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  • Rowing & Sailing Center at Squire Pope Community Park

    The dock at the Rowing and Sailing Center at Squire Pope Community Park will re-open up to the pier head for fishing and crabbing on Friday, May 26th. The ramp and floating dock work will continue next Tuesday and Wednesday.

  • Business License IconBusiness License Renewal Reminder

    The deadline for renewing business licenses for 2017 is May 31st. If your license is not renewed by May 31st, you will begin accruing a 5% penalty on the unpaid amount for each month....or portion thereof after the due date until paid, beginning June 1st. Additionally, delinquent businesses are subject to a $1092.50 municipal summons. Learn more...

  • Hurricane IconCultural Facilities Needs Assessment Presentation

    On March 23, 2017, Duncan Webb of Webb Management Services, presented the findings from Phase I of the Entertainment, Arts, Culture and Heritage (EACH) needs assessment. Learn more...

  • Fiscal Year 2017-2018 Draft Consolidated Municipal Budget pdf icon

  • Town's Multi-use Pathways

    As debris operations are nearing completion, the Town's public pathway system is now back open for use. However, we must urge users to be extremely cautious and beware any remaining debris piles, debris removal operations, and damaged asphalt or shoulders along the pathways. We will be addressing repairs where necessary this spring. Please be careful and contact 843-342-4580 if you have any questions.

  • Re-opening of Selected Town Parks

    Due to Hurricane Matthew Chaplin Park remains closed to the public. The Chaplin Park tennis courts and dog park re-opened to the public as of 3/4/2017. View Special Access Information...

    The Discovery House, pathways and boardwalks at Honey Horn are open and accessible via a new entrance off of William Hilton Parkway (US 278). Please be advised that the main entrance to the Honey Horn property is closed for Hurricane Matthew Debris processing.

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