City of Travelers Rest launches new website

TRAVELERS REST, SC – The city of Travelers Rest has launched a new website, integrating features that allow better access and more digital capabilities for residents, visitors, and businesses.

The new will serve as a focal point to the city’s communications efforts, according to city offiials.

“We are thrilled to debut a new website to our community members and potential visitors,” said City Administrator Eric Vinson. “This website redesign is stunning and informative. It will give visitors a great experience that will make them excited to visit and be a part of downtown Travelers Rest.”

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The completely revamped website features imagery that shows off Travelers Rest’s community character.

Visit TR – a series of pages dedicated to tourism – provides visitors with a full directory of shops, restaurants and lodging options. An events calendar, things to do section, scenic drives and day trips, and listings of nearby attractions add rich content to enhance visitor’s experience.

From the homepage, visitors can access The Buzz, a three-part section that includes: Great Stories, a collection of articles from local editors; TR in the News, links to magazine articles featuring Travelers Rest; and Talk of the Town, the city's official newsletter.

Additional features allow citizens to better connect with local officials and access content to stay up to date with ongoing city projects, news and events, services and more. City council meeting schedules are available with agendas and minutes and a form to participate in meetings can be downloaded. An online form to report a concern is a new addition.

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A portion of the website is dedicated to the history of Travelers Rest. A gallery of photos take visitors on a visual journey through the town's history, and editorial contributions from the Travelers Rest Historical Society tell the story of how Travelers Rest came to be what it is today.

The site offers quick access to city services, forms and permits to community-based businesses furthering the city’s commitment to supportive, accessible, and efficient local government. Links and resources to promote the economic well-being and growth of existing business are included.

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