About Williamston, SC

Nestled in the Foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains in the scenic Upstate, Williamston is a thriving area with industrial, commercial, and tourist activity. Its proximity to the I-85 business corridor and metropolitan areas make it a great place to live, work and play. Williamston is only 15 minutes from Greenville or Anderson, two hours to Atlanta or Charlotte, and four hours to sun at the beach or snow in the mountains. Fun is always in season with a climate that boasts 248 days of sunshine, 49 inches of precipitation, and a comfortable average temperature of 64 degrees. Indeed, Williamston is a pleasant place to spend a day, a week, or a lifetime.

Water, sewer, and trash pickup can be set up by coming to the Municipal Center. Reservations for shelters in Mineral Spring Park or meeting rooms in the Center can be made by visiting the Municipal Center. The Municipal Center is located at 12 West Main St and the phone number is 864-847-7473. Setup, termination, or payment for services must be done in person and not by phone.

The Williamston of the 21st century is known as a growing bedroom community with easy access to metropolitan areas, a moderate cost of living, and traditional family values. There are fine people, great schools, wonderful neighborhoods with few of the worries of a big city and the modern world. Come to Williamston for The Springwater Festival or Christmas in the Park — or come to stay.

Williamston Municipal Center

The Williamston Municipal Center was originally constructed by WPA labor in 1939 as Williamston High School. Then in 1953, the building became Williamston Elementary School when Palmetto High School was built. It became Williamston Primary School in 1972 when Palmetto Middle School was formed.

In 1983 the remaining primary students were moved to the new Palmetto Primary School. At that time, the building was purchased by the Town of Williamston.

The Town of Williamston is home to one of the oldest public parks in America. Research has shown that Mineral Spring Park is possibly the third oldest public park in the country.

The town also has two smaller parks. The downtown area is adjacent to recreational areas that include baseball and soccer fields, Mineral Spring Park, Mineral Spring Trail and a Veterans Park.

Geographic Information

Population: 3,992

Population: 3,992

Area: 3.668 sq miles (9.5 km²)

Area: 3.668 sq miles (9.5 km²)

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