Pawleys Island Update

Date: September 17th 8:45am

We are open normal business hours and actively working to check all of the homes for safety and security. We are having check in at 3pm today for all the current reservations. We are contacting all homeowners and guests. While we are so thankful that our blessed isle suffered minor damage, we are sending sweet prayers and sending good thoughts to NC.

 Date: September 15th 10:30am

We are still under a mandatory evacuation. The island is still closed. We prepared for the worst but thankfully, Pawleys Island seems to have been spared from major damage from Hurricane Florence. As soon as we can access the Island, we will check the homes and be in touch with all homeowners and upcoming guests.

Date: September 12th 8:30am

As you are aware, Hurricane Florence poses a huge threat to our coast. NHC believes Florence is slow as it nears the coast creating high storm surge and catastrophic flooding. Landfall looks to be late Thursday/ early Friday. We will be in office until noon today. Please stay safe.

 

Date: September 11th 8:30am

A mandatory evacuation for all evacuation zones in Georgetown County has been ordered beginning at noon today. The order covers evacuation zones A,B and C. Georgetown County government is at OPCON 1. We are all working hard to prepare for this Hurricane.

 

Date: September 10th 3:40pm

Governor McMaster has just declared a Mandatory Evacuation effective immediately with deadline for noon on Tuesday, September 11th. We are actively working on preparing for Hurricane Florence.

 

Date: September 10th, 10am

We are closely monitoring Hurricane Florence. At this point, we anticiapte Governor McMaster making a press conference at 2:30 today, September 10th. We will be reaching out to all homeowners and both current and upcoming guests after hearing the update. Please see the Town Hall Website Here

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It is summertime on Pawleys Island and we couldn't be happier! The ocean is inviting and waving a warm welcome to all who visit our coast. All down the beach you'll see colorful tents and umbrellas marking a shady solace from the suns unwavering rays. The early mornings on the island are quiet, filled with a peaceful solitude and footprints left close to the surf that will soon be washed away by the incoming tide. Continue Reading