City News

Mauldin City Council to Hold Public Input Meeting 

06/07/2018 Categories: City Council
The Mauldin City Council will hold a special public input meeting to discuss regulations being developed to manage Short Term Rentals in the community. The Meeting will be held on Monday, June 11th , 2018 at 6:00pm at Mauldin City Hall. We... read more

Street Closure Notification: Hickory Lane 

06/06/2018 Categories: public works
Street Closure Notification: A section of Hickory Lane in the City of Mauldin will be undergoing roadway maintenance repairs between street addresses 203 & 205. This section of road will be closed approximately 30 days until the repairs are... read more

Koops, Inc. expanding Greenville County manufacturing operations 

Automation systems producer creating 20 new jobs 
05/30/2018 Categories: economic development
Koops, Inc., a manufacturer of automation systems, is growing its existing Greenville County production operations. The company’s $2.2 million investment is projected to create 20 new jobs over the next five years. Koops, Inc. is a... read more

Mauldin getting new wellness clinic near BridgeWay Station 

05/30/2018 Categories: economic development
Palmetto Physical Medicine plans to open a new office in Mauldin, according to the Greenville News. It will be located just off Interstate 385 at Regent Park, near the site of the planned BridgeWay Station development. It will be the second... read more

City Administrator Trey Eubanks Resigns After 11 Years of Service 

Mayor Raines announced Wednesday morning that Trey Eubanks has resigned his position as City Administrator for the City of Mauldin. Council wishes Mr. Eubanks all the success in his future endeavors and all are thankful for his dedicated service to... read more

Mauldin Set for Population Spike with New Housing Development, Annexation 

05/23/2018 Categories: economic development
Mauldin is poised for another jump in population with a new housing development planned off West Butler Road. The City Council on Monday unanimously gave initial approval to the annexation of the approximately 145-acre property on which the... read more

Mauldin Sees Examples for Downtown Transformation in Atlanta Suburbs 

It may still be hard to envision, but “downtown Mauldin” is continuing to take shape — at least in concept. City officials are interviewing four to five development teams and hope to make an announcement this summer on a plan to redesign the area ... read more

Mauldin Police Department Keeps CALEA Standards 

04/30/2018 Categories: Police
The Mauldin Police Department will continue to retain their CALEA Accreditation, marking the third time the department has obtained this prestigious award. The Mauldin Police Department first attained this achievement in March of 2012. CALEA... read more

Mauldin Wins 2018 Insurify Greenest Cities Award 


Mauldin has been named a winner of Insurify’s Greenest Cities Award. Award winners were determined by a nationwide analysis of household vehicular carbon footprints, based on data submitted to the Insurify insurance comparison website.

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Mauldin Among Best Places to Jump-Start Your Career 

04/06/2018 Categories: economic development
Mauldin was featured in an article by as one of the best cities to jump-start one's career. The article explains the importance of living in an area with a growing economy, such as Mauldin. The city’s power and communication... read more
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