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The Myrtle Beach City Council meets on the second and fourth Tuesday of each month.  The workshop is at 9 a.m., followed by the regular meeting at 2 p.m.

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Corner Icon Would you like to serve?  From time to time, City Council has vacancies to fill on various boards and committees.  To apply, send a biography and letter of interest to the City Clerk, P.O. Box 2468, Myrtle Beach, SC  29578, or bring it to City Hall, 937 Broadway Street.  

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Myrtle Beach City Hall


937 Broadway Street  843-918-1000


Myrtle Beach City Hall was built in 1949 as city hall and has been added onto several times through the years.  Early photos show just the central brick structure, with no trees around it.  Today, City Hall houses the City Manager's and City Attorney's offices, the City Clerk's office, the Planning Department, the Downtown Redevelopment Corporation and the Public Information Office.


The Mayor's Office is in City Hall, and City Council holds workshop meetings there, but regular City Council meetings are held at the nearby Ted C. Collins Law Enforcement Center.  A weekly meeting schedule is available.  The Planning Commission also meets in City Hall, although other city departments are housed in separate facilities.


The City of Myrtle Beach is a full-service community, and then some.  The city provides the complete range of traditional municipal functions, including police and fire protection, water and sewer service, solid waste and recycling collection, planning and zoning services, and parks and recreational opportunities.  The city has approximately 800 full-time staff members.


Myrtle Beach offers quite a few extras, too.  The city has 10 miles of public beach, a municipal golf course, a convention center, the only city-owned public library in the state, and a baseball stadium, just to name a few.  Of course, Myrtle Beach also welcomes literally millions of visitors each year, who come to enjoy all that our area offers.


The city operates under the Council-Manager form of government, in which City Council sets policy and hires a full-time professional city manager as chief executive officer to oversee day-to-day operations of the city and its staff.  John Pedersen is the city manager. 


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City Hall
937 Broadway Street
P.O. Box 2468, Myrtle Beach, SC 29578
(843) 918-1000   Fax: (843) 918-1028
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