Mayor & Council

The Town of Irmo has a Council form of government under which voters go to the polls in November every odd-numbered year. The Council members are elected at-large and serve four year terms. The Town Manager, appointed by the Council, is primarily responsible for the efficient operation of the town government.

The Mayor and Council make policy and enact laws, rules and regulations in order to provide for future community and economic growth. The Council also provides direction and support for the orderly and efficient operation of town services.

Council meetings are generally held at 7:00 p.m. on the first and third Tuesday of each month at the Municipal Building located at 7300 Woodrow Street, Irmo, SC 29063

Barry A. Walker, Sr.
Barry A. Walker, Sr.
Mayor
Mayor Walker was elected as Mayor in 2019 but has served on the Irmo Town Council since 2004. His current term will expire in 2023.
902 Shadowleaf Court
Columbia, SC 29212

803-206-2644 (C)

Kathy D. Condom
Kathy D. Condom
Mayor Pro-Tem
Council Member Condom was first elected in 2003. She was re-elected to her 4th term in 2017. Her current term will expire in 2021.
1102 Javelin Court
Columbia, SC 29212

803-781-8458 (H)

Kelly S. Busch
Kelly S. Busch
Council Member
Council Member Busch was elected in 2019. His current term will expire in 2023.
45 Busch Oaks Court
Irmo, SC 29063

803-240-7096 (C)

Erik K. Sickinger
Erik K. Sickinger
Council Member
Council Member Sickinger was elected in 2019. His current term will expire in 2023
417 Cressfell Road
Irmo, SC 29063

845-260-2815 (C)

William
William "Bill" O. Danielson
Council Member
Council Member Danielson was elected in 2020. His current term will expire in 2021.
318 Sawyer Court
Irmo, SC 29063

803-606-4991 (C)

Mayor’s Message

Greeting and thanks for visiting our website.

The Town of Irmo is located in the midlands of South Carolina and was founded in 1890. Over the last 130 years, the town has grown from a small railroad stop to over 13,000 citizens today. We are the gateway to Lake Murray and a suburb of Columbia, SC our state capitol. We have a progressive, vibrant and diverse community with the public school system that is one of the best in the state. If you are looking for a community with a great quality of life, we are it. Our public school system has programs and studies to prepare your children for college or technical school. We have over 25 acres of public parks and numerous walking trails that allow us to stay fit and enjoy nature. As you travel around Town, you will notice a number of beautiful landscaped public green spaces. These areas were created and continue to be maintained due to relationships between the public and private sectors. We have earned the National Arbor day designation as “Tree City USA”. As the Mayor, I encourage the citizens to gather for numerous town events that allow us to meet each other and share a meal and/or a beverage. When you come to The Town of Irmo, I encourage you to stop by Town Hall and meet our staff and while you are here please enjoy a meal at any of our local restaurants.

We are IRMO strong! I hope you enjoy your visit to our Town.

Mayor Barry A. Walker, Sr.