Archive:March 2022

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MONCKS CORNER, S.C. – (Monday, March 28, 2022) – Berkeley County’s Daniel Island Resurfacing Project is on track for its anticipated completion date of April 1, 2022, weather permitting. Project construction began on February 28. The project includes milling and resurfacing Seven Farms Drive, along with pedestrian enhancements at the…  …Read More
The Daniel Island Property Owners’ Association Office is looking to contract with a fun and energetic Water Aerobics Instructor to lead classes at the Scott Park Pool starting in April 2022. Instructors are required to be certified and insured. Please inquire with Danielle Stix via email at Danielle.Stix@dicommunity.org.  …Read More
The following information was provided to the Daniel Island Property Owners’ Association office for immediate release by Berkeley County, the City of Charleston, and Banks Construction to provide some initial details with respect to construction activities scheduled for Seven Farms Drive on Daniel Island. As you may be aware, Banks…  …Read More
This is a friendly reminder for our current DICA and DIPA boat landing members to please stop into the POA office and pick up your 2022 Boat Decal if you haven’t already done so. Office hours are Mon-Thurs from 9:30 AM – 3:30 PM. Current decals will begin with 22. Expired…  …Read More
In an effort to comply with our CC&Rs and to recognize residents’ growing interest in celebrating family milestones, the Daniel Island Architectural Review Board will be implementing the below policy regarding celebratory signage. “The Daniel Island Architectural Review Board (ARB) will allow graduation signs and celebratory signs to be displayed…  …Read More
Many of you have begun to start working on your summer plans for kids’ camps and activities. At the beginning of this year, the Daniel Island POA had a provider lined up to host the 2022 Daniel Island Summer Swim Camps. Unfortunately, due to reasons they did not share with…  …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