Affectionately called The Little Golden Town, Aynor is located in the western part of Horry County and has close to 600 residents. Aynor got it's start in the mid 1800s by a man named John Eyenner. Eyenner owned a farm which residents called "Eyenner Farms."

July 28

Regular Council Meeting @


Aug 25

Regular Council Meeting @



In response to COVID-19, the Town of Aynor has declared a localized state of emergency, effective at 8:00 today March 16, 2020, to enact emergency ordinances to meet public emergencies affecting life, health, safety or the property of the people. This declaration comes after similar announcements from the White House, the South Carolina Governor’s Office, and Horry County. This declaration will remain in effect for an additional 60 days unless sooner terminated by resolution by City Council. 

Sept 29

Regular Council Meeting @


Oct 27

Regular Council Meeting @


Starting tomorrow March 18, 2020 all of the Town of Aynor offices will be closed to the public until further notice to limit personal contact and potential exposure to the Coronavirus, COVID-19. This is out of an abundance of caution for the protection of our staff and our residents. The town park will remain open with the exception of park restrooms. Playground equipment and basketball court will reopen May 19, 2020 to small groups. Yard sale permits will resume on Monday May 18, 2020. Individuals are encouraged to call ahead to make any necessary arrangements to pay for licenses, permits or court fines.

If anyone has any questions please call Town Hall at 843-358-6231.


The Aynor Police Department is currently accepting applications for a full-time police officer until August 3, 2020 at 5:00pm. The primary function will be to serve as a school resource officer. Applicants must hold a current Class l Certification. Applications are available on the website townofaynor.net under police department tab or may be picked up in person at 600 S Main St, Aynor, SC 29511 Monday-Thursday 8-5. Intrested persons should submit application with a 10 year certified driving record to the attention of Chief D. Thompson. A resume may be included but not substituted for application. The Town of Aynor is an Equal Opportunity Employer. 

As of March 17, 2020, the John W. Dawsey Sr. Bldg. “Aynor Senior Center” will no longer be available for rental. We feel it is in the best interest of our citizens to follow recommendations limiting gatherings to less than 10 people in order to avoid potential exposure to the Coronavirus, COVID-19. At this time this decision extends through May however, this may be subject to change as long as the current public health concerns exist.

Starting June 22,2020 the Town of Aynor will be observing summer work hours. Town hall offices and public works will be open from 7:00am through 5:30pm Monday thru Thursday and closed on Friday. 

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600 S Main St.

Post Office Box 66

Aynor, SC 29511 

​Tel: (843) 358-6231

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