Anderson County South Carolina - Named
for Revolutionary War leader Robert Anderson, Anderson boasts a mild climate
with four distinct seasons, a vast lake and a thriving economic
and cultural community. Located along Interstate 85, midway between Atlanta, Ga. and Charlotte, N.C., Anderson County is home to 55,950-acre
Hartwell Lake, a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers lake with nearly
1,000 miles of shoreline for residential and recreational use.
Anderson is within sight of the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains
and is a morning drive from the Atlantic Ocean beaches of
Myrtle Beach and the Grand Strand. Its communities have a small-town
feel that make people want to stay. But the area, with one of the
lowest costs of living in the United States, is a thriving
industrial, commercial and tourist center.
For more information about Robert Anderson, click here.
County Office Hours:
Monday-Friday, 8:30 am - 5:00 pm
(exceptions are holidays & inclement weather delays/closings)
Online Mapping System is an interactive overhead look at
County's GIS Data. Here you can find property Information, along with
important countywide road and boundary data. For questions relating to the property viewer ONLY - Contact GIS
DHEC Bureau of Air Quality (BAQ) Ground Level Ozone Forecast
the summer months the South Carolina Department
of Environmental Control's (DHEC) Bureau of Air Quality
(BAQ) provides a daily Ground Level Ozone Forecast. The
Forecast is available by following the link below. The
link will open a new browser window.
Certificate of Appreciation to Anderson County Council
This was given in appreciation for the support from County Council.
By: Anderson County Board of Education District Three
Department: County Council
General Information: The
two fast-growing metropolises (Atlanta and Charlotte) offer business
opportunities, international cultural events and national sports teams
just two hours
County has a strong manufacturing base. Its retail businesses draw
shoppers from throughout the region. The city of Anderson, with a population
of 25,514 (2000 Census), is the county seat. The county, with a population
approaching 180,000 has 777 square miles and includes the cities of Belton,
Honea Path, Iva, Pelzer, Pendleton, Starr, West Pelzer and Williamston.
Clemson University is just 20 minutes from the city of Anderson, offering
a wide variety of sports as well as cultural and educational opportunities.
Anderson County is a progressive, growing community filled with friendly
people who welcome newcomers with characteristic Southern hospitality.