MAULDIN WELCOME CENTER
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The Mauldin Chamber of Commerce also serves as the City of Mauldin Welcome Center. Our purpose is to be the hub that provides newcomers, businesses and the community the information they need in order to have the best experience possible. We are a resource, a partner and an advocate.
Our Welcome/Visitor Center provides the following:
Information on display (provided by our members) to share with newcomers and visitors
Directory with information on area schools, churches, utilities, city government & state government, which includes all the key information needed when moving to Mauldin.
Chamber member marketing material
Resources for those seeking to start a business in Mauldin
Notary services for members/certificates of origin for businesses
The Welcome Center takes phone calls from all over from people who have researched the area and are very interested in Mauldin. We mail relocation packets full of area details to many cities across the United States. Many who call for information stop by to meet us!
We are committed to the City of Mauldin and its residents. Every year, we plan and host many events that are open to the community. You can check out our calendar here.
The Greater Mauldin Chamber of Commerce & Welcome Center
101 East Butler Rd, Mauldin, SC 29662 | Phone: 864.297.1323 | Fax: 864.297.5645 | email@example.com
Hours: Monday - Thursday: 9am - 4pm and Friday 9am - 12pm
Mauldin is a city located in Upstate South Carolina, and is part of the Greenville County. With a 2020 population of 25,327, it is the 20th largest city in South Carolina and the 1517th largest city in the United States.
Mauldin ranked 5th in the list of the safest cities in South Carolina, according to the National Council for Home Safety and Security, a home security trade association. Mauldin also has the lowest property taxes in all of Greenville County.
Mauldin is a place full of hidden gems. From restaurants to annual events, you'll always find something to do. Most of the events hosted in Mauldin are family oriented and free.
If you are in town, and want to stop by for a chat, we'd love to meet you.
The Mauldin Welcome Center is located at:
101 East Butler Road
Mauldin, SC 20662
Phone: 864.297.1323 | Fax: 864.297.5645
Monday - Thursday: 9am - 4pm
Friday 9am - 12pm
To learn more, visit the City of Mauldin website:
Mauldin offers many entertainment options throughout the year. From our annual Egg Drop at Sunset Park to our traditional Christmas Parade on West Butler and Beachin' Fridays, people from near and far join us every year. Here, you'll also find some of the best local restaurants and parks.
Children have many great playgrounds to choose from, including an enclosed, accessible and sensory playground for special needs kids. Our five parks have numerous picnic areas, basketball courts, baseball fields, picnic shelters and trails. Speaking of trails, recently, Mauldin became a part of the Swamp Rabbit Trail extension, which will include a pedestrian bridge over Interstate 385! Currently, this trails is 22 miles long and connects Travelers Rest to Greenville. Bordering Mauldin is Conestee Park, which is the home of a 45,000sqft dog park, Greenville Little League, Greenville Dirt Series, and the annual Get Out Greenville festival.
Mauldin also offers many youth and adults sports programs. Our City is the proud home to The Mauldin Miracle League, an organized youth baseball league for athletes have physical & developmental challenges.
In October of 2020, Mauldin's Ray W. Hopkins Senior Center reopened its doors after going through a renovation. The building meets the ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) requirements and along with hallway widening, kitchen and bathroom renovations, it has gained an elevator.
Egg Drop | National Night Out | Pizza, Blues & Jazz Festival | Arts Market
Farmers Market | Beachin' Fridays | Trains, Trains and more Trains
Sooie BBQ Festival | Public Art Trail | MemberFest
Tree Lighting | Christmas Parade
To know more about what Mauldin has to offer, click on the logos below:
The Mauldin Cultural Center promotes several entertainment options throughout the year, from plays like Frozen Jr., to our well sought after Beachin' Fridays and Sooie BBQ Festival.
You can visit their website to find out more about upcoming events:
The Mauldin Recreation Department has many youth and adult programs.
Baseball/Softball | Mauldin Miracle League | Basketball | Cheerleading | Flag Football | Golden Strip Football League | Lacrosse | Golf | Sports Camps
5-on-5 Basketball | Softball
Silver Sneakers - Contact the Mauldin Sports Center for details.
Check out the Ray W. Hopkins website for all senior programs.
