The Five Points Association today announced the official launch of their updated website:  The overhauled site includes additional features and information and will remain up-to-date with upcoming events, news, announcements and new additions to Five Points.
In partnership with Pegasus Web, the Five Points Association worked to showcase all the treasures Five Points has to offer, integrate new features, and incorporate new content for visitors.  In four simple categories you’ll find a wealth of information on Columbia’s “original village neighborhood.”

Destination – Here you’ll find public art, community projects, landmarks and things to find, history and maybe even a sneak peek of what’s next!

Community – A comprehensive library of news, press releases, people, stories and more of Five Points in the community.

Support Local – Adding both a business directory and an interactive map, you can find any business in Five Points; by name, location, category and more.

Five Points – Learn more about the Five Points Association, its mission and additional information.

“The launch of the new Five Points website is something our team is extremely excited about.  There’s so much we wanted to share about all the things Five Points has to offer and worked diligently to structure it simply and intuitively for ease of use,” noted Kelsey Hennighan, Five Points Association Executive Director.  “We are looking forward to the continuation of added content and some additional features, but most of all, to go live!”

You can access the new site at Or follow on social media @fivepointssc.

About the Five Points Association

As an advocate for the district’s businesses, the Five Points Association strives to guide development and improvements that will enhance the vitality of Five Points.  The FPA also works diligently to promote Five Points to Columbia and beyond while cultivating inclusivity internally as a neighborhood.  Evident by over 100 years of history, viability and recognition as an iconic locale, the success of Five Points would not be possible without the reciprocating support between the neighboring businesses, support staff, partners and companionship of the City of Columbia and Richland County.

While fostering those relationships, supporting the businesses, and continuously showcasing Five Points and its treasures, the Five Points Association and its Board continue the beautification, collaboration and development efforts to empower growth, upholding the historic legacy of Columbia’s original village neighborhood.

About Pegasus Web –

Pegasus Web Productions, LLC was created in 2006 by Patrick and Karen Hedgepath. Pegasus Web Productions, LLC prides itself on making quality web sites for any type and size of company. We specialize in helping companies put forth a professional Internet presence and grow that into a vital business tool. Our courteous staff enjoys helping to empower companies to use the tools of the trade and to make their online presence something we can both be proud of. If your company is not successful then we are not successful.