Back by popular demand!!
The Town of Seabrook Island will host another Chow Town Food Truck Rodeo starting Wednesday May 31, 2023, from 5:00PM to 8:00PM at Town Hall. This year's event will take place on the following dates:
We will have food trucks, music, & more.
This year we will feature musical performances from Molly Durnin, Don Colton, The Time Pirates and David Tabaka.
Overflow parking will be at the Seabrook Island Real Estate Office located at:
1002 Landfall Way
Seabrook Island, SC 29455
SAVORY FOOD TRUCKS
As of April 1, 2023, the town’s “peak” season rules pertaining to pets on the beach are now in effect. Pursuant to Section 32-44 of the Town Code, also known “Beach Rules for Pets Ordinance,” the beaches of Seabrook Island are divided into three zones. The requirements for each zone during the “off-peak” season are provided below:
Restricted Area (Red)
Limited Restriction Area (Yellow)
General Beach Area (Green)
As a reminder, when an animal is allowed to be off-leash, it must be effectively controlled by a competent person from:
When a pet is required to be on a leash, it must be restrained using a physical restraint made of cord, rope, strap, chain or other material effective for restraining the type and size of animal to which it is attached. In addition, the physical restraint must be no more than sixteen (16) feet in length, secured to the animal’s collar or harness, and continuously held by a competent person physically capable of restraining the animal. Animals under voice control, or under control of remotely operated devices (such as electronic collars), are considered to be “off leash.”
The beaches of Seabrook Island are actively patrolled by code enforcement officers employed by the town, as well as by designated personnel from the Seabrook Island Beach Patrol. Individuals who are found guilty of violating any ordinance of the town may be subject to fines up to $1,087.50 per offense (including court fees) upon conviction.
To report a violation, please contact the town's Beach Patrol by phone at (843) 718-6083.
The town’s “peak” season rules will remain in effect until September 30, 2023.