Shipyard Hurricane Talk

It is time to start planning for the next hurricane season! On Friday, June 17th at 10am we will be hosting a Hurricane Prep Talk. Mr. Tom Dunn, Emergency Manager, for the town of Hilton Head Island will be our guest speaker. RSVP to the meeting so we make sure we have enough chairs for everyone. Email membership@shipyardhhi.com or use RSVP form at the bottom of the calendar. If you are new to the area we strongly encourage you to attend the informational meeting regarding how to prepare for Hurricane Season. We will talk about what to expect if the …

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Water Hazard UPDATE! 5/25/22

ALERT! Good afternoon Shipyard, We greatly appreciated your patience during this sudden event. The Town of Hilton Head, PSD, and Shipyard maintenance teams worked tirelessly all day to remedy the problem. As of 3:45pm on Wednesday, 5/25, the area between the Golf Course and traffic circle are ready to be used and the water hazard is cleaned up. We apologize for the inconvenience this caused and thank you for your patience. We are always a call/email away if you need us, so please feel free to reach out. Best Regards, The Shipyard Team General Manager: melmore@shipyardhhi.com Director of Safety & Security: lalexander@shipyardhhi.com …

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Water Hazard! 5/25/22

ALERT! Good morning Shipyard, Until further notice, avoid the area between the Golf Course and the traffic circle! The road has been shut down from Kingston Road to traffic circle due to water main break. The Town of Hilton Head, PSD, and the Shipyard maintenance team are on site now. We apologize for the inconvenience this may cause. As soon as we have any information, we will notify you again. We are always a call/email away if you need us, so please feel free to reach out. Best Regards, The Shipyard Team

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Town of Hilton Head Short Term Rentals

The Hilton Head Island Town Council passed an ordinance regulating how short-term rentals will operate on Hilton Head Island. The ordinance applies to privately owned residential properties rented to visitors for less than 30 days. Although the ordinance is effective now, the Town will not start enforcing it until January 1, 2023. “This ordinance helps preserve our residents’ quality of life in neighborhoods where short-term rentals exist. This is a good step forward to manage the impacts of these types of rentals,” said Mayor John McCann. The ordinance addresses short-term rental related: Permits. Vehicles and parking. Noise management. Violations. Complaint …

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*Weather Watch!

Good morning all, Please see the attached updated from the NWS Charleston related to possible severe thunderstorms this afternoon (3.9.22). Hazardous Weather Outlook This Hazardous Weather Outlook is for southeast Georgia and southeast South Carolina. DAY ONE…Today and tonight. Severe Thunderstorms: A few strong to severe thunderstorms are expected to develop across southeast South Carolina and southeast Georgia this afternoon. The primary threat will be damaging wind gusts, though large hail and an isolated tornado will also be possible. The primary time period for severe weather will be from 2 to 7 pm. DAYS TWO THROUGH SEVEN…Thursday through Tuesday. Frost/Freeze: …

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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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