Official Website of the Cottontown/Bellevue Historic Neighborhood Association

In the early 1900s, the Cotton Town commercial area was redeveloped as a residential community known as Bellevue.  In March 1913, Bellevue became the second suburban neighborhood annexed to Columbia.  Significant for its early twentieth-century architecture, the district was entered in the National Register of Historic Places in 1997.

May is National Historic Preservation Month

National Historic Preservation Month was started in the 1970s by the National Trust for Historic Preservation as a way to promote historic places and it has been going strong ever since!

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Spring Gathering – May 8, 2017 – 6:00 to 7:30 PM

Spring Gathering! Join your neighbors and city officials on May 8th, 2017 at War Mouth. Bring a dish to share. Tea and lemonade will be...
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New Resident Info

New to Cottontown or considering making our neighborhood your home?

Welcome! We’re glad you’ve joined us. Here’s some helpful information to orient you to historic Cottontown. Click here for more details.

City: City of Columbia

County: Richland

Zip Code: 29201

School District: Richland One

Trash and Recylcing

Pickup Schedule:

Yard Trimming: Each Monday

Household Trash: Each Tuesday

Recycling: First and Third Tuesday

Remaining 2017 Recycling Pickup Days

  • May 2nd and 16th
  • June 6th and 20th
  • July 4th* and 18th
  • August 1st and 15th
  • September 5th and 19th
  • October 3rd and 17th
  • November 7th and 21st
  • December 5th and 19th

Garbage/Solid Waste Pick Up: 803-545-3800

*Visit Columbia’s Wast Wizard here for holiday changes and other trash and recycling related information.

Emergency Contacts

Police/Fire (crime has occurred or is in progress):


Police (criminal or suspicious activity): 


Water/Sewer Emergency:

803-545-3900 (Water)

803-545-3910 (Sewer)

Gas Line Emergency:


Cottontown Business Development

Watch our neighborhood grow! Check out links to local business developments below.


Cottontown News

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