Public Information Officer
Jackie R. Broach, Public Information Officer
Location: 716 Prince Street, Georgetown, S.C. 29440
Phone: (843) 545-3164
Fax: (843) 545-3121
Hours: 8:30 a.m.- 5:30 p.m., Monday through Friday (except for legal holidays)
Mailing address: 716 Prince St., Georgetown, S.C. 29440
Acts as a liaison between county departments/officials and the public to ensure information regarding county activities is readily available to county residents.
- Primary point of contact for all media inquiries
- Fields questions from the public regarding county activities and operations
- In charge of the county’s monthly newsletter and other communications to the public
- Monitors materials on the county website for accuracy
- Coordinates volunteer efforts and community service partnerships
- Point of contact for scheduling presentations (for public meetings, civic group meetings, etc.) by county employees
Frequently Asked Questions:
Q: How can I stay up-to-date with what's happening in Georgetown County?
A: Georgetown County regularly posts news updates to the home page on our website, including hurricane and other emergency information. You can also stay updated via our Facebook page and Twitter account. Additionally, we put out a free, monthly e-newsletter, the Georgetown County Chronicle.
Q: What is the Georgetown County Chronicle?
A: The Georgetown County Chronicle is the county’s free, monthly e-newsletter and contains information about county activities, programs and events, as well as important announcements from Georgetown County government. It is intended for Georgetown County residents, property owners, visitors and potential new residents.
Q: How do I access the county newsletter?
A: All issues of the Georgetown County Chronicle are located under the About Us section of this website. To sign up to receive new issues of the newsletter in your inbox, send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line “Send me the Chronicle.”
Q: How much does it cost to subscribe to the Georgetown County Chronicle?
A: Nothing! The Chronicle is a free newsletter provided by the county to its residents, visitors and property owners.
Q: Can I get a county employee to speak at my group or organization's meeting?
A: Absolutely! County employees regularly speak to clubs, civic organizations and other groups on an array of topics, from recycling to planning and zoning. We love sharing all the exciting things happening in Georgetown County government with residents. To schedule a presentation, contact the Public Information Officer.