Fountain Inn City
Fountain Inn City Hall is located at 200 North Main Street, Fountain Inn, SC 29644; phone: 864-862-4421.
The City of Fountain Inn was incorporated in 1886.
The City of Fountain Inn, SC  is located in southern Greenville County with the southern tip of the city limits in Laurens County in the upstate of the Palmetto State. Fountain Inn was home to one-legged tap dancer Clayton "Peg Leg" Bates, and the adopted home of journalist and humorist Robert Quillen. NFL Veteran offensive lineman Travelle Wharton is a native of Fountain Inn. The city took its name from an Inn and fountain that were along the old stage coach route. The stage coach drivers called the stop Fountain Inn and it stuck. A small garden fountain is installed at City Hall and there is a marker on the north side of town showing the former location of the old inn.