Welcome From the Mayor

I would like to welcome you to the Town of Batesburg-Leesville, located in western Lexington County and the vibrant Midlands of South Carolina. Batesburg-Leesville, formally two independent municipalities, consolidated services in 1992. B-L is strategically located in the heart of SC, only 2 hours from the mountains and the ocean. Surrounded by peach trees, and rolling fields, B-L, a family friendly community, is minutes from the state capital, museums, 5-star dining, an extraordinary zoo, botanical gardens, and family recreation.

While engaged in providing opportunities for economic growth and development, we diligently preserve our tranquil atmosphere. We strongly encourage community involvement, citizen’s participation in civic events, and the support of local businesses. We have created a safe community for residents and visitors, fostering a relaxed environment that is a great place for families, young and old. Whether you are looking for a permanent escape from the noise and chaos of city life, an outing for shopping, antiquing, or a place to appreciate genuine Southern cuisine, we welcome and invite you to come be a part of our family. Batesburg-Leesville, maintaining small town ambiance and a family state of mind.

 

Hurricane Florence Alert!!!

Town officials are asking all residents and businesses to prepare for moderate winds and potential flooding in low lying areas as Hurricane Florence impacts our community. Residents should secure all outdoor furniture, flags, trash and recycling bins, and other items that can become projectiles in windy conditions. Please also report all downed powerlines, trees, flooding, or non-emergency situations to Batesburg-Leesville Police Department at 532-4408. If you are in need of emergency response please call 911. Thank you.

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