Welcome to Whitehall
The Whitehall Homeowners Association welcomes all residents of the Whitehall subdivision in the St. Andrews / Seven Oaks area of Columbia, South Carolina. With more than 1,200 homes, we have many opportunities to join together for neighborhood enhancement, socializing, and community projects. 

How to request road repairs 
Whitehall’s roads are a mixture of county-maintained and state-maintained. Your first step is to determine where to send your repair request. 
Q: Who maintains my road? 
Most Whitehall roads are county-maintained. But check first on the SC Department of Transportation's website. 
  • SC Department of Transportation: See the Maintenance Work Request page, https://apps.scdot.org/mwro/ (Phone 855-467-2368).
  • Enter the address in the map-search field. If you see the message, "Selected road is not a state maintained road," send your request to the Lexington County Public Works Department. 
Q: How do I request repair for a STATE-maintained road? 
On the SC Department of Transportation website https://www.scdot.org/, scroll to the bottom and click on Maintenance Work Request
Or use the direct link: https://apps.scdot.org/mwro/
Q: How do I request repair for a COUNTY-maintained road? 
On the Lexington County website https://lex-co.sc.gov/, click Departments. Then click Public Works.  
Then click Public Works Online Service Request

Are my dues paid? How do I join?
To check on your dues status, click Contact Us and ask us to look it up for you. Please be patient, it could take a few days, because the info must be checked manually, and we're all volunteers. Thanks!
To begin or renew your membership, go to the Membership page. 
By the way, you can view everything on this website without signing in. That "log in" button at the top of the screen? That's for the use of the site administrators. 

Click to JOIN or RENEW your membership in the Whitehall Homeowners Association.

Upcoming Events
Christmas Lights Judging
Sunday, December 17th
Judges will tour the neighborhood in the late-afternoon/early-evening hours of Sunday, December 17. More info here.