Food Truck Thursdays

NOTE: Food Trucks will return Spring 2024.

Food Trucks are Thursday evenings  5-8 pm on Palmetto Bluff Court. 

Why Palmetto Bluff Court? This central neighborhood location provides adequate space in the cul de sac for the trucks, without blocking driveways or infringing on private property. Let’s extend some gratitude to the residents of Palmetto Bluff Court for their hospitality!

An Important Reminder on  Etiquette: Please do not block driveways or park on the grass. Be mindful of pedestrians and cyclists. Use the trash bags/receptacles provided, or take your trash with you. Clean up after your pets! Do not trespass on property unless invited. Monitor your children. Remember most trucks are staffed with 1 or 2 people, so please be patient and courteous when ordering. When available, consider ordering online in advance.

For more on area food trucks check out Street Food Finder.

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Food Truck Schedule

Food Trucks return Spring 2024.

The Hidden Gem of Archdale Hall

Archdale Hall is a historic site owned and maintained by the Archdale Civic Association, and protected through the Lowcountry Land Trust. The property off of Mansfield Boulevard includes ruins from a 19th century plantation house, and wooded surroundings.

Please keep in mind that this a historic landmark. Please do not walk on the ruins, or remove bricks. 

Archdale Neighborhood Watch (ANW)

The Neighborhood Watch is a program that builds a relationship between neighbors and law enforcement  make communities safer. Sponsored by the National Sheriffs’ Association, the Neighborhood Watch program is one of the oldest and most effective crime prevention programs in the country.

Archdale’s DCSO Contact:

Archdale’s Neighborhood Watch (ANW) Coordinator:

  • Deneen Sorensen

For more on this program in Dorchester County, visit