Beaufort is the second oldest town in South Carolina, originally established in 1711 on Port Royal Island. In 1969, the 304-acre area comprising the original town was listed in the National Register of Historic Places and in 1973, the district was designated a National Historic Landmark.
Just as it took great planning to create Beaufort in the early 18th century, it takes great planning to protect that history while moving the city into the 21st century.
Beaufort Historic District Designated as
“Top 10 Great Neighborhood for 2013”
as part of the American Planning Association’s Great Places in America” Program
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In the Media:
Beaufort Gazette Coverage
View all APA Great Neighborhoods
Midtown Square - Southern Living Article
2017 CITY BOARD SCHEDULES:
Zoning Data now available on the County GIS. Click here for instructions.
- Complete City Zoning - March 1, 2014
- For more zoning maps click here
- Click here for form to request zoning of a property
SPANISH MOSS TRAIL ADOPTIONS
Click here for additional information.
Contact Person: Eliza Hill, City Landscape Architect
For additional information about Development/Redevelopment Opportunities, Plans & Studies, and additional Resources, click here.
For Projects Under Review, click here.
CITY OF BEAUFORT CENSUS DATA 2012
2013 AICUZ Study
AICUZ Noise Level Zones
AICUZ Accident Potential Zones
PLANNING DEPARTMENT - CONTACT INFORMATION
Physical / Mailing Address
1911 Boundary Street, Beaufort, SC 29902
Business Hours / Phone Number
Mon - Fri: 8:00 am-5:00 pm
Main Office: (843) 525-7011 / Main Fax: (843) 986-5606