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So far Pawleys Island has created 52 blog entries.

CREEK DOCK REPAIRS (9-12-2019)

POST-DORIAN CREEK DOCK REPAIRS (9-12-2019) Hurricane Dorian caused damage to a lot of the creek docks located within the town and I want to make sure everyone knows what’s required before making repairs. The State of South Carolina has regulatory jurisdiction over development activity in the creek, and as of now OCRM has not designated [...]

2019-09-12T10:15:29+00:00 September 12th, 2019|

ACCESS TO SPRINGS AVENUE (9-9-2019)

Access to Springs Avenue At 6:30PM this evening we’ll be opening up Springs Avenue to property owners and hired contractors. Please keep in mind that some properties suffered structural damage and might not be completely safe until the necessary repairs are made. These homes are marked with a red notice on the front door and [...]

2019-09-10T14:40:16+00:00 September 9th, 2019|

ACCESS TO BIRD’S NEST

ACCESS TO BIRD'S NEST Today at 6:00pm we plan to move the checkpoint to Springs Avenue and Pritchard Street and open up full access to the Bird’s Nest. The area south of the checkpoint will continue to be restricted to only property owners traveling by foot. In the coming days SCDOT will notify us when [...]

2019-09-07T13:15:08+00:00 September 7th, 2019|

HURRICANE DORIAN UPDATE #8 (9-6-2019)

HURRICANE DORIAN UPDATE #8 (9-6-2019) The island is open at both causeways, but we still have a checkpoint at Myrtle Avenue and Hazard Street restricting access to the south end. Property owners and residents are being allowed to visit and inspect their homes by foot, but not by vehicle. Dorian totally over washed the south [...]

2019-09-06T13:33:41+00:00 September 6th, 2019|

48 HOUR BOIL WATER ADVISORY

48 HOUR BOIL WATER ADVISORY September 6, 2019 – 10:00AM Georgetown County Water & Sewer District advises the residents of the Town of Pawleys Island to vigorously boil their water for at least one (1) full minute prior to drinking or cooking until notified by the Georgetown County Water & Sewer District. Also, any ice [...]

2019-09-06T10:57:42+00:00 September 6th, 2019|

HURRICANE DORIAN UPDATE #7 (9-6-2019)

Re-entry to the island will begin today at 10:00am for the northern and middle reaches of the island. Access to the southern portion of the island will be restricted at Hazard Street until Midway Fire and SCDOT deem is safe to do so. We will release further updates on access to the  southern end of [...]

2019-09-06T13:32:31+00:00 September 6th, 2019|

HURRICANE DORIAN UPDATE #6 (9-5-2019)

HURRICANE DORIAN UPDATE #6 (9-5-2019) After completing a windshield assessment of the impacts of Hurricane Dorian, I can confirm that all of the homes appear to have made it through the storm without any signs of significant damage. The beach definitely took the brunt of the blow. The storm caused severe beach erosion to the [...]

2019-09-06T09:48:52+00:00 September 6th, 2019|

HURRICANE DORIAN UPDATE #5 (9-5-2019)

HURRICANE DORIAN UPDATE #5 (9/5/2019) There is still too much water on Myrtle Avenue for us to safely access the island and assess the impacts of Hurricane Dorian. Chief Fanning and I are currently waiting it out at Town Hall and we will head out as soon as the water subsides. I can confirm that the [...]

2019-09-05T22:41:04+00:00 September 5th, 2019|

HURRICANE DORIAN UPDATE #4 (9-5-2019)

HURRICANE DORIAN UPDATE #4 (9-5-2019) So far, the storm has brought high winds and the Town has already seen upwards of six inches of rain. We’ve experienced minimal impacts, including minor coastal erosion. Conditions will continue to deteriorate today through this evening. There will be an onshore wind today at high tide and our main [...]

2019-09-05T10:41:38+00:00 September 5th, 2019|

HURRICANE DORIAN UPDATE #3 (9-5-2019)

HURRICANE DORIAN UPDATE #3 (9-5-2019) PAWLEYS ISLAND – Immediately following Hurricane Dorian, access to the Town will be closed to all traffic except for emergency personnel and utility companies. Repair crews will use this time period to assess the situation and to make repairs necessary to facilitate the return of residents and property owners. Re-entry [...]

2019-09-05T08:03:35+00:00 September 5th, 2019|