Traffic Calming Request Process 23 August 2019

Traffic Calming Request Process

Adopted by Council August 19th, 2019

Click here to download the Traffic Calming Request Process, adopted by City Council on August 19, 2019.

Clemson Named Safest City in SC 13 June 2019

Clemson Named Safest City in SC

South Carolina’s 20 Safest Cities of 2019 10 April 2019

South Carolina’s 20 Safest Cities of 2019

City of Clemson Ranked # 3

SafeWise released the fifth annual Safest Cities report. Here are the 20 Safest Cities in South Carolina for 2019.   City of Clemson Ranked # 3.

ARRESTED: Justin Ryan Collins and Tristan Leighann Gambrell 29 October 2018

ARRESTED: Justin Ryan Collins and Tristan Leighann Gambrell

On the afternoon of October 27, 2018, officers of the Clemson City Police Department conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle in the city for travelling 29 miles an hour above the posted speed limit. The vehicle was occupied by Justin Ryan Collins, 25, of Townville and Tristan Leighann Gambrell, 20, of Westminster. During the course of the traffic stop officers noted the odor of marijuana and items commonly associated with drug use inside the vehicle. Further investigation revealed an unlawfully carried handgun which was listed as stolen from Greenville County, 377 grams of Marijuana, .6 ounces of THC wax, scales, and $16,000 in cash. 

Both Mr. Collins, and Ms. Gambrell were arrested for Possession with Intent to Distribute Marijuana, Unlawful Carry of a Handgun, and Possession of Stolen Goods. Both have since been released on $26,000 bonds. 

Gameday Road Closures 13 August 2018

Gameday Road Closures

Beginning with the first home CU football game verses Furman, College Avenue will be closed to vehicular traffic between Keith St. and Hwy. 93 on Friday nights during the time of 9:00pm to 3:00am.  Over the past years the Clemson downtown area has become increasingly more populated with both pedestrian and vehicular traffic on Friday nights prior to the Saturday home game.  In an effort to promote better pedestrian safety this change is a must.  THE CITY ORDINANCE OF NO OPEN CONTAINERS IS STILL IN PLACE. This change is ONLY to promote pedestrian safety.  CAT buses will reroute their pick up and drop off during the time frame to take place at College Ave. and Hwy. 93.  At 2:00am CAT buses will then be placed in front of both Tiger Town Tavern and The Study Hall to load for passengers leaving the downtown area.

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