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.
Our offices will be closed Friday April 3, 2015 in observance of Good Friday. We will reopen Monday April 6, 2015.
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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Special Recognition March 17, 2015
Ron Heyward - 38 years of volunteer service with the Moncks Corner Recreation Department
Chamber of Commerce meeting in North Charleston with Mayor Michael Lockliear, Councilman David Dennis and Governor Nikki Haley
Employee of the Quarter Walter Kinsey
Recognition of the former Building Official, Doug Smits
Recognition of the former Town Administrator, Marc Hehn
One June 6, 2014 Speaker of the House John Boehner visits
Abbie Brown at A & M Brown's BBQ
Whitesville Elementary School Stamp Design Contest
Postmaster - Kimberley Williams
Whitesville Elementary Principal - Julie Denning
Office Asst/Records Clerk - Jodi Harkins
Teachers in attendance - Casey Thompkins and Marilyn Calo
Stamp Design Winners: 1st place - Haley Donovan
2nd place - Maddie Johnson
3rd place - Jack Readdy
Honorable Mention - Haylee Hunnicutt
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