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About Cayce

Cayce is a small suburban city bordering the Congaree River in central South Carolina. Most of the city is located directly across the river from Columbia, and it's often referred to in tandem with its neighboring city of West Columbia, as Cayce-West Columbia. The Congaree River is an important part of Cayce's identity, and the Riverwalk is a popular destination in the area, offering scenic views, jogging and walking trails.

The History of Cayce

Cayce is named after the family of William Cayce, a local business man who moved into an old fort in the area. Cayce's wife often opened the home to soldiers during the Civil War, earning the family respect from other locals. In 1914, when the city was officially incorporated, it was decided that the name should honor the Cayce family.

From the very beginning, the town's location on the Congaree River helped it grow and expand. In its later years, it became a prominent railroad town and attracted businesses that contributed to Cayce's economic stability.

Living in Cayce

Cayce offers an excellent quality of life, from its low unemployment rate and short commute times to its numerous amenities. Local events like the Soiree on State, the Congaree Bluegrass Festival, and the city's Highland Games offer plenty of opportunities to get to know your community and neighbors. There are a number of local parks and recreational facilities, the most popular of which is the Cayce Riverwalk Park. The nearby city of Columbia offers a wide range of entertainment, ranging from the Riverbanks Zoo and Botanical Gardens to the Columbia Museum of Art.

The local economy in Cayce is supported by several large companies, including SCANA, the parent company for many state-wide utilities companies. If you're looking for a job in the area, you can either consider options in Cayce or make the easy commute to one of its neighboring cities.

Cayce Schools

Lexington School District Two manages the public school of Cayce. If you're looking for a private schools, you'll more than likely need to travel to one of the neighboring communities to find many options.

Resources for Moving to Cayce

Here's some handy information for planning your move to Cayce:

  • Utilities: Major utilities providers in Cayce include South Carolina Electric & Gas, while the city manages water and sewer utilities. In order to set up your water service, you'll need to apply in person at City Hall.
  • Garbage and Recycling: The city facilitates trash, recycling and yard waste collection in the residential areas of Cayce.
  • Transportation: Public transportation options in Cayce include SCIWAY and The Comet (operated by the Central Midlands Regional Transit Authority).

Cayce Housing

Cayce offers affordable housing options for people who prefer to live in a suburb instead of Columbia's more urban environment. The median home price in Cayce is well below the national average, though you'll find homes in a wide range of price points. Many Cayce homes are spacious, ideal for growing families that are looking for a large backyard and close proximity to amenities. There are also plenty of rental options, like compact apartments in communities with perks such as swimming pools and private fitness centers.