Accommodations Tax Advisory Committee - Five (5) Vacancies (One applicant must have a background in the Cultural Industry; Three applicants must have a background in the Hospitality Industry; One is an at-large seat)
The Accommodations Tax Advisory Committee makes recommendations and provides advisory assistance to the County Council on the expenditure of revenue generated from the Accommodations Tax.
Various short term committees formed for a specific task or objective, and dissolved after the completion of the task or achievement of the objective.
Consisting of five (5) members, functions as a committee of ways and means to which matters dealing with general- administration and with the budget, capital improvements, taxation, and bond issues should be referred.
An advisory committee that looks at policy and regulations regarding pet ownership in the County.
Consisting of five (5) members, functions in the area(s) of general operational matters, economic development, and those matters relating to the functions and activities of the County Department of Public Works and Engineering.
The Discretionary Grant Fund Review Committee allocates financial support to organizations and agencies that carry out community-based programs and services throughout Richland County.
The Richland County Economic Development Office (RCEDO) works to assist new companies considering locating in Richland County and existing companies considering expand their operations. As the capital county of South Carolina, Richland strives to maintain a pro-business climate that allows companies to work profitably in our community.
Employee Grievance Committee - One (1) Vacancy (Applicant must be a Richland County employee)
The Employee Grievance Committee provides a structured process for employees to express their grievances with personnel policies or other actions that directly affect them.
Hospitality Tax Advisory Committee - Two (2) Vacancies: (Two applicants must be from Restaurant Industry)
The Hospitality Tax Advisory Committee reviews applications and makes recommendations to County Council regarding the allocation and distribution of the County Promotions portion of hospitality tax funds.
The Internal Audit Committee provides independent oversight and support of other departments to ensure public resources are being handled responsibly.
The Nulla Bona Committee decides which taxes are noncollectable and should be deleted from the tax rolls.
Consisting of three (3) members, functions as a review, oversight, and advisory body on the rules of County Council concerning appointments to County boards, commissions and committees. The Committee meets on an as needed basis.
The Transportation Penny Oversight Committee reviews, comments on, and provides recommendations on the Transportation Penny to Richland County Council.