COVID Vaccination April 10th
Lexington Medical Center will be conducting a Covid-19 vaccination clinic at the Batesburg-Leesville High School's gymnasium on Saturday, April 10th (second shot May 1st) from 8am until 3pm. Please follow the link below to sign-up for an appointment time.
B-L Covid Vaccine Sign-Up
Vaccination Clinic Flyer
Fats, Oils and Grease Ordinance Proposals
The Batesburg-Leesville Town Council is considering implementation of a FOG (Fats, Oils and Grease) Program dealing with commercial food preparation. Letters have been sent to local restaurant owners regarding this potential ordinance. Please see the links below for PDF documents with the Draft ordinance and program.
DRAFT Fats Oils and Grease Ordinance
DRAFT Fats Oils and Grease Program
Recycle Event April 24th
Throughout the months of March and April the B-L Fire Department will conduct hydrant testing throughout the town. If you have water quality issues (such as discolored water) please contact the B-L Town Hall at 803-532-4601.
COVID-19 or the Coronavirus has taken over headlines in 2020. The Town of Batesburg-Leesville encourages everyone to educate themselves and to protect themselves and loved ones from the impact of this deadly virus. For your information we are compiling various sources of official information from the CDC (Centers for Disease Control), South Carolina DHEC (Department of Health and Environmental Control).
The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control continues to work hard on vaccination plans. As of January 13th all South Carolinians 70 years of age and older are eligible. Please follow this link to register. Vaccine Appointment Information
Upcoming DHEC Drive Thru Covid-19 Testing
April 5th (Monday) at B-L Leisure Center from 9am until 1pm
April 12th (Monday) at B-L Leisure Center from 9am until 1pm
Below are links for DHEC and MUSC testing which are the local sponsors.
DHEC Testing Locations
MUSC Mobile Testing Locations
Message From The Mayor
A special note about COVID-19:
These are crazy times in which we are living in. I urge everyone to please take extra care during this time. We must use caution with each other as we will be depending upon each other in order to get through this. The enemy we face knows no borders, has no affiliations, and does not discriminate. This is not a B-L issue, or a South Carolina issue, or even a United States issue. This is a global pandemic and it is up to us to unite in defeating it. As human beings we must unite in fairness, kindness and courage in order to defeat this. Be safe. Reach out for help. Help a neighbor. We will come out the other side stronger and more united than ever.