Welcome

The Town of Moncks Corner is a small town in Berkeley County named for its landowner, Thomas Monck, back in 1728. With our old-fashioned hospitality, southern charm and history, you will want to visit more often or possibly stay! Come visit our historical Train Depot, Mepkin Abbey or any of our local shops and restaurants. For more information, please contact us.


Vision Statement

The Town of Moncks Corner is an attractive, thriving community which provides opportunity for its citizens and businesses while remaining safe and fiscally sound. 


Mission Statement

The Town's mission is to provide reliable, quality services, protect our citizens and property, improve the quality of life and promote development through managed growth.


Values Statement

The purpose of the Town is to provide safe, quality services, therefore customer service, and professionalism are the highest priorities. For everyone we meet, we are the Town of Moncks Corner. In everything we do, we will look the part, act the part and do our part.

 

In order to limit the spread of COVID-19, the Town of Moncks Corner has made the following changes effective immediately:

  • All previously scheduled public meetings have been cancelled. Council Meetings will be held via Zoom.
  • All Moncks Corner Recreation Spring sports, activities, programs and other events are cancelled.
  • All Municipal Court proceedings, including jury trials, are postponed until further notice. Court payments, permit applications, and business license payments will be taken at the drive through at the Municipal building.
  • Essential activities like police, fire, garbage and other operations will continue without interruption. The Town will continue to closely monitor this situation and will update the public by social media and our website.

We encourage all residents to continue to follow all recommended preventive measures, to include:

  • Wash hands thoroughly and often.
  • Avoid touching eyes, nose, or mouth with unwashed hands.
  • Avoid contact with sick people.
  • Stay home while you are sick and avoid others.
  • Cover mouth/nose with a tissue or sleeve when coughing or sneezing.