Census Data for Old Town ...
As far as we can tell, Old Town has not been included in past Census counts, so there is no population information for this community.
While we don't have census information for Old Town, you might be interested in some nearby communities where we do:
- Charleston [Charleston County]
- North Charleston [Berkeley County]
- Hanahan [Berkeley County]
- Mount Pleasant [Charleston County]
- Sullivan's Island [Charleston County]
- Folly Beach [Charleston County]
- Goose Creek [Berkeley County]
- Isle-of-Palms [Charleston County]
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- Hollywood [Charleston County]
- Kiawah Island [Charleston County]
- Meggett [Charleston County]
- Ravenel [Charleston County]
- Lincolnville [Charleston County]
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- Lincolnville [Charleston County] lies 17 miles [27.4 km]<1> to the northwest of Old Town
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- Rockville [Charleston County]
- Jump to our Gazetteer entry for Rockville
- Rockville [Charleston County] lies 18 miles [29 km]<1> to the southwest of Old Town
- Note: The GPS coordinates that we are using for Rockville have been provided by the GNIS.<3> The coordinates still need to be verified.
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- Summerville [Dorchester County]
Charleston County ...
Old Town is located in Charleston County<4>.
For more information, please visit our Census Page for Charleston County.
Miscellaneous Information for Old Town ...
The Federal government has assigned various identifying codes to each community, county and state. At one time or another, the US Census Bureau has used one (or more) of the following identifiers when referring to either Charleston County or the community of Old Town:
- The GNIS Codes ...
- The current system of identification is called the Geographic Names Information System (GNIS). The following GNIS codes relate to Old Town:
- GNIS ID for Old Town: 1231616
- GNIS ID for Charleston County: 1252740
- GNIS ID for State of South Carolina: 1779799
- Misc. Census Codes ...
- Old Town is located in Census Region #3 (the South Region) and Division #5 (the South Atlantic Division).
For more information about the various Federal identification codes, please visit our Misc Page for Old Town.
Other Roadside Stops ...
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About Charleston County
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Off-the-Road Links ...
Unfortunately, we don't know of a website for Old Town. If you can help, please contact us through our Feedback Page.
The official website for Charleston County: www.charlestoncounty.org/
The official website for State of South Carolina: https://sc.gov/
The official website of the U.S. Board on Geographic Names (BGN)
The official website of the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS)
|<1>||Our distances are not driving distances, but are calculated as a 'straight-line' (or point-to-point) distance. A straight line distance ignores obstructions like rivers, canyons, lakes, et cetera - it's truly a line from Point A (ie- Old Town) to Point B.If you need the driving distance (or directions), we recommend that you use one of the Mapping Services listed on our Map Page for Old Town. Since we usually use Google Maps, we've provided the following link for your convenience: Google Map and Driving Directions starting from Old TownOur distance measurements begin at a specific point in Old Town. The point we use is located at these GPS coordinates - Latitude: 32.8046, Longitude: -79.9845 In this case, the coordinates for Old Town have been provided by the Geographic Names Information System (GNIS).|
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|<3>||The location has been supplied by the Geographic Names Information System - which is maintained by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS). While these values should be definitive, we have found that accuracy can vary and you should double-check the location if accuracy is required.|
|<4>||If you're interested in how the shape of South Carolina's counties, including Charleston, have changed over time, we recommend the Atlas of Historical County Boundaries.|