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City of Charleston vs. Daniel Island POA

June 05, 2017

Daniel Island is maintained by both the POA and the City of Charleston. We realize that it is sometimes difficult to figure out whom to contact with your concerns.

Examples of City of Charleston Maintained Entities:

  • Street Lights
  • Streets
  • Sidewalks
  • Traffic Lights
  • Parks: Etiwan Park, Freedom Park, Governor’s Park

Examples of POA Maintained Entities:

  • Community Pools
  • Boat Landings
  • Common Areas and parks
  • Amenities
  • Medians

When there is an issue or concern with a City of Charleston maintained entity,  the Citizen Support Center is the most direct way to make a request, report a concern or submit a work order. Simply follow the link HERE, click on “Make a Request” and choose a category for your “Service Request Type”.  If you would like to receive a response from the City regarding your request, please provide your contact information while completing your online request.

If you have any questions about whether your concern should be directed to the POA or the City of Charleston, please call our office at 843-971-9200.

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Parking & Overnight Storage Reminder

Parking & Overnight Storage Reminder

The Daniel Island POA has recently received several questions regarding Association policies and CC&R regulations around parking and storage of mobile homes, RVs, trailers, and campers at your home or unit. Per the CC&Rs (governing documents) for the...

DANGEROUS: Bridge/Public Dock Jumping

DANGEROUS: Bridge/Public Dock Jumping

There has been an uptick in young residents jumping from the Captain's Island bridge into the creek below it as well as off the new Waterfront Park Docks. While these may seem like fun ideas at the time, these activities are incredibly dangerous. We would like for all...

Have A GREAT School Year!

Have A GREAT School Year!

As the students around the island are heading back to school, your Daniel Island POA wants to wish all (parents included) a GREAT school year! We would also like to take this time to remind the drivers on the island that as the new school year is gearing up, we will...

Alligators and Public Safety

Alligators and Public Safety

Alligators are a part of Lowcountry life. They 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 to honor their space as we continue to...

Guggenheim Terrace Sinkhole Update

Guggenheim Terrace Sinkhole Update

Charleston Water System completed an emergency repair on a 24” broken sewer main on Seven Farms Drive across from the tennis stadium last week (August 1 - August 5). The remaining work, including the installation of a cured-in-place pipe, is expected to be completed...

Police Department Street Parking FAQs

Police Department Street Parking FAQs

TO:                    Daniel Island Property Owners Association FROM:              Lieutenant Matt Wojslawowicz, Team 5 Commander RE:                     Parking on Daniel Island Recently, I have fielded several questions regarding parking on Daniel Island. The...

Who To Call: Injured/Ill Wildlife

Who To Call: Injured/Ill Wildlife

As residents of this great island community, we have grown accustomed to the beauty of the picturesque landscapes at our homes, our common areas, or the golf course with wildlife, such as deer, alligators, squirrels, foxes, and even coyotes. Our interaction with local...

Bike Safety & Night Time Visibility

Bike Safety & Night Time Visibility

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...

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