Columbia Releases 2024 Youth Services Guide

Columbia, SC – The City of Columbia is pleased to announce the availability of the 2024 Youth Services Guide, a comprehensive resource designed to inform parents and guardians about services and programs available to youth throughout the summer in Columbia and other parts of Richland County.

The guide highlights a variety of beneficial activities aimed at engaging and supporting the youth in the community. It serves as an essential tool for parents and guardians looking to keep their children involved in positive and enriching experiences during the summer months.

“Ensuring that our youth have access to beneficial activities this summer is a crucial step in creating a safer environment for our children. It will take a collective effort to make sure that youth will be positively engaged this summer,” said Councilwoman Tina Herbert.

The 2024 Youth Services Guide can be picked up at several convenient locations around Columbia:

  • City Hall, Public Relations, Media and Marketing Department
    1737 Main Street

  • City of Columbia Municipal Office
    1136 Washington Street

  • Columbia Police Department Headquarters
    1 Justice Square

  • Columbia Richland Fire Department Headquarters (Fire Museum)
    1800 Laurel Street

  • Hyatt Park/ Leroy Moss Multi-Purpose Center
    950 Jackson Avenue

  • Martin Luther King, Jr. Park
    2300 Greene Street

  • Pinehurst Park
    2300 Pinehurst Road

  • Woodland Park
    6500 Olde Knight Parkway

  • S. Edisto Discovery Park
    1914 Wiley Street

For those who prefer a digital version, the guide can be accessed online at the following link: 2024 Youth Services Guide.

Parents and guardians are encouraged to take advantage of this valuable resource to ensure their children are engaged in positive activities throughout the summer