2022 Holiday schedule
Please see the schedule below for our limited Hours of Operation & Holiday Closures:
2022 annual christmas newsletter
Please click here to read the 2022 Annual Christmas Newsletter, written by our very own Town Administrator, Stephanie Smith!
Resolution Opposing Offshore Drilling
On Monday, February 24, 2020 the Meggett Town Council passed a Resolution opposing offshore oil and gas drilling and exploration activities, including seismic air gun blasting. Click here to read the full resolution.
Below is a message from the SCDOT, regarding the replacement of the Meggett Creek Bridge. Please feel free to call Meggett Town Hall at 843.889.3622 with any questions.
Town Sign Under Construction
The Town of Meggett sign on the corner of Hwy 165 and Toogoodoo Road was damaged last month during a storm. The damage has made it impossible to post the monthly meeting updates/other messages for the time being. Town Leadership is actively pursuing arrangements to restore the sign to working order. All updates and meeting times will continue to be posted here on the Town website in the interim. Questions and concerns can be directed to Town Hall at (843) 889-3622.
Dominion Energy Tree Trimming
As part of its five-year cycle to maintain public safety and electric system reliability, Dominion Energy South Carolina will begin pruning trees throughout parts of lower Charleston County in the coming weeks.
Roxbury Park Holiday Closings
Roxbury Park will be closed on the following dates in observance of the Christmas holiday:
The park will reopen for normal business hours on December 29, 2018. We apologize for any inconvenience and wish all of our residents a Merry Christmas!
Welcome Home NaviGators!
The Town of Meggett is pleased to announce that Lowcountry Leadership Charter School is now a part of Meggett, SC. Meggett Town Leadership completed their second and final reading of the annexation ordinance at the Town Council Meeting held on October 22nd, 2018.
Early & Absentee Voting- Chas. County
Working on Election Day, Nov. 6? Worried you won't have time to vote? You can go ahead and vote in next month's midterm election if you can carve out the time to get to the Charleston County Board of Elections and Voter Registration office in North Charleston.