Latest news of the City of Isle of Palms
The City of Isle of Palms will host several listening sessions to gather feedback from the community about the proposed regulations on short-term rentals on the island. The proposed recommendations from the Planning Commission are available...Read more
The City of Isle of Palms is now accepting applications for the Leola Hanbury Employee of the Year Award. The deadline to receive nominations is August 31, 2022.
Recognizing past Council member Leola Hanbury's wishes, the City of Isle of Palms has established the criteria...Read more
The Isle of Palms City Council held its regular meeting on Tuesday, July 26, 2022 at Council Chambers in City Hall. Listed below are the highlights from the meeting:City Council decided to host several public listening sessions in September to receive input from residents...Read more
There have been a number of on-line discussions, meetings and conversations about what’s happening with the existing marina operator’s request for assignment of the leases to Morgan Creek Marina, LLC. I thought it might be helpful to provide some information to help explain the...Read more
The City will host a public meeting with the new potential marina operator, Michael Shuler, on Monday, July 11, 2022 at 5:30 p.m. at the Recreation Center, located at 24 28th Avenue. At this session, Mr. Shuler will present his vision for our marina, answer questions that residents may submit...Read more
The Isle of Palms City Council held its regular meeting on Tuesday, June 28, 2022 at Council Chambers in City Hall. Listed below are the highlights from the meeting:City Council approved vehicle purchases for the Police and Fire Department included in the adopted FY23 budget...Read more
Paid parking is available at the Municipal Parking Lots located on Pavilion Drive. Users may pay using the kiosks inside the parking lot or TEXT TO PARK by texting 727563 with the following:Muni Lot A - “Park IPMUNA” Muni Lot B - “Park IPMUNB” Ocean Blvd - “Park IPOCN”
Charleston County Public Works is scheduled to complete pavement preservation treatments June 20-24 between the hours of 7 a.m. - 6 p.m.
The IOP streets that will be treated during this cycle are: 40th Avenue, 41st Avenue, 42nd Avenue, Frank Sottile Lane...Read more
The City of Isle of Palms Public Works Department will begin twice per week garbage collection the week of June 6, 2022.
The garbage collection seasonal schedule is as follows:Twice Per Week Collection Schedule: June 6,...Read more
Isle of Palms Water and Sewer Commission reports that the water main break has been repaired as of Friday, May 27, 2022.May 23, 2022 - Isle of Palms, SC
Update from the Isle of Palms Water and Sewer Commission on the Charleston Water System (CWS) main...Read more
Public Notice from the Isle of Palms Water and Sewer Commission:
Due to a leak on the water transmission line under the harbor from Charleston Water Systems, the Isle of Palms Water and Sewer Commission is asking that all customers cease watering...Read more
May 10, 2022 -- Charleston SC – It’s the weekend. It’s hot. All you want to do is go to the beach. But you’re stuck in traffic, barely moving. The kids are cranky. “Are we there yet?” You’re so close, you can smell the salt air. But who knows how much longer it will take? ABC News 4 is Working...Read more
On June 6, 2022, Republic Services will begin collecting curbside recyclables throughout Charleston County. The county-wide change includes expanding collection days from four days a week to five days. Only specific areas will be impacted by the schedule change. Recycling collection on the Isle...Read more
The City is reopening the application process and accepting applications to fill the hospitality seats in the Accommodations Tax Advisory Committee. The unexpired term ends on December 31, 2022.
The ...Read more
Construction has started on portions of the City's Phase 3 Drainage Project in the areas of 30th Avenue, Forest Trail and Waterway Boulevard.
The project will provide a much-needed improvement to the flow of storm water out of the area, while also slowing tidal water from entering the...Read more
In an effort to increase safety in residential areas, the City has requested the South Carolina Department of Transportation to reduce the speed limit to 25 mph on all secondary roads located within the City of Isle of Palms, with the exception of Palm Boulevard, which is posted at 30 mph, and...Read more
The City of Isle of Palms will hold a nonpartisan Special Election to fill the unexpired term of one (1) seat for the office of City Council Tuesday, April 5, 2022.
Isle of Palms voters will be able to cast their ballot in...Read more
The City of Isle of Palms has named Craig Oliverius to lead the Isle of Palms Fire Department. City Council unanimously approved a recommendation from City Administrator Fragoso to appoint Oliverius, Deputy Chief of the Mount Pleasant Fire Department, as the new Fire Chief...Read more
This year, the City of Isle of Palms launched a Beach Wheelchair Program to offer daily use of beach wheelchairs for residents and visitors at no charge. Use of a beach wheelchair is on a first-come, first-serve basis. No reservations are taken.
Beach wheelchairs are available from 8:00...Read more
The City will close administrative offices and the Recreation Center today, Friday, January 21, 2022 at 2:00 p.m., due to inclement weather forecast. The public restrooms on Front Beach will also be closed.
The National Weather Service has issued a...Read more