Welcome to the Town of Moncks Corner! The Town was named for its landowner, Thomas Monck, back in 1728. With our old-fashioned hospitality, southern charm and history you’ll want to visit more often or possibly stay! Come visit our historical Train Depot! It has a visitor’s center with a gift shop that has information on the Town and unique gifts. Or take a trip to Mepkin Abbey, the monastery is a very important part of our town’s history. If you are in the mood for shopping we have local shops that will satisfy your shopping needs and after all that shopping stop in one of our many local restaurants for a bite to eat. After one visit we are sure that you’ll want to come back. For more information Contact Us.
Moncks Corner, South Carolina
February 11, 2016
Moncks Corner Mayor Michael Lockliear has been named to the board of the Municipal Association of South Carolina. Mayor Lockliear will fill the unexpired term of Isle of Palms Mayor Dick Cronin who was elected to the position of third vice president of the Association. Mayor Lockliear’s appointment represents the Berkeley-Charleston-Dorchester Council of Governments area.
Formed in 1930, the Municipal Association of South Carolina represents and serves the state's 270 incorporated municipalities. The Association is dedicated to the principle of its founding members: to offer the services, programs and tools that will give municipal officials the knowledge, experience and tools for enabling the most efficient and effective operation of their municipalities in the complex world of municipal government.
THE TOWN OF MONCKS CORNER ANNOUNCES NEW POLICE CHIEF
December 22, 2015
Mayor Michael Lockliear has announced that Captain Rick Ollic of the Berkeley County Sheriff’s Department has been named the new chief of the Moncks Corner Police Department. Captain Ollic will begin his new duties as Chief of the Department on January 1, 2015.
Captain Ollic is currently the Captain of Special Investigations with the BCSD and is charge of managing cold case homicides and developing strategic plans to uncover key evidence in an effort to promote justice.
Captain Ollic has been with the BCSO for twenty nine years and has served in the capacities of Chief Deputy, Major of the Operations Division, Chief of Investigations, Patrol Deputy Lieutenant, and Patrolman.
He has attended the FBI Academy training for Executive Level Managers in addition to overseeing and managing over 100 homicide investigations. In addition, Captain Ollic has attended many classes covering all aspects of law enforcement.
Mayor Lockliear, in announcing Captain Ollic’s hiring said; “We are fortunate to have Captain Ollic heading our police department. In addition to his training and experience in executive levels of law enforcement, Captain Ollic brings a fresh perspective to the department. We look forward to a long and prosperous relationship with Captain Ollic heading our police force.”
Captain Ollic’s starting salary will be $66,246.
Hold to the Past... Reach For The Future
"Where Life is a little slower, a little calmer and a little bit sweeter in Moncks Corner"
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Grand Opening of the Moncks Corner Regional Recreation Complex
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MAYOR MIKE LOCKLIEAR
TOWN OF MONCKS CORNER, SOUTH CAROLINA
Being a growing and prosperous community the Town of Moncks Corner welcomes the announcement of the proposed Volvo manufacturing facility to be located in Berkeley County. Because of our close proximity to the site we congratulate our State and County officials along with Santee Cooper for the magnificent job they did in making Volvo aware of the business friendly environment we enjoy in Berkeley County and Moncks Corner. We also want to congratulate corporate officials at Volvo who made this decision for recognizing the many positive attributes our Town and County can offer this prestigious automobile manufacturer in enhancing the quality of life for all who will be associated with this great economic endeavor.
Applebee's recognition of the local Fire Departments for their recent efforts during a difficult time.
Employee of the Quarter Thelma Lewis
Firemen's Appreciation Day, June 3, 2015
We enjoyed the Chick fil-A Premier last night. Looking forward to Opening Day tomorrow April 16, 2015. Thank you Justin Clark!!!
Chamber of Commerce meeting in North Charleston with Mayor Michael Lockliear, Councilman David Dennis and Governor Nikki Haley