Simpsonville, South Carolina

South Carolina Greenville County Simpsonville Simpsonville is located in Greenville County. It developed in the 1820s as a stagecoach stop, and throughout its history, was periodically called Plain. The once-burgeoning town struggled during the Civil War and Reconstruction, but in 1885 lots were laid out to surround a new rail line. The Woodside Cotton Mill, established in the early 1900s, was instrumental in the town's growth, as was the installation of a large water main from Greenville.

Simpsonville is located 12 miles from Greenville. It is part of the Upstate's "Golden Strip," which also includes Mauldin and Fountain Inn and refers to a relatively low unemployment rate in the three towns. Here is a map of the Greenville area.

Simpsonville Hotels - a helpful guide - online reservations

Things To Do in Simpsonville

Simpsonville Maps, Transportation

Simpsonville Jobs, Careers

  • Jobs in Greenville - Our exclusive Greenville job board organize jobs by type of employer, company name, and area within Greenville County
  • Career Skills Now - Provides manufacturing industry job training and job placement support
  • SC Works Greenville - Job seekers can advance their career by accessing a wide array of information on training programs, education and employment services

Simpsonville Businesses

Simpsonville Businesses

For a full guide to businesses located in and around Simpsonville, please see our South Carolina Business Directory.


Real Estate in Simpsonville

Simpsonville Economic Development

Simpsonville News & Media

Simpsonville lies within the Greenville service area so the city receives much of its media coverage from Greenville outlets.

Simpsonville Government

Simpsonville Schools, Colleges, Libraries

Simpsonville K12 Schools

Simpsonville Area Colleges, Universities

Simpsonville Area Libraries, Archives

Simpsonville Churches, Medical Services, Nonprofits

Simpsonville History, Genealogy


                       
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