Dillon County

Dillon County, South Carolina

PO Box 449
Dillon, SC 29536
Phone: (843) 774-1400
Fax: (843) 774-1443
www.dilloncounty.org

On the northeastern border of PA, northeast of Florence; organized Feb 5, 1910 from Marion County. Name Origin: For the county seat

Area (sq mi):: 406.54 (land 404.84; water 1.70) Population per square mile: 76.50
Population 2005: 30,974 State rank: 32 Population change: 2000-20005 0.80%; 1990-2000 5.50% Population 2000: 30,722 (White 49.80%; Black or African American 45.30%; Hispanic or Latino 1.80%; Asian 0.30%; Other 3.90%). Foreign born: 1.00%. Median age: 34.20
Income 2000: per capita $13,272; median household $26,630; Population below poverty level: 24.20% Personal per capita income (2000-2003): $17,965-$19,378
Unemployment (2004): 9.70% Unemployment change (from 2000): -2.80% Median travel time to work: 28.50 minutes Working outside county of residence: 32.50%
Cities with population over 10,000: None
See other counties in .
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
Wyman-Gordon announced a new plant in Dillon County in October, bringing 400 jobs to a building that Santee Cooper s loan program helped build.
Route 501 in Dillon County, South Carolina, near the town of Latta.
This project is an 11-mile segment located in Dillon County where the new highway intersects with I-95.
Thanks to the $100,000 gift of tools and equipment from Harbor Freight Tools and Eric Smidt, CEO, hundreds of students at NETC, Marlboro County School District, Dillon County Technology Center, Marion County Academy of Careers and Technology and AMI Kids Sand Hills will benefit from higher quality industrial education programs.
In addition to the three Sentry Bank & Trust branches, First Bank operates 71 branch offices, with 63 branches operating in a 21-county market area in the central piedmont and coastal regions of North Carolina, 3 branches in Dillon County, South Carolina, and 5 branches in Virginia (Abingdon, Dublin, Fort Chiswell, Radford, and Wytheville), where First Bank does business as First Bank of Virginia.
First Bank has 70 branches, with 63 branches operating in a twenty- one county market area in the central piedmont and coastal regions of North Carolina, three branches in Dillon County, South Carolina, and four branches in Virginia (Abingdon, Dublin, Radford, and Wytheville), where First Bank does business as First Bank of Virginia.
Its principal activity is the ownership and operation of First Bank, a state-chartered community bank that operates 70 branch offices, with 63 branches operating in a twenty-one county market area in the central piedmont and coastal regions of North Carolina, 3 branches in Dillon County, South Carolina, and 4 branches in Virginia (Abingdon, Dublin, Radford, and Wytheville), where First Bank does business as First Bank of Virginia.
Its principal activity is the ownership and operation of First Bank, a state-chartered community bank that operates 69 branch offices, with 62 branches operating in a twenty-one county market area in the central piedmont and coastal regions of North Carolina, 3 branches in Dillon County, South Carolina, and 4 branches in Virginia (Abingdon, Dublin, Radford, and Wytheville), where First Bank does business as First Bank of Virginia.
Its principal activity is the ownership and operation of First Bank, a state-chartered community bank that operates 64 branch offices, with 57 branches operating in a nineteen county market area in the central piedmont region of North Carolina, 3 branches in Dillon County, South Carolina, and 4 branches in Virginia (Abingdon, Dublin, Radford, and Wytheville), where First Bank does business as First Bank of Virginia.
Its principal activity is the ownership and operation of First Bank, a state-chartered community bank that operates 63 branch offices, with 56 branches operating in a nineteen county market area in the central piedmont region of North Carolina, 3 branches in Dillon County, South Carolina, and 4 branches in Virginia (Abingdon, Dublin, Radford, and Wytheville), where First Bank does business as First Bank of Virginia.