Informational Sessions for Short-term Rentals

The Town of Hilton Head will be meeting Shipyard owners on December 6th at the Shipyard Beach Club to meet about the new short-term rental ordinance. RSVPs need to be set to Andrea via email at membership@shipyardhhi.com. Below is the direct link to the town’s information page regarding short-term rentals. Website: https://hiltonheadislandsc.gov/short-termrentals/

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Informational Sessions for Short-term Rental Property Owners & Managers

Informational Sessions for Short-term Rental Property Owners & Managers: What You Need to Know Hilton Head Island, SC –  The Town of Hilton Head Island invites owners and managers of short-term rental properties to informational sessions about the Town’s new requirements and regulations for short-term rentals. The sessions will be held at 10 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. on Thursday, November 17, at the Island Recreation Center Community Room, 20 Wilborn Road. At these sessions, Town staff will discuss various topics and answer questions related to the Town’s short-term rental ordinance that the Town Council passed in May of 2022. The …

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Summer Reminders

Good afternoon Shipyard owners! We have had questions regarding the differences between a beach stamp and a beach hangtag. So here are a few points of clarification regarding the summer beach access program: Beach stamps and beach hangtags are two separate entities. Beach stamps are issued to renters and timeshare owners on one of their guest passes (example the Donald Duck Family has 2 vehicles = 1 beach stamp). There are no replacements for misplaced or missing beach stamps. Beach hangtags are issued to owners at a rate of 1 per property. The personal guests and family members of Shipyard property owners are NOT entitled …

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Summer Shipyard Reminders

Good afternoon Shipyard owners! We have had questions regarding the differences between a beach stamp and a beach hangtag. So here are a few points of clarification regarding the summer beach access program: Beach stamps and beach hangtags are two separate entities. Beach stamps are issued to renters and timeshare owners on one of their guest passes (example the Donald Duck Family has 2 vehicles = 1 beach stamp). There are no replacements for misplaced or missing beach stamps. Beach hangtags are issued to owners at a rate of 1 per property. The personal guests and family members of Shipyard property owners are NOT entitled …

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Good Neighbor Cards

As Shipyard Owners, you are entitled to ONE (1) Good Neighbor Card (GNC) per household. They can be picked up at the Sonesta Resort HHI. This is an independent program ran by the Sonesta Resort, Shipyard Golf, and Van Der Meer Tennis. Please direct any questions or concerns to 843-842-2400. The following locations accept the Good Neighbor Card: Seacrest and Bayley’s Sonesta Resort HHI Arum Spa Pearl’s Market Shipyard Golf Brickyard Pub Golf Shop Van Der Meer Tennis  

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HHI Short-Term Rental Ordinance

Short-Term Rental Ordinance As a resort area, Hilton Head Island has numerous short-term rental units. The lack of a Short-Term Rental ordinance has led to an imbalance between residential and resort districts and the elimination of some long-term single-family neighborhoods. The Town proposes to craft a Short-Term Rental ordinance to develop a fair, predictable, and balanced approach to manage short-term rental impacts on our neighborhoods, economy, housing stock, public facilities, and the quality of life of our residents and experiences of our visitors. The Town has hired White & Smith, Planning and Law Group out of Charleston, SC to assist …

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Short-Term Rental Order

April 10, 2020 – Due to overwhelming public concern, the Hilton Head Island Town Council today repealed an emergency ordinance it passed earlier this week and adopted Governor Henry McMaster’s previously issued executive order prohibiting short-term rentals during the COVID-19 crisis. The Governor’s executive order 2020-19, signed into effect on Friday, April 3, directed owners of short-term rentals and other lodging accommodations from making or accepting new reservations from people traveling from areas the Centers for Disease Control has identified as places where COVID-19 transmission is widespread, including the states of New York, New Jersey and Connecticut. The Governor’s order defines …

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