2022 Tide Tables are now available at Seabrook Island Town Hall (2001 Seabrook Island Road) and the SIPOA Office (1202 Landfall Way). Residents may stop by either location during regular business hours to pick up a free copy.
The 2022 Tide Tables may also be viewed or downloaded on the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (SCDHEC) Website.
The 2022 Tide Tables are provided free of charge to residents of the Town of Seabrook Island by SCDHEC’s Office of Ocean and Coastal Resource Management (OCRM).
For more information, please contact Town Hall by phone at (843) 768-9121 or by email at email@example.com.
2019 Tide Tables are now available at Seabrook Island Town Hall. Residents may stop by Town Hall during regular business hours (Monday through Friday, 8:00 am to 4:00 pm) to pick up a free copy.
The 2019 Tide Tables may also viewed online at the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (SCDHEC) Website.
The 2019 Tide Tables are provided free of charge by SCDHEC’s Office of Ocean and Coastal Resource Management (OCRM).
The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control's Office of Ocean and Coastal Resource Management (SCDHEC-OCRM) is currently in the process of adopting revised beachfront jurisdictional lines for areas along the South Carolina coast.
The South Carolina Code of Laws § 48-39-280, as amended, requires the SCDHEC-OCRM to establish and periodically review the position of the two lines of beachfront jurisdiction (the baseline and the setback line) once every seven to ten years. The average annual erosion rate for all oceanfront land that is developed, or potentially could be developed, is also reviewed during this time frame. SCDHEC-OCRM utilizes the best available scientific and historical data in the implementation of this process. The purpose of the jurisdictional lines is to implement laws and regulations that support the state's beachfront management goals and to guide development away from vulnerable beachfront shorelines.
To ensure the public has ample opportunity to view the updated imagery, SCDHEC-OCRM has extended the public comment period for the proposed jurisdictional lines until July 15, 2018. Following the public comment period, the tentative adoption date for the new beachfront jurisdictional lines for Seabrook Island is September 7, 2018.
On April 9, 2018, Mayor Ron Ciancio submitted an official comment on behalf of the Town of Seabrook Island. Click here to read Mayor Ciancio's full letter to SCDHEC-OCRM.
Anyone wishing to submit a comment on the proposed jurisdictional lines may do so in writing to: SCDHEC-OCRM, Attn: Barbara Neale, 1362 McMillan Avenue, Suite 400, Charleston, SC 29405.
State Beachfront Jurisdictional Lines General Information (SCDHEC)
Proposed Beachfront Jurisdictional Lines Interactive Map (SCDHEC)