Public Notice: Portions of Seabrook Island Road (eastbound lane) will be temporarily closed on Thu. September 30th due to survey work
On Thursday, September 30th, the town's engineering contractor, ESP Associates, will be conducting subsurface exploration and pavement evaluation services on parts of Seabrook Island Road. The work will commence at approximately 8:00 am and will take place over the course of the day on Thursday.
Testing will be conducted at 12 locations along Seabrook Island Road, with each location spaced roughly 500 feet apart. The work will begin outside the SIPOA Security Gate and will progress toward the traffic circle near Freshfields.
While crews are performing survey work, portions of the eastbound lane of Seabrook Island may be temporarily closed to traffic. Motorists are encouraged to allow additional time if traveling to and from Seabrook Island on Thursday. Drivers should be prepared to stop when instructed by flaggers. The survey work is not expected to impact the inbound or outbound pathways adjacent to Seabrook Island Road.
This work is being undertaken as part of the town's road and drainage evaluation project, and is not related to the new Seafields senior living project.
Charleston County Mosquito Control has scheduled a spray truck for Zone "K2," which includes the Town of Seabrook Island. The treatment is scheduled to take place during the overnight hours beginning after 11:00 PM on Sunday, September 26th, and will be completed prior to 7:00 AM on Monday, September 27th (weather permitting).
As a reminder, mosquito treatment requests may be submitted at any time through the town's website at https://www.townofseabrookisland.org/mosquito-control.html.
For more information about the Mosquito Control program, please visit Charleston County Mosquito Control.