St. George

Near the intersection of two major interstates, I-26 and I-95, St. George is nestled away at the western end of Dorchester County. Serving as the county seat, it offers a quaint downtown characterizing the history and heritage of the small community. Known as the “Grits Capital of the World”, St. George is famous for its World Grits Festival occurring every Spring complete with a grits eating contest and the crowning of “Miss Grits” and a large Holiday Parade every December.

St. George offers an agricultural district unique to Dorchester County with quiet streets and well-kept older homes. Additionally, St. George proudly carries the tagline of the “Town of Friendly People” and boasts many opportunities for outdoor recreation and cultural significance including the Edisto River, Methodist campground, Lourie Theater, and several town parks.

Schools

Ridgeville is located in the Dorchester School District 4 with Williams Memorial Elementary School within the city limits.  Middle School kids will attend St George Middle with High School kids attending Woodland High School.  We have partnered with GreatSchools.org to provide a full list of schools in the area.

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Homes and Builders

2015 Population: 2,176
Median Home Price: $139,800

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Services and Utilities

Municipal Government:
Town of St. George

Service District:
Edisto Electric Cooperative
Dorchester County Water and Sewer Department