Mauldin is a beautiful city just a few miles north of Greenville. This small but growing city has much to offer its residents with great neighborhoods, schools, parks, and more!
Mauldin’s history began in 1784 with 100 acres of land that was granted to Benjamin Griffith. The city was officially named Mauldin in 1886 after Lt. Governor William Mauldin who used his influence to get the new railroad to pass through town, thus increasing economic developement.
With a population of over 25,000, Mauldin is perfect for families and nature lovers with its multiple parks, bike trails and frequent outdoor events. The city also home to a cultural center established to encourage residents and visitors to participate in artistic and cultural experiences that further develop the community.
Mauldin has had a long-standing goal to create a true downtown area for the city. Plans for Mauldin City Center are now underway with a projected open date of summer 2022. The project includes an entertainment complex, food hall, and more amenities that residents will be able to enjoy.
Mauldin is a city southeast of Downtown Greenville, and has an active community of residents who put together events such as Coffee Talk with the Mayor, theatrical performances at the Mauldin Cultural Center, and a small Farmer’s Market with local Upstate growers and children’s activities. Mauldin features great schools, friendly neighborhoods and easy access to major employers in the Upstate.