  • 16 South Carolina counties put their budget information on their website.
  • 32 counties include information on their websites about public government meetings.
  • 40 include information about the county's elected officials.
  • 34 include information about the county's administrative officials.
  • 18 give information about permits and zoning in the county.
  • 18 counties put information on their websites about audits that the county government has had performed.
  • None of the counties provide information about its contracts with county vendors.
  • None of the county websites disclose whether or not they belong to any government sector lobbying associations.
  • Four county websites provide information on how to request public records using the South Carolina Freedom of Information Act.
  • Only four county websites provide some information about county taxes.

Counties without websites

As of June 2010, only two South Carolina counties do not have a website: Lee and Marion counties.

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