City News

Destination Mauldin: City wants to keep shoppers local 

"Affordability and a supportive business environment have made Mauldin, historically a bedroom community for Greenville, a magnet for a handful of creative entrepreneurs. Business owners say Mauldin's low rents, less than a quarter of going... read more

Mauldin seeks builder for new downtown 

Mauldin Community Development Director, Van Broad, released the city's vision for a walkable, mixed-used downtown. The request for proposals (RFP) released is the latest in a series of steps the city has taken to transform its city center. It... read more

Public invited to MPD reassessment information session 

Scheduled for Tuesday, Oct. 3, 5:30 p.m.
09/27/2017 Categories: Police
PUBLIC NOTICE The Mauldin Police Department is scheduled for an on-site reassessment to verify that it continues to comply with best practices and internationally accepted professional law enforcement standards. This reassessment will be... read more

Here's why Mauldin made Money magazine's top 100 places to live 

09/20/2017 Categories: education
"Mauldin broke into the top 100 with its relatively high graduation rates (84 percent), healthy job growth (6.3 percent), number of sunny days per year (221), robust median incomes (an average of $57,480), affordable home prices (an average of... read more

Mauldin Takes Key Steps to Encourage a Real Downtown 

This city of 25,000, which has grown by 66 percent since 2000 but has no downtown, now has the legal foundation for a pedestrian-friendly urban village in its midst. In a series of unanimous votes late Monday, Mauldin City Council members... read more

Mauldin Listed on Top 100 Places to Live 

09/18/2017 Categories: economic development
Mauldin has made it onto MONEY's list of 100 places to live in the US. The list considers criteria such as having a healthy economy, affordable homes, and a high quality of life. | Read List read more

Mauldin Cultural Center set to get a major makeover 

“'It looks exactly like an old elementary school cafeteria,' said Keira Kitchings, coordinator for the city’s Office of Cultural Affairs. 'You walk in and say, ‘Where’s lunch?’' But that will soon change, as a $125,000 grant from the South... read more

Mauldin Problematic Flood Areas 

The following areas may be problematic and prone to flooding. If you are in any of these areas, please follow best practices ( Hamby Drive - Drainage issues between Holston Drive and Green Pond Road. Note: This is ... read more

Duke Energy prepares for historic Hurricane Irma in the Carolinas 

Released 09.07.17
Duke Energy prepares for historic Hurricane Irma in the Carolinas Large storm expected to have impacts across both states - Company encourages customers to make plans now As forecasts increasingly predict that Hurricane Irma is expected to... read more

Mauldin stops construction in proposed downtown zone 

Mauldin has stopped all construction for 120 days in a 24-acre area near City Hall as planners sort out how to transform the area into Greenville County's newest walkable downtown. Mauldin City Council members voted on the measure — which... read more
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