Our Public Works Department is responsible for maintaining city street and rights-of-way, our parks, walking trails and storm sewer system.
For potholes, see contact information.
Living Memorial Gardens
Canopy Tree List
Understory Tree List
Memorial Tree Fund - Through this fund, you can become a partner in the reforesting of Tega Cay. A $25 gift will plant a single tree in honor or memory of a loved one. An acknowledgement card is mailed to the person honored and contributor. Once the tree is planted, a Certificate of Dedication is also mailed. For more information, please contact Operations Director, Tim Gillette .
Our Operations Director is Tim Gillette. He has served the City since 1988 and has a Bachelor of Science degree from Penn State University. Mr. Gillette was originally hired as the City's Horticulturist and was promoted to Operations Director in 2013. As the Operations Director, Mr. Gillette oversees facility maintenance, road maintenance, landscape maintenance and storm water maintenance. He also serves on several boards for different state associations.
Chad Holland- Maintenance Superintendent
Jeremy Hutchison- Crew Foreman
Phone: (803) 548-3512
Fax: (803) 548-1400
Tega Cay City Hall
7725 Tega Cay Dr.
Tega Cay, SC 29708
Tega Cay Maintenance Facility
7268 Tega Cay Dr.
Tega Cay, SC 29708
The following roads are state owned and maintained: Tega Cay Drive, Gardendale Rd., New Gray Rock Rd., Dam Rd., Hwy. 160 and Gold Hill Rd. To report a pothole on these roads, please contact the local SCDOT office at (803) 327-6186. If you notice potholes on other roads in Tega Cay, call City Hall (548-3512).
The City of Tega Cay, in compliance with SCDHEC's Solid Waste Full Cost Disclosure regulation, paid $985,418 for residential solid waste removal from October 1, 2016 - Sept. 30, 2017. This represents $89.58 per capita.
Changes to garbage and recycle service effective Oct. 1, 2017
For Lake Ridge, Cameron Creek, Serenity Point, Stonecrest, and River Lakes (areas not located on the peninsula): garbage will be collected on Tuesdays. Recycle service will also take place on Tuesdays (bi-weekly). The first Tuesday garbage collection will occur on October 3rd. The first Tuesday recycle service will occur October 10th and will continue on a bi-weekly basis.
For the peninsula: garbage will be collected on Mondays. Recycle service will also take place on Monday (bi-weekly). However, the peninsula has been separated into two sections (A & B). Your address within the peninsula will determine which Monday you will receive recycle collection service. Please refer to the map to determine which section you live in on the peninsula. "Peninsula A" will receive the first Monday recycle collection on October 9th. "Peninsula B" will receive the first Monday recycle collection on October 16th.
Refer to the Garbage and Recycle calendar to view upcoming service days. We also send email reminders via the website's Notify Me feature. If you would like to receive an email reminder, please input your email address at this link and select the Garbage & Recycle Collection option under Calendar.
The last Friday recycle day for the City will be Sept. 29th. The new schedule will then take effect.