Archive:March 2019

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Our street lights not only illuminate our beautiful island, but they also provide safety for our residents, businesses and guests. To maintain the lights – and our safety – we would like to share two important tips with everyone: Burned Out Street Light Bulbs: We encourage residents to contact South…  …Read More
Street trees are located between the curb and the sidewalk (the City right of way area) in front of your home or unit. Please remember that these trees should only be pruned by the City of Charleston Urban Forestry Division or by a certified arborist. These trees should not be…  …Read More
The Daniel Island POA office wanted to give our residents an update regarding Short Term Rentals, and answer some questions that you may have regarding the application and approval process and how things are going on Daniel Island from a short term rental perspective. Short term rentals are allowed in…  …Read More
In October 2018, the Daniel Island POA office launched the “What I Love About Daniel Island” Kids Banner Contest for grades K-5. We wanted to see what kids loved most about living and playing on Daniel Island. Dozens of Daniel Island children used their crayons, markers, and paints to each create their own masterpieces.…  …Read More
Camp Happy Days History: Since 1982, over 1,500 children with cancer and their families have benefited from Camp Happy Days’ cost-free, year-round programs. Camp Happy Days welcomes all children with cancer across South Carolina without charge. Their summer camp is their signature program, but there is so much more. From…  …Read More
Congratulations to all swimmers who participated in the 8 and under Championship Meet! According to Cathy Sheafor, Swim Charleston Head Coach, the Swim Charleston Swim Team sent 32 swimmers to the championship meet where there were a total of 303 swimmers from 20 teams! “Swim Charleston’s swimmers at the 8/under…  …Read More
Charleston, S.C.—Today, the city of Charleston officially launched its new mobile app, which gives citizens easy, mobile access to city services and information on smart phones and tablets. Through the app, citizens will now be able to report a problem, submit a request, make a payment, sign up to receive…  …Read More