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Current Development In Mauldin

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DISASTER LOAN ASSISTANCE

Do you need financial assistance because of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic? Federal Disaster Loans for businesses, private nonprofits, homeowners, and renters is available for you.

APPLY FOR AND RENEW BUSINESS/CONTRACTOR LICENSES AND PERMITS ONLINE

Those interested can apply and pay for permits online. Click the button to the right for online services.

APPLY FOR AND RENEW BUSINESS/CONTRACTOR LICENSES AND PERMITS ONLINE

Those interested can apply and pay for permits online. Click the button to the right for online services.

COMMONLY USED TOOLS

Loan Program

Business Licenses

Apply or Renewal Information

Annexation & Rezoning

Codes of Ordinances

Zoning Ordinances

RFPs & RFQs

Landscape Ordinance

Alternative Landscape Compliance

Board of Appeals

Property Search

Economic Development Fund

Trade Market Data

Chamber of Commerce

International Property Maintenance Code

Permits & Fee Schedules

RFPs & RFQs

Open RFPs and RFQs are posted below. All RFPs and RFQs are created under the guidelines of the City of Mauldin’s Procurement Code and Policy.

Ray W. Hopkins Mauldin Senior Center Interior Doors, Exterior Doors, and Automatic Doors Replacement | Deadline: February 21, 2024, by 12:00 p.m. EST

The City of Mauldin is soliciting a Request for Quotations (RFQ) from qualified vendors for the purchase and installation of interior doors, exterior doors and automatic doors at the Ray W. Hopkins Mauldin Senior Center.

Installation of Exterior Lighting at the Mauldin Cultural Center | Deadline: March 11, 2024, by 12:00 p.m. EST

The City of Mauldin, SC, is soliciting a Request for Proposals (RFP) from qualified contractors/firms to provide labor, material, and equipment to install new exterior lighting elements at the Mauldin Cultural Center.

Installation of Secured Door With Intelligent Locking System at the Mauldin Cultural Center | Deadline: March 11, 2024, by 12:00 p.m. EST

The City of Mauldin, SC, is soliciting a Request for Proposals (RFP) from qualified contractors/firms to provide labor, material, and equipment to install security-centric doors/frames for both the interior and exterior doors at the Mauldin Cultural Center.

DEMOGRAPHICS & LOCATION

Mauldin is located in the beautiful upstate of South Carolina. An integral municipality in Greenville County, Mauldin is centrally positioned between Atlanta and Charlotte — two of the largest and fastest-growing metropolitan regions in the United States.

Demographics

Mauldin is a progressive community of about 24,000 people.

  • The 2020 Census revealed that Mauldin was the 10th fastest growing city in South Carolina.
  • Based on 2023 Census estimates, Mauldin is the 19th largest of 270 South Carolina cities.
  • 120,000 residents within a 5 mile radius have an average household income of approximately $110,000.
  • Population in the Mauldin Trade Area (7 mile radius) is expected to grow to 250,000 people by 2028.
  • Over 90% of the Mauldin population aged 25+ has at least a high school diploma; more than 33% of the population holds a Bachelor’s Degree or higher.
  • Mauldin’s Cost of Living Index is 91.3, meaning the cost of living is approximately 9 percent cheaper than the national average
  • Housing is 25 percent below national average, Utilities are 3 percent below national average, and Groceries are 1% below national average.

Workforce

Mauldin has a highly skilled and educated workforce to offer growing businesses.

  • South Carolina is 1st in Southeast Productivity
  • South Carolina is the 3rd most productive workforce in the United States
  • South Carolina is a Right-To-Work State
  • South Carolina Unemployment insurance rate is 0.42%
  • South Carolina has the lowest unionization rate in the United States at 1.8%
  • South Carolina has one of the lowest work stoppage rates of 0.00002%, which is far below the national average of .02%

SUBDIVISION REVIEW

For developers interested in subdivision development, please see documents below and contact our office with any questions:

Preliminary Plat/Site Plan Checklist

Subdivision Application

For further questions or assistance, contact the Business & Development Department.

MAULDIN BUSINESS NEWS

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