Archive:July 2020

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Charleston, SC (July 30th, 2020): The Charleston Fire Department is preparing to develop its next strategic plan, a critical document that will help shape both the future of the department and the services provided throughout the community, and we would like your feedback! If you are a City of Charleston…  …Read More
Important Contacts Police & Fire 24/7 non-emergency: 843-743-7200 FOR POLICE OR FIRE EMERGENCIES ALWAYS DIAL 911 Traffic & Transportation (To report traffic lights that are out or downed stop signs)- 843-724-7368 Alligator or Wildlife (DNR) – 843-953-9856 or (after hours or emergency) 1-800-922-5431 City of Charleston Public Services: Trash/Yard Debris…  …Read More
In an effort to keep our records as accurate as possible and to make sure that you receive important information from our office, we are asking all property owners to please fill out this sheet in its entirety if any of your contact information has recently changed. This information is used…  …Read More
August 19th 12 PM – 4:30 PM The American Red Cross is in urgent need for blood donations. The Church of the Holy Cross will be hosting a blood drive next Wednesday, August 19th at the Parish Hall. All donors will receive FREE COVID Antibody Testing and receive a $5…  …Read More
Residents may have read about the planned lane expansion of I-526. This will help reduce the traffic congestion we experience periodically. SCDOT has asked for resident input on the project and has provided a survey as one way to provide feedback. Some residents are concerned about the added traffic generating…  …Read More
While the POA is happy to assist with any issue that residents have, oftentimes it is faster and more efficient to contact the City of Charleston Police Department directly for certain concerns. We have listed some examples below of frequent calls/concerns that are best responded to by the City of…  …Read More
Due to ongoing and widespread COVID-19 quarantines, Republic Services has informed the city of Charleston that garbage (green cans) and trash (yard waste and bulk items) collection on Daniel Island will take place over two days this week, with garbage collected on Monday, July 27, and trash collected on Tuesday,…  …Read More
Due to a last minute setback last week, the new start date for the traffic signal at Island Park Drive and Fairchild Street will begin Wednesday, July 22nd at noon. This new traffic signal will provide additional safety for pedestrian and vehicular traffic. Please use caution when in this area as…  …Read More
The Daniel Island POA office would like to remind all owners that if they encounter missed garbage or yard debris collection, they should contact the City of Charleston Environmental Services Department directly via their online reporting system to report when garbage or yard debris is not collected. The City has…  …Read More
As residents and guests are out and about in the community, we want to remind all residents that our street lights not only illuminate our beautiful island, but they also provide safety for all our residents, businesses and guests. To maintain the lights — and our safety — we would…  …Read More
City Council Passes Additional COVID-19 Protective Measures   Please see the below press release from the City of Charleston. Charleston, S.C.—At their meeting last night, Charleston City Council passed a set of additional emergency measures [attached] to protect the community against the spread of COVID-19, which will go into effect…  …Read More
Progress is being made at the new Waterfront Park at 1 River Landing. The docks are 65% completed and landside improvements begin next week. We are very excited to refresh this well used landside park facility and know that it will be enjoyed by Daniel Island residents and visitors for…  …Read More
With temperatures and humidity soaring, it may seem impossible to get away from the summer heat! We have come up with a few easy and fun activities for you and your family to beat the southern heat without you having to venture out to the pool or beach. Try out…  …Read More
Charleston, S.C.—The city of Charleston today announced its launch of Citibot, an interactive text messaging and customer service tool for civic engagement with government. With Citibot, residents and visitors of Charleston will be able to use text message-based technology to easily access city information regarding business licenses, garbage and trash…  …Read More
The Lowcountry is known for its humid climate. With the humidity comes algae, mildew, and mold. This is a very common problem for the lowcountry and can be visible in many areas of your home. Blue-green algae will typically present itself as black stains and streaks on the home. It…  …Read More
According to the SCDHEC website, as of 11:59 PM on Saturday, July 11th – Charleston county had a total of 7,552 COVID-19 cases reported. Find up to date information HERE. Our POA staff is working to stop the spread of COVID-19 by staying at least 6ft apart from non-family members,…  …Read More
The weather is beautiful and the sun is still shining! Now is a great time to explore Daniel Island’s waterways by kayak or stand up paddleboard (SUP). Whether you are looking for a way to get out of the house or you have friends visiting for the weekend, paddling around…  …Read More
Alligators are a part of Lowcountry life and at this time of year, may be present in one of our 40 ponds or mobile, moving from pond to pond. Always give the alligator the right of way. They do not want to be bothered any more than you do. Remember…  …Read More