City Hall, 107 S. Main Street, Marion

The City of Marion Administration includes the City's Administrator, Treasurer, Clerk, Personnel Director, Grant Writer & Publicist, Building Inspector and other office personnel in City Hall and in other areas of the City. The City Administrator is appointed by the City Council and is responsible for overseeing the day-to-day functions of the City. The Administrator's function is to support the Mayor.

The primary duties of the administrative staff are to oversee the daily functions of the City's government. Some of the primary duties include; (1) Creation and administration of the yearly budget, (2) Purchasing, (3) Billing, (4) Planning and Zoning, (5) Record Keeping, (6) Personnel Administration, (7) Grant Writing and Publicity, (8) Maintaining clean and sanitary streets and (9) Providing safe and fun recreational opportunities.

Administrative personnel are available to assist citizens in establishing water and sewer connections with Grand Strand Water and Sewer, and providing information on all City functions and services, to include issuing zoning and sign permits and business licenses.

We strive to make transactions with the City run as smoothly as possible. Please contact City Hall at 843-423-5961 if we can be of assistance. Or visit us on our Facebook page.

Our office hours are Monday-Friday from 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. City Hall is at 107 S. Main Street.

Administrative Personnel

City Administrator, Building Inspector: Alan Ammons

City Clerk: LaKesha Shannon

City Treasurer: Patricia T. Brown

Chief of Police: Dewyane Tennie

Fire Chief: Trey Cooper

Personnel/Purchasing Director: Elizabeth Gray

Director of Recreation: Kim EIlliott

Maintenance Superintendent: Randy Brown

Public Works Superintendent: Winky Fore

Bookkeeper: Ashley Allison

Planning & Zoning Administrative Assistant: Ainsley Sanders

Grant Writer, Publicist: Vickie Nichols