New Ordinances

ORDINANCES FOR SECOND READING - 6:00 P.M., TUESDAY, JUNE 25, 2019. 
  • Ordinance 2019-10 – An ordinance to raise revenue and adopt a budget for the City of Isle of Palms, South Carolina, for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2019 and ending June 30, 2020. 

  • Ordinance 2019-11 - An ordinance to amend the maximum lot coverage, floor area ratio requirements and additional setback requirements. 

  • Ordinance 2019-12 - An ordinance to establish an approval process for commercial photographer and videographer who seeks to film on the beach. 

  • Ordinance 2019-13 - An ordinance to prohibit the use of single use plastic bags, balloons and styrofoam products on the beach. 

Ordinances for first reading - 6:00 p.m., TUESDAY, JUNE 25, 2019. 

Ordinance 2019-14 - An ordinance to require all dogs, resident or non-resident, to have a state issued tag to serve as proof of rabies inoculation. 

Ordinances deferred indefinitely 
  • Ordinance 2017-08An Ordinance Amending Title 5, Planning and Development, Chapter 5, Land Development Regulations, of the city of Isle of Palms Code of Ordinances to Require that all Subdivisions of Lots be Connected to the Public Sewer System and to Require Certain Information Related to Sewer Connection for the Subdivision Approval Process.
  • Ordinance 2017-09An Ordinance Amending Title 5, Planning and Development, Chapter 4, Zoning, of the City of Isle of Palms Code of Ordinances to Provide That All New Construction or Substantial Improvements shall be Connected to a Public Sewer System Where a Public Sewer Line is Located Within One Hundred Fifty (150’) feet and to Reduce the Lot Coverage Requirements and Floor Area Requirements for lots with Septic Systems
  • Ordinance 2017-10An Ordinance Amending Title 6, Health and Sanitation, Chapter 1, General Provisions, Article D, Regulation of On-site Sewage Disposal Systems, of the City of Isle of Palms Code of Ordinances to Require Mandatory Connection to Public Sewer System Where Public Sewer Line is Available upon the Sale or Transfer of Property.

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