Dumpsters This past weekend we noticed many dumpsters uncovered and not emptied. Please remember and remind your landscaping/construction crew, that dumpsters must be covered at the end of each work day and NOT to be overflowing with trash. Any continuous violations are subject to fines in compliance with the Covenants.
The POA is always happy to see owners working in their yard or hiring a company to maintenance it, but please dispose of your debris or have your landscaper take it with them. Do not stage it on the side of the road or in lots that appear empty. Below you will find a link to the HHI website where they speak more about what they can accept and the provide an application to allow you to dump debris and trash. HHI Dump
Pet Etiquette! Friendly reminder to please pick up after your pet!! We have noticed bags being placed and tossed on the sides of walkways, on top of signs, etc. No one wants to see or smell pet waste as they are taking a winter stroll through Shipyard.
Now, what are you going to do about your Christmas tree? If it’s a live tree, it’s recyclable. Please remove all decorations from the tree. Here’s the full list of Beaufort County convenience center locations: 104 Simmonsville Road, Bluffton (closed Wendesdays) 26 Summit Drive, Hilton Head (closed Wendesdays) 0 Shanklin Road, Beaufort (closed Wendesdays) 639 Sea Island Parkway, St. Helena (closed Wendesdays) 63 Big Estate Road, Yemassee (open Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays) 10 Cee Cee Road, St. Helena (open Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays) 6 Keans Neck Road, Seabrook (open Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays) 208 Johnson Road, Seabrook (open Sundays, Tuesdays …