The parks department maintains nearly 20 city parks and over 1,000 acres of grass along our city’s streets and highways.
Want to know where your nearest city park is located? Have a look at our map!
Our streets department is responsible for the maintenance of approximately 38? miles of streets, as well as city-owned sidewalks, alleys, and parking areas.
Camden is proud to be a Tree City USA for over 25 years! Trees help to form our city-wide forest, which is the combination of all vegetation (trees, shrubs and turfgrass) within our community. Our parks and green spaces allow citizens and visitors to form connections with nature. Our community forest provides shade, energy conservation, stormwater management, air pollution filtration, bird and wildlife habitat, aesthetics and much more!
Have questions about trees on your property?
View our Tree Species Selection and Planting List.
Request a Tree Check via our Connect Camden SC app or by submitting this Tree Exam Form via email or in person at City Hall, to the attention of City Manager Jon Rorie. The site visit is free of charge within the city limits. If your concern is urgent, please call the Parks & Streets Department directly at 803-425-6045.
Submit a Tree Permit application if you or your organization has a need or desire to remove, prune and/or plant trees on public property, including City-owned rights-of-way or South Carolina Department of Transportation (SCDOT)-owned rights-of-way. You may submit the application via email or in person at City Hall, to the attention of City Manager Jon Rorie. The application may require review by the Parks & Trees Commission.