Emergencies: Dial 9-1-1
205 W Howard St Suite 2
P O Box 327
Dillon, SC 29536
Hours of Operation:
8:30 am-5:00 pm (Monday-Friday)
The mission of the E9-1-1 Address Information Department is to maintain the most highly accurate E9-1-1 Emergency Phone System in the State of South Carolina. The E9-1-1 Address Information Department will continue to provide the citizens of Dillon County with correct addresses and to name the roads.
Plans, develops, schedule and coordinates all phases of the E9-1-1 Administration Office, which includes maintaining database, issues addresses, assigning of street names, coordinating data to the postal service and telephone company.
Continue to perform daily E9-1-1 functions (i.e., addressing, database maintenance, etc.)
Frequently Asked Questions:
Q. What do I need in order to get a 9-1-1 address?
A. You will need to have the 4 corners of the residence, not the property staked off and visible from the road
Q. What constitutes naming a private road?
A. There must be 3 or more separate dwellings down the same driveway.
Q. Do I need to post my 9-1-1 address?
A. Yes, this is very important! State law requires you to post the numbers on BOTHsides of your mailbox AND your residence.
Q. Who do I call if my road sign has been stolen or knocked down?
A. Call 843-774-1458 and we will pass this information on to the Dillon County Maintenance Department. People that are removing the signs do not realize they are tampering with traffic control device and someone’s life could depend on that sign.