The county of Lexington is located in South Carolina and was founded in 1785. There are 286,186 residents in Lexington who have access to courthouses in Batesburg, Cayce, Chapin, Columbia, Gaston, Irmo, Lexington, Pelion, Springdale, Swansea, West Columbia. In general, each county has a full set of courts, from traffic court to superior and appellate court; supreme courts are usually located in the state capital. South Carolina is part of the 4th federal circuit court as well.
There are 5,362 residents in Batesburg, which is 7.4 square miles and 643ft above sea level.
There are 12,528 residents in Cayce, which is 17.4 square miles and 240ft above sea level.
There are 1,445 residents in Chapin, which is 1.8 square miles and 466ft above sea level.
There are 129,272 residents in Columbia, which is 134.9 square miles. It was settled in March 22, 1786.
There are 1,645 residents in Gaston, which is 3.4 square miles and 499ft above sea level.
There are 11,097 residents in Irmo, which is 6.2 square miles and 354ft above sea level.
There are 1,248 residents in Pelion, which is 3.6 square miles and 387ft above sea level. It was settled in 1912 and is governed by a local government.
There are 827 residents in Swansea, which is 1.2 square miles and 354ft above sea level.