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.
Police/Fire (crime has occurred or is in progress):
Police (criminal or suspicious activity):
Officer Johnson – Community Officer – 803-528-4664
Gas Line Emergency:
New Resident Info
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City: City of Columbia
Zip Code: 29201
School District: Richland One
Trash and Recycling
Yard Trimmings: Each Monday
Household Trash: Each Tuesday
Recycling: First and Third Tuesday
Garbage/Solid Waste Pick Up: 803-545-3800
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