Mandatory Evacuation Order Lifted
South Carolina Governor Henry McMaster has lifted the mandatory evacuation order for four Lowcountry counties effective at 12 p.m. Saturday.
Charleston, Dorchester, Colleton, and Berkeley Counties are no longer under the mandatory evacuation order.
The governor encouraged residents to have patience and expect long travel times as well as possible blocked roadways. Drivers should watch out for fallen trees and downed power lines as well.
Charleston County School District
CCSD is currently assessing damages and will make a final decision tomorrow on whether to reopen schools on Monday, September 17th.
Town of Meggett - Town Hall
Town Hall will resume regular business operations on Monday, September 17th. Any residents wishing to report issues or infrastructure damages are encouraged to use the Report It form available on the Town's website.
Charleston County Emergency Management
Charleston County Emergency Management is encouraging citizens to report damages resulting from Hurricane Florence. This information is relayed to FEMA for disaster relief support and statistics. Please click here to access the online form.
Charleston International Airport
Charleston International Airport reopened its airfield Saturday afternoon.
Joint Base Charleston gave airlines at the airport the all-clear to resume operations, according to airport spokesperson Charlene Gunnells.
Passengers should check with their airline to confirm the status of their flights, airport officials said.
The Town of Meggett would like to thank all of our residents for their continued support this past week. Preparing for a major hurricane is never an easy task and we are so thankful that our beautiful town escaped with little damage. Our thoughts and prayers are with the thousands of people across the Carolinas who were affected by Hurricane Florence.