Update from Town Manager 4/15/2020

An Update from Town Manager Steve Riley 4/15/2020 View a Video Update from Town Manger Steve Riley at https://youtu.be/gbjEIiZtlLU Good afternoon Hilton Head Islanders, Today would normally be Tax Day and RBC Heritage Pro-Am Day, but we’re not in normal times. Since early March, we’ve been dealing with the coronavirus crisis and our state is still not at its peak with cases. Based on data from SC Department of Health and Environmental Control (SCDHEC), here is what COVID-19 by the numbers looks like for us as of April 15th: 3,656 positive cases of the coronavirus in South Carolina. 205 positive cases …

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Update from Town Manager 4/13/2020

An Update from Town Manager Steve Riley 4/13/2020 View a Video Update from Town Manger Steve Riley at https://youtu.be/qhLNCGELDzs Good afternoon Hilton Head Islanders, I’d first like to extend my thoughts and prayers to our neighbors in Hampton County and other communities across the country impacted by storms and tornadoes that swept through our area on Sunday evening. This is very disheartening news, especially as we continue to deal with the coronavirus crisis. This is indeed a very stressful time. We can all use some good news and ideas on how to be safe and happy at home. Most of us …

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Owner Update (4/13/2020)

Keeping You in the Loop Good morning. As you may be aware, administrative staff is still working on a skeleton crew, but mainly performing all functions via Telework as per social distancing guidelines. Security is fully staffed at this time, and we sincerely hope that we are able to stay fully operational amid this pandemic. However, we remain here for you via email or telephone: Pass Requests: passes@shipyardhhi.com or communications@shipyardhhi.com or (843) 785-3310. All calls are currently forwarded to mobile emergency phones and will be answered Monday-Friday from 8am-4pm. After those hours, or on weekends, please call (843) 785-4776 (Parkway) or (843) 785-3776 …

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Owner Update (4/6/20)

Courtesy of Your Management Team Good morning. As you may be aware, administrative staff is working on a skeleton crew, but mainly performing all functions via Telework as per social distancing guidelines. However, we are still here for you via email or telephone: Pass Requests-passes@shipyardhhi.com or communications@shipyardhhi.com or (843) 785-3310. All calls are currently forwarded to mobile emergency phones and will be answered Monday-Friday from 8am-4pm. After those hours, or on weekends, please call (843) 785-4776 (Parkway) or (843) 785-3776 (Pope). Administrative Concerns/Questions- Sally Warren – swarren@shipyardhhi.com Meredith Elmore – melmore@shipyardhhi.com Security Concerns/Questions- Lawrence Alexander – lalexander@shipyardhhi.com Kyle Tavino – ktavino@shipyardhhi.com …

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An Update from Town Manger 4/8/2020

View a Video Update from Town Manager Steve Riley at https://youtu.be/XjzRaXJvs2o Here are the latest updates on COVID-19 response in our community: Coronavirus Cases As of today, 174 positive cases of the coronavirus have been reported for Beaufort County, according to the latest data from the SC Department of Health and Environmental Control. The number of cases has climbed to 2,552 across the state. You can check out the number of cases in Hilton Head Island zip codes by visiting the coronavirus hub page on our website at hiltonheadislandsc.gov. Hospital Update Hilton Head Hospital CEO Jeremy Clark provided Town Council with an update …

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“Home or Work” Mandate

“Home or work” mandate added to executive order At today’s (Monday, April 6, 2020) press conference, Governor Henry McMaster added mandates to his coronavirus (COVID-19) executive order, which will go into effect tomorrow, Tuesday, April 7, 2020. In his press conference, Governor McMaster issued a “home or work” mandate for all South Carolina residents. According to a his news release, “The governor’s “Home or Work” order goes into effect tomorrow, Tuesday, April 7 at 5:00 PM. As indicated in the executive order, permitted travel includes commuting for work, visiting family, and obtaining essential goods or services. The order will not impact …

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Update from Town Manager 4/3/2020

Please take a moment to view a video update from Town Manager Steve Riley for April 3, 2020. https://youtu.be/o1qGOnFqGFM Stay informed: Website – https://hiltonheadislandsc.gov Twitter – http://twitter.com/TownofHHI Facebook – http://facebook.com/TownofHiltonHeadIslandSC YouTube – https://www.youtube.com/c/TownofHiltonHeadIslandSC For more information visit https://hiltonheadislandsc.gov/publicsafety/coronavirus/

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A Message From David Ames

I have been asked by many, what does shelter in place entail. I’ll offer my advice in a minute, but first, I want to share my response to a constituent’s appeal to “shut the town down.” “Americans, nurtured in individualism and personal freedom respond to crisis management In very different ways than say, China. Yours and my first and best line of defense is our personal behavior and the choices we make based on facts. Each individual can choose to react quickly to new information, whereas, our town government’s procedures and federal and state constitutional protection of individual and property …

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Update from Town Manager 4/1/20

A Video Update from Town Manager Steve Riley 3/31/2020 Please take a moment to view a video update from Town Manager Steve Riley for March 31, 2020. https://youtu.be/ITBrC7cGyco Stay informed: Website – https://hiltonheadislandsc.gov Twitter – http://twitter.com/TownofHHI Facebook – http://facebook.com/TownofHiltonHeadIslandSC YouTube – https://www.youtube.com/c/TownofHiltonHeadIslandSC For more information visit https://hiltonheadislandsc.gov/publicsafety/coronavirus/

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Coronavirus Update

As you know the coronavirus cases in South Carolina have taken a dramatic turn upward. Yesterday, the Governor of South Carolina and the Hilton Head Island Town Council took executive actions to curtail that upward curve on COVID-19 contagion. 1.The Governor previously mandated that anyone visiting from New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, or New Orleans must self quarantine for 14 days to protect the residents of South Carolina and promote a culture of infections control. If you rent your Shipyard property, you are to ensure that your renters follow the Governor’s mandate. 2. On March 30, 2020, the South Carolina Governor, Henry McMaster, closed …

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