In celebration of its 35th Anniversary, the Town of Seabrook Island is sponsoring a performance by the Charleston Symphony Orchestra. The concert will take place at 4:00 pm on Sunday, October 16, 2022 on the lawn at the Seabrook Island Lake House (2319 Seabrook Island Road).
Yuriy Bekker, CSO’s Principal Pops Conductor, will conduct the orchestra in a program that will include a broad range of outstanding music at this hour-long free event. Click here to view the event program.
Bring your own blankets, chairs, and refreshments. Parking at The Lake House will be limited, so carpooling and alternate modes of transportation such as walking, biking, and LSVs are recommended.
A limited number of gate passes are available at Town Hall for non-residents. To obtain a pass, please stop by Town Hall during regular office hours, Monday-Friday 8:00 am to 4:00 pm.
In the event of rain, the performance will take place at the Holy Spirit Catholic Church, 3871 Betsy Kerrison Parkway, Johns Island.
As of October 1, 2022, the town’s “off-peak” season rules pertaining to pets on the beach are now in effect. Pursuant to Section 32-44 of the Town Code, also known as the “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: (a) entering any area on or adjacent to the beach in which a pet is prohibited; (b) destroying or damaging any property; (c) attacking or threatening to attack any person or any other animal or pet in any manner; or (d) being a nuisance to other beach goers.
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 town code enforcement officers during the off-peak season. 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 Town Hall at (843) 768-9121.
The town’s “off-peak” season rules will remain in effect until March 31, 2023.