Archive:August 2020

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While the graduates of the spring and summer class of 2020, didn’t get to finish their year with the usual pomp and circumstance and celebrations they anticipated, it has, however been a pleasure to see our Daniel Island families rally around their graduates so they would feel celebrated in new…  …Read More
The City of Charleston’s Planning, Preservation, and Sustainability Office is hosting on-line community wide and specific area meetings across the City. This week on Thursday, September 3rd, there are two on-line meetings for the Cainhoy Peninsula. Links to register for these meetings are below. Register Here for the Cainhoy Peninsula…  …Read More
The 2020 Daniel Island Fall Red Balloon Yard Sale that was scheduled to take place on Saturday, September 26th, has been postponed due to the current COVID-19 pandemic. The DIPOA values the health and safety of our residents. This postponement decision was made due to various concerns including but not…  …Read More
The following is a message that the our office received the evening of August 18th from F. Clark DeCiantis, RLA, Deputy Director of Operations for the City of Charleston Department of Parks. Re: Herbicide Applications for Daniel Island Athletic Fields The City will be applying liquid herbicide to control weeds…  …Read More
With the increased number of recreational bicyclists on Daniel Island, now is the perfect time to review bicycle safety and etiquette with your children and teenagers. Whether they are new cyclists out on their own for the first time or seasoned ones, bicycle safety and proper bike etiquette are important…  …Read More
While man’s best friend can at times be noisy, it wouldn’t be reasonable to expect your dog never to bark. After all, your dog’s barking might alert you to the presence of an intruder in your home, and there’s nothing like a friendly “Hello” from your best friend to perk…  …Read More
The DIPOA staff receives calls and emails from owners regarding missed garbage and yard debris pickup at their home or unit each week. We wanted to clear up some confusion that might be out there as to whom to report this to when it occurs as well as who is…  …Read More
The following is a message from the City of Charleston Department of Parks: Beginning August 31st, 2020, we will be closing off this parking area to allow our contractor to complete the modifications to the parking areas for the new Daniel Island Recreation Center. We will be providing new lighting,…  …Read More
Charleston, S.C.— Once every ten years, citizens in South Carolina have the opportunity to help rewrite their city’s single most important planning document–the comprehensive plan that guides decisions on development, housing, transportation, land use and more. For Charlestonians, that once-a-decade opportunity starts this week. A Housing Lab on Thursday will…  …Read More
Lately we have been experiencing an increase in vandalism and safety concerns within the Daniel Island Community. Eye witnesses and security cameras suggest that the vandalism is being caused by teenagers. The recent activity includes severe damage to the deck at Guggenheim Terrace and its furniture as well as a…  …Read More
This past Friday, August 14th, the POA office was notified about a juvenile alligator in a Daniel Island pond with a rope tied around its neck, as well as attempts to feed it. In addition to this illegal and cruel act on the alligator, it is also extremely dangerous for anyone…  …Read More
Beginning Monday, August 17th, there will be brief intermittent Waterfront Park trail closures for utility work. The intermittent trail closures will take place near the entrance to the second, newly constructed dock. The intermittent closures will last for the next few months.  …Read More
The three widely loved sea turtle sculptures have been relocated from Daniel Island Waterfront Park to the following parks: Scott Park, Codner’s Ferry Park, and Barfield Park. Make it a fun family outing and go find the turtles in their new homes, have your photo taken with them and post…  …Read More
After receiving a number of resident concerns and in consultation with the City of Charleston, the Daniel Island Garden Club has decided to abandon the Roundabout Egret Sculpture project and has discontinued fundraising. All contributions will be fully refunded in the coming weeks. The Daniel Island Garden Club is a…  …Read More