Archive:May 2022

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Your Property Owners’ Association Field Operations Manager Chris Hamil walks us through a short video about what stormwater pond management is and what it does for our residents and our pond ecosystem here on Daniel Island.  …Read More
The Daniel Island Community Fund (DICF) was established as a means for supporting community enhancement programs and philanthropic initiatives on Daniel Island and in the surrounding Cainhoy peninsula communities. This private 501 (c) 4 organization is financially supported by a Community Enhancement Fee on all resale transactions on the island.…  …Read More
The City of Charleston Department of Parks is responsible for the maintenance of all street trees on Daniel Island. “Street Trees” are located in the right-of-way area between the sidewalk and curb in most locations. Some trees are located in tree wells adjacent to the back of curbs along streets.…  …Read More
With so many new residents on Daniel Island, the Daniel Island Garden Club wants you to be informed about the monthly selection for the Yard of the Month. For the year 2022, the garden club started in the month of May and will continue through September. There are 7 zones…  …Read More
The Flying Fish Swim Team has weekly practices at the Pierce Park Pool Mon-Fri from 4 PM – 7 PM and Saturdays from 7:15 AM – 10:15 AM. The practice schedule will change on June 3rd and at that time will be Mon-Sat from 7:15 AM – 10:30 AM. During…  …Read More
We wanted to remind all residents of the following garbage pick-up, garbage can, and yard debris rules and regulations. Residents may receive a reminder door hanger or email reminding them of these restrictions. Following these rules/regulations will help avoid more garbage and debris from blowing down the street as seen…  …Read More
Our NEW Daniel Island nautical pint glasses make great gifts for graduates (to remind them of home), teachers, coworkers, or just because. Not only will you receive a fantastic gift, but ALL profits from the pint glasses will be donated to 3 local non-profits: Berkeley County Animal Center, Callen-Lacey Center,…  …Read More
With temperatures and humidity levels rising, we are seeing more mold, mildew, and algae on the exterior of homes around the island. Now is a great time to closely inspect your home’s façade and remedy any issues that you may see before they get worse. The first step is to…  …Read More
As a reminder, Daniel Island CC&Rs only allow one political sign, banner, or flag (per property and per candidate) to be placed on private property within 45 days of an election. Signs should be no larger than 18″ x 24″. Please note that the area between the sidewalk and curb…  …Read More
POA Office Hours The Daniel Island Property Owners’ Association office will be closed on Monday, May 30th in observation of the Memorial Day Holiday. The office will reopen on Tuesday, May 31st, and will resume normal business hours at that time. City of Charleston Trash/Yard Debris Collection The City of…  …Read More
Alligators are a part of Lowcountry life and at this time of year, they may be present in one of our 40 ponds or mobile, moving from pond to pond. During their mating season, you will find an increased presence of alligators. Always give the alligator the right of way.…  …Read More
In order to mitigate potential security concerns with property owner financial information, the Daniel Island Property Owners’ Association (POA) will no longer be able to accept checks for payments pursuant to our auditor’s recommendation. All payments of annual assessments, amenity fobs, boat landing membership fees, facility rentals, recreational equipment rentals,…  …Read More
The first set of stairs at the Crow’s Nest facility (1651 Oak Leaf Street), closest to the street, is CLOSED for repair. The area is cordoned off and has signage indicating the closure. Please refrain from going near this area as there is active construction as well as construction materials.…  …Read More
Beginning Wednesday, May 4th, a portion of the Daniel Island Trail at Waterfront Park will be temporarily rerouted to allow for the construction of the Waterfront Phase 2. Please see the attached map below which indicates the new route. The temporary trail is marked with signage and will maintain the…  …Read More