City of Mauldin Seeks Public Input on Community Growth

MAULDIN, SC – As the City of Mauldin continues to experience steady growth, City leaders are seeking input from local residents and business owners regarding planned developments in the community. Residents are invited to complete an online survey that includes questions about their awareness of several projects that are either underway or planned to begin soon, including Maverick Station, Bridgeway Station and others. The survey will also ask for residents’ perspectives on the communications regarding the various developments coming to the area.

“The people of Mauldin are what make it special, so as we look ahead to all the exciting things coming to this community, we want to be sure that we are both listening to our residents and determining the best ways to continue communicating proactively. We want to keep our friends and neighbors informed about all of the ways Mauldin continues to evolve as a great place to live, work and play,” said Mayor Terry Merritt. “We encourage all community members to share their thoughts with us via this survey.”

The survey will close on December 20, 2021 and can be accessed via the website at The link will also be shared with residents via their sewer bills and other City communication channels, including social media and e-newsletters.


The City of Mauldin is located in the Upstate of South Carolina and in the heart of Greenville County. It is the 17th largest city in South Carolina out of 270 municipalities and one of the fastest growing cities in the state. Mauldin was first chartered in 1890 and has grown to a population of more than 25,000. More information about the City of Mauldin can be found online at

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