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  1. Coffee with the Mayor

    October 12, 7:30 AM - 8:30 AM @ Eggs Up Grill

    Join Mayor Page at the Eggs Up Grill this month for coffee and conversation. The event is free and open to all.

  2. Town Council Meeting

    October 13, 6:00 PM @ Town Hall Council Chambers
    100 Ann Edwards Lane
    Mount Pleasant, SC 29464

  3. Culture, Arts & Pride Commission

    October 14, 12:00 PM @ Municipal Complex, Bldg. A, Public Meeting Room 1

  4. Mount Pleasant Business Association Monthly Luncheon

    October 15, 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM @ Holiday Inn
    250 Johnnie Dodds Blvd
    Mount Pleasant, SC 29464

    Join the Mount Pleasant Business Association for their monthly luncheon. The Mount Pleasant Business Association is the voice for the Mount Pleasant business community. They bring together business leaders from a wide variety of industries to help one another build their businesses, increase their network, generate leads, stay informed and help Mount Pleasant remain as the best community in America to live, learn, work and play in. Meetings are typically held on the third Thursday of each month, from noon to 1:30 p.m. at the Holiday Inn – Mount Pleasant located at 250 Johnnie Dodds Blvd. Note: We recommend arriving early as the networking begins at 11:45 a.m.

  5. 28th Annual Children's Day Festival

    October 18, 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM @ Mount Pleasant Recreation Department Park West Recreation Complex

    Old and new traditions delight at the 28th Annual Mount Pleasant Children’s Day Festival presented by BI-LO! From time-honored festival games and old-fashioned pony rides to mechanical rides, enormous inflatable slides, live entertainment, wall climbing, face painting, and many other activities, this is one event all families are sure to enjoy! Admission, all activities and parking are free. Food concessions are offered by East Cooper schools as a fundraising opportunity for their programs.

  6. Town Administrator's Mobile Office Hours

    October 20, 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM @ Fire Station 5

    Town Administrator Eric DeMoura has implemented new mobile office hours at Town satellite facilities to better connect with residents about town issues and concerns. Mobile Office Hours are open to all citizens. No appointment is needed. For more information, call the Government Outreach Office at (843) 884-8517.

  7. 88 Club Meeting

    October 21, 7:00 AM - 8:30 AM @ Southerly Season Restaurant
    730 Coleman Boulevard
    Mount Pleasant, SC 29464

    The 88 Club meets at 7 a.m. on the first and third Wednesdays of each month. The club has plenty of room and invites all interested to join them. The meeting promptly ends at 8:30 a.m.

  8. 2015 Senior Resource Summit

    October 24, 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM @ Mount Pleasant Senior Service Center

    Informational & Educational Exhibits (10 am - 2 pm): Affordable housing, Senior Center, Home repairs/transitions, Hone care, Hospice, Area Agency on Aging, Senior employment/Volunteer opportunities, Transportation Services, Insurance, legal and financial services, VA Medical Center services, Funeral services, SMART 911 by the Mount Pleasant Fire Department

Planning & Development

  1. Old Village Historic District Commission

    October 12, 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM @ Town Hall Complex

  2. Planning Commission

    October 21, 5:00 PM @ 100 Ann Edwards Lane

    Regular monthly meeting of the Planning Commission.

    All correspondence must be received by noon on the meeting date in order to be provided to the Commission.

  3. Board of Zoning Appeals

    October 26, 6:00 PM @ Town Hall Complex

    Regular monthly meeting of the Board of Zoning Appeals. The application deadline for this meeting is October 5, 2015.

  4. Commercial Design Review Board

    October 28, 5:00 PM

Police Youth Programs

  1. Mount Pleasant Reading Patrol

    October 17, 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM @ 1716 Towne Centre Way

    The Mount Pleasant Reading Patrol meets on the third Saturday of each month at Barnes and Noble for an hour of reading, followed by craft and giveaways. It is a free program geared to children ages 5 to 11 that builds a foundation of knowledge and trust for our youth and strengthens their relationship with the police department. Reading and literacy are key factors in school retention and graduation rates and the department believes that it is never too early to develop a lifelong love of reading. For more information, contact Sgt. Les Mauldin at or (843) 881-8242 or contact Youth Specialist Ashley Houdyschell at or (843) 849-2838, ext. 26664. You can also friend us on Facebook @ tompsc or follow us on Twitter.


  1. 2015 Children's Day Festival

    October 18, 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM @ Mount Pleasant Recreation Department Park West Recreation Complex

    Old and new traditions delight at the 28th Annual Town of Mount Pleasant Children’s Day Festival presented by Cinebarre! East Cooper schools will host carnival games centered on this year's theme: Lights, Camera, Action! Families will enjoy carnival rides, enormous inflatable slides, live entertainment, wall climbing, face painting and many other activities! Admission and all activities are free. Free parking is available at Cario Middle School and Charles Pinckney/Laurel Hill - shuttles run all day or simply use the cut-through and enjoy a nice short walk! Food concessions are offered by East Cooper schools for fundraising.

  2. Halloween in the Old Village

    October 29, 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM @ G. M. Darby Building

    Ages 2 to 5 are asked to come join the Mount Pleasant Recreation Department in a ghoulish Halloween celebration. The children will want to see what or who is behind each of our trick or treating doors. After collecting a few goodies, they will also want to participate in our games, crafts, and even get their faces painted if they dare. There will be a free magic show at 1:00 p.m. Thursday, October 29 12:00 – 1:30 p.m. Free Event

Stormwater - Water Quality

  1. Master Pond Manager Course - Fall 2015

    September 16, 8:00 AM - November 11, 5:00 PM @ Course is delivered in a hybrid format with both online modules and a field day!

    Learn how to inspect pond systems for structural, water quality, and water quantity performance. The course will be offered through Clemson's Center for Watershed Excellence. Maintaining ponds helps to protect local water resources and properties from damage. Timely and adequate maintenance of these complex systems can save system owners over time. Learn how to identify potential problems before they become costly repairs; and much more! The abbreviated course option (letter of completion) is designed to allow private pond owners, such as a homeowner association member, the opportunity to gain content knowledge in one of the pond management areas without the rigor of the full achievement program.

  2. Shorescaping Workshop

    October 14, 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM @ Charleston County Government Public Services Building and pond at 4045 Bridge View Drive

    Interested in beautifying your pond, preventing erosion along shorelines, and keeping our water clean? This Shorescaping Workshop to learn the benefits of "shorescaping" and how you can implement this pond-friendly practice in your community. This workshop will present information on the following topics: • Benefits of shorescaping • Shorescaping design, installation, and maintenance • Plant selection • Case studies The workshop will include the installation of a shoreline planting project at the Charleston County Public Services Building.

  3. Fall Native Plant Sale

    October 24, 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM @ Charlestowne Landing Parking Lot

    Fall Native Plant Sale Parking Lot of Charlestowne Landing October 24th 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM The Lowcountry Chapter of the SC Native Plant Society is partnering with Charles Towne Landing to host this year's Fall Native Plant Sale! You can purchase anything from colorful perennials, shrubs, trees, edibles, and more! Admission to the Plant Sale is free! Native plants are those that occur naturally in an area. Native species have evolved over time with the biological and physical factors specific to their region such as soil, climate, and rainfall. Because native plants are adapted to local soils and climate conditions, they generally require less watering and fertilizing than non-natives do. Natives are often more resistant to insects and disease as well, and so are less likely to need pesticides. This is good news for both the environment and the gardener.

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