Fire, Police, Ambulance, Rescue Squad: 911
Main Post Office: 250 South Church Street: 864-585-0301
- Spartanburg County Social Security Office: 1-866-701-6620
Employment Service Information
- Spartanburg Water: 864-582-6375
- Piedmont Natural Gas Company: 864-576-5588
Propane & Gas
- AT&T: 1-888-957-6500
Spartanburg County is home to seven school districts, four career centers or vocational schools, and five private or charter schools. Our community's commitment to primary and secondary education has led to award-winning public and private schools, exceptional higher education, and a wealth of opportunities from preschool to graduate school.
Spartanburg Academic Movement (SAM)
The goal of the Spartanburg Academic Movement — more commonly referred to as "SAM" — is to create a cultural shift in Spartanburg County to one that values educational achievement from cradle to career. SAM is an all-in partnership of education, business, government, foundation, community and faith leaders across Spartanburg County in pursuit of high levels of academic success for all our children.
Public Schools - District Offices
|District 1- Campobello, Inman, Landrum||864-472-2846|
|District 2- Boiling Springs, Chesnee, Inman, Mayo||864-578-0128|
|District 3- Cowpens, Pacolet, Spartanburg||864-579-8000|
|District 4- Woodruff||864-476-3186|
|District 5- Duncan, Moore, Reidville, Wellford||864-949-2350|
|District 6- Moore, Pauline, Roebuck, Spartanburg||864-576-4212|
|District 7- Spartanburg||864-594-4400|
|South Carolina School for the Deaf and the Blind||864-585-7711|
Spartanburg County Private Schools
- High Point Academy
- Oakbrook Preparatory School
- St. Paul the Apostle Catholic School
- Spartanburg Christian Academy
- Spartanburg Day School
- Spartanburg Preparatory School
Colleges and Universities
- College Town Spartanburg
- Converse College
- Sherman College of Chiropractic
- Spartanburg Community College
- Spartanburg Methodist College
- University of South Carolina Upstate
- Edward Via College of Osteopathic Medicine
- Wofford College
|Spartanburg Medical Center Mary Black Campus||864-573-3000|
|Spartanburg Regional Healthcare System||864-560-6000|
|Spartanburg County Medical Society||864-582-7471|
|Spartanburg Rehabilitation Institute||864-594-9600|
|Headquarters Library (Downtown)||864-596-3500|
|Boiling Springs Library||864-578-3665|
|Inman Library (temporarily closed)||864-596-3500|
|Middle Tyger Library||864-439-4759|
|SPARTA Transit Service||864-562-4287|
|Greyhound-Trailways Bus Lines||1-800-231-2222|
|Spartanburg Downtown Memorial Airport (SPA)||864-574-8552|
|Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport (GSP)||864-877-7426|
|City Business License||864-596-2055|
|County Business License||No license required|
SC Driver’s License
- New residents have 90 days to apply for a license after moving to South Carolina.
- New residents with a certified driver’s license from another state will not be required to take a written exam, only an eye exam.
- Residents within the state have 10 days to report a change of address.
- To obtain a license for the first time, a birth certificate and Social Security card are required.
For more information call 1-800-442-1368 or click here.
Tags and Registration – Automobile
New residents to South Carolina have 45 days to transfer their vehicle title and registration. You may apply for the title and registration by mail. The Form 400, Application for Certification of Title/Registration, which may be completed, contains the proper mailing address for the department.
For more information call 1-800-442-1368 or click here.
South Carolina has one of the lowest per capita tax rates in the country, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. State lawmakers, political leaders and local officials are dedicated to ensuring that the Palmetto State’s tax structure remains competitive and attractive to individuals, manufacturers and small businesses considering our state as their new home. The following state and local taxes generally affect our residents.
South Carolina income tax structure follows federal income tax laws, allowing many of the same adjustments, exemptions and deductions with only a few modifications. In fact, the starting point for calculating your state tax liability is your federal taxable income. SC individual income tax rate starts at 2.5% of taxable income, graduating to a maximum of 7% on taxable income exceeding $12,650. The individual income tax brackets are adjusted annually to help offset inflation.
South Carolina counties, cities and school districts impose ad valor em (property) taxes on real and personal property. Local governments assess and collect property taxes.
Spartanburg County Assessors Office – Tax Property Office, 366 North Church Street – 864-596-2544
Sales and Use, Motor Fuels Taxes
SC state sales and use tax rate is 5 percent, but county voters may approve local sales taxes as well. For addition information call the Spartanburg County Assessor’s Office – Tax Property Office at 864-596-2544
Voter registration must be completed at least 30 days prior to an election, and you have proof of residency such as a driver’s license, automobile insurance and social security number. As of 2013, in order to vote in any election, voters must now show one of the following IDs at their polling location:
- S.C. Drivers license
- ID card issued by S.C. Department of Motor Vehicles
- Federal Military ID
- U.S. Passport
- a S.C. Voter Registration Card with a photo
Room 1630, 366 North Church Street, Spartanburg, SC 29303
Hours: 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday-Friday - 864-596-2549