Below are inspection reports for Class 1, 2, 3, and S1 dams in South Carolina. The dams are organized by Environmental Quality Control office area and classification. All reports listed are from before the 2015 flooding events.
What the dam classifications mean:
C1 — Failure may cause loss of life or serious damage to infrastructure.
C2 — Failure will not likely cause loss of life but may damage infrastructure.
C3 — Failure may cause limited property damage.
S1 — S1 dams don't meet the size criteria to be classified as a C1, 2, or 3, but are still are deemed highly significant due to the potential effects downstream in the event of failure or improper operation of the dam.
The C3 files may contain information not found in the other Class categories as C3 dams underwent a special evaluation beginning in 2011 to assess their classification status.
|Aiken||Aiken C1||Aiken C2||Aiken C3|
|Anderson||Anderson C1||Anderson C2||Anderson C3|
|Beaufort||N/A||Beaufort C2||Beaufort C3|
|Charleston||Charleston C1||Charleston C2||Charleston C3|
|Columbia||Columbia C1||Columbia C2||Columbia C3|
|Florence||Florence C1||Florence C2||Florence C3|
|Greenville||Greenville C1||Greenville C2||Greenville C3||Greenville S1|
|Greenwood||Greenwood C1||Greenwood C2||Greenwood C3||Greenwood S1|
|Lancaster||Lancaster C1||Lancaster C2||Lancaster C3|
|Myrtle Beach||N/A||Myrtle Beach C2||Myrtle Beach C3|
|Orangeburg||Orangeburg C1||Orangeburg C2||Orangeburg C3|
|Spartanburg||Spartanburg C1||Spartanburg C2||Spartanburg C3||Spartanburg S1|
|Sumter||Sumter C1||Sumter C2||Sumter C3|