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The Central Police Department are accepting applications for citizens to serve on a Police Advisory Board.  Please click on the the links below for information on this position.  The guidelines is the first link and the second link is the application.  If you have any question please contact Chief Steve Thompson.




Face Coverings for the Town of Central

Please click on the link below to read the Ordinance for face coverings in the Town of Central. The extension is through December 23, 2020.



Restaurants,Please let us know if you have outdoor dining available and update your hours of operation at:

New Guidelines for Disc Golf

Upon the recommended orders by SC Governor Henry McMaster, the Town of Central will reopen the Grand Central Station Disc Golf Course on Saturday, May 2 starting at 8am with certain rules and regulations in place.

1: No more than 3 disc golfers per group per hole. No Exceptions !! No more than 3 congregated around a tee box or any other area of the Disc Golf course. Groups that begin “stacking up” due to others ahead are to spread out and obey all social distancing rules and regulations applied by the state. 

2: Due to limited resources and reduced staff due to Covid 19, Bathrooms will remain closed until further notice.

3: Please avoid touching the basket when retrieving your disc to help stop the spread of disease.

4: If you have been exposed to someone with Covid19 or showing any symptoms of Covid19 or the flu, including fever, dry cough, shortness of breath, chills, muscle pain headache, sore throat, or loss of taste or smell, please do not enter the Disc Golf Course property.

The Grand Central Station Disc Golf Course will be monitored by both video surveillance and property watch. Due to protecting the safety of our Police officers, town employees, and recreation staff, violations will not be addressed but rather will force the closing of the Disc Golf Course in-order to stay in compliance with the State of SC Pandemic Orders.