You can visit their website to find out more about programs:
RETIREMENT | ROLLOVERS
Edward Jones Investments
7 Henderson Rd, Greenville, SC 29607
BRANDING | LOGOS | WEBDESIGN
Bright Graphic Design
INFANTS - 12 YEAR OLDS
Big Blue Marble Academy
715 N Main Street, Mauldin, SC 29662
LIVING IN MAULDIN
To locate underground lines, contact Palmetto Utility Protection Services at 811 or (888) 721‑7877
Charter Communications: (888) 438‑2427
AT&T U-verse: (800) 288‑2020
Duke Energy: (800) 777‑9898 or (800) 769‑3766; ‑energy.com
Laurens Electric Co-op Inc.: (800) 942‑3141;
Piedmont Natural Gas Co.: (800) 752‑7504;
AT&T: (888) 757‑6500;
Charter Communications: (888) 438‑2427;
Greenville Water System: (864) 241‑6000;
Mauldin Post Office: 498 N. Main St., (864) 288‑1831
Greenville County Schools: (864) 355‑3100;
Auto registration and driver’s license: (803) 896‑5000
GOVERNMENT AND AGENCY INFORMATION
Mauldin City Information
City Hall: (864) 288‑4910
Mayor: Terry Merritt – (864) 270‑2377
Council Seat 1: Taft Matney – (864) 505‑8866
Council Seat 2: Carol King — (864) 787‑6614
Council Seat 3: Jason Kraeling
Council Seat 4: Michael Reynolds – (864) 288‑4910
Council Seat 5: Dale Black – (864) 288‑6538
Council Seat 6: Diane Kuzniar – (864) 915‑7987
City Hall Staff: (864) 288‑4910
City Administrator: Brandon Madden – (864) 289‑8890
Finance Director: Holly Abercrombie – (864) 289‑8895
Building and Zoning: (864) 234‑3475
Community Development Director: Van Broad – (864) 289‑8903
Economic Development Planning Coordinator: David Dyrhaug –
Human Resource Director: Mark Putnam‑ (864) 289‑3287
Fire Department: Bill Stewart, chief – (864) 289‑8925
Police Department: Bryan Turner, chief – (864) 289‑8906
Animal Control: Shaun Garrison‑Shields – (864) 289‑8974
Public Works Director: Matthew Fleahman – (864) 289‑8891
Recreation: Joe Lanahan – (864) 335‑4850
Cultural Affairs Coordinator: Keira Heider – (864) 335‑4862
Business Licenses: Julie Patton (864) 234‑3475
Municipal Clerk: Cindy Miller – (864) 289‑8894
City Administrative Judge: Angela Martin – (864) 289‑8907
Court Clerk/Records: Gloria McCullough – (864) 289‑8898
Parks and Recreation: Michael Wedin – (864) 288‑3354
Sanitation Department: Jeff Bigham – (864) 289‑8904
W. Jack Greer Library of Mauldin: (864) 277‑7397
Greenville County Information
Greenville County Health Department: (864) 282‑4100
Greenville County Magistrate for Simpsonville: (864) 963‑3457
Greenville County Recreation District: (864) 288‑6470
Greenville County Sheriff’s Office: (864) 467‑5300
Greenville County Tax Collector: (864) 467‑7050
Greenville County Zoning Administration: (864) 467‑7425
Greenville County Library: (864) 242‑5000
Department of Social Services: (864) 467‑7700
American Red Cross: (864) 271‑8222
S.C. Department of Revenue: (864) 241‑1200
Voter registration: (864) 467‑7250
ENTERTAINMENT, INFORMATION AND RECREATION
Mauldin Cultural Center:
Bon Secours Wellness Arena:
The Peace Center:
Greenville Symphony Orchestra:
TD Convention Center:
Greenville County Museum of Art:
Younts Center for the Performing Arts:
Sports and Recreation
Mauldin Recreation Department: (864) 288‑3354
Mauldin Sports Center: (864) 335‑4875
Ray W. Hopkins Senior Center: (864) 234‑3488
Greenville Drive Baseball: (864) 240‑4500;
Greenville Swamp Rabbits: greenvilletriumph.com
GHS Family YMCA: (864) 963‑3605
Program Center – GHS: (864) 963‑3608
Visit Greenville SC: (864) 421‑0000:
The Greenville News (daily):
Simpsonville Sentinel/Mauldin News (Monthly):