Richland County Providing Free Training for Small, Local Businesses
The Richland County Office of Small Business Opportunity (OSBO), in conjunction with the Transportation Penny Project Development Team (PDT), is providing free courses for small and local businesses.
Pedestrian Bridge Installed at Riverbanks Zoo & Garden
The pedestrian bridge was installed by crane at Riverbanks Zoo & Garden. Visitors will soon be able to cross the railroad tracks and safely enter into the zoo.
Sidewalk Projects Underway
Richland Penny is currently constructing a sidewalk on Wildwood Street. The sidewalk project on Windover Street is near completion. Both projects have been built by a small, local business certified by Richland County’s Small, Local Business Enterprises program.
Pennies Impacting People
Richland County’s Transportation Penny Program is here to answer any questions you may have regarding the program.
Call us at 1-844-RC PENNY.
Infrastructure Upgrades in Richland County
Infrastructure upgrades throughout Richland County.
Public information meetings are held at different stages of a project and because transportation projects can significantly affect a community, public input is extremely important. Public involvement forums allow citizens the opportunity to provide ideas and comments regarding the development of a project. Keeping you informed on when and how you can be involved is critical to the success of the Richland Penny program
The Richland Penny program is a significant undertaking for Richland County and the people who live and work in it. Throughout the lifetime of the program we’ll be spotlighting the great ways these pennies will be impacting people, our local economy, small businesses and quality of life.
We’re looking for local partners and vendors who are professionals in industries from landscaping to janitorial services and construction companies to sign designers. Learn more about how the Richland Penny program can utilize you and your services and how you can become a Richland County certified Small Local Business Enterprises Program.
Knowing when a project is underway in your community will help you prepare for potential delays during your commute to and from home, particularly during a project’s construction phase.