Awendaw Fire Department

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Awendaw Fire Department
Awendaw Fire Department is listed in the Fire Protection Services category in Awendaw, South Carolina. Displayed below are the social networks for Awendaw Fire Department which include a Facebook page, a Instagram account, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of Awendaw Fire Department on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 95.

Contact information for Awendaw Fire Department is:
6384 Maxville Rd
Awendaw, SC 29429
(843) 928-3294

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Planning, Public Works and Finance Committee meetings start at 5. You can view the agenda here: twitter.com/i/web/status/9…


Charleston County Council tonight at 6:30. Check out the agenda here: bit.ly/2sevxSh

The Charleston County Greenbelt Program has reached a major milestone! The program has reached its goal to protect 30 percent of the County’s Lands. When the Greenbelt Program was born in 2005, 160,000 acres were protected leaving 40,000 acres that still needed to be preserved to reach its 30 percent goal. Since 2006, nearly 38,000 acres have been protected. The Greenbelt Program preserved 21,000 and conservation partners have protected nearly 17,000, bringing the total acres protected to 198,000. Here are just a few of the properties that have been protected under the program funded by the Transportation Sales Tax: 42 acres surrounding the Angel Oak tree Wide Awake Park in Hollywood McLeod Plantation on James Island 200 acres for a future park on Rifle Range Rd in Mt. Pleasant 200 acres for a future park on Bear Swamp Rd in West Ashley Read more here: http://bit.ly/2heaONa Watch our Greenbelt video here: https://youtu.be/MDTHaE97iW8


RT @NorthCharleston: Our Emergency Preparedness Coordinator is joined by @ChasCountyGov EMD in a discussion with business leaders from @Cha…


Charleston County Greenbelt Program reaches goal to protect 30% of the County's Land. Read more: twitter.com/i/web/status/9…

Don't forget to dump any standing water that might still be in your yard after Irma. It can be a breeding ground for mosquitoes. Fight the bite and be a good neighbor see it, dump it.

A traffic alert for the Maybank Highway Improvements Project. Starting tomorrow a lane will be shifted and speed will be reduced to 35 mph as crews work on a drainage ditch. Eastbound traffic coming from Johns Island to James Island will be shifted into the available left hand turn lane only into Fenwick Hall. The lane shift will occur (weather permitting) from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday - Friday for the next two weeks. For more details on the project: http://bit.ly/2x9mdEg


Traffic alert on Maybank for our improvements project. Lane shift & reduced speed (35 mph) start tomorrow. twitter.com/i/web/status/9…

A few reminders for this weekend. Our crews will be picking up recycling Saturday. They're on a two-day delay, so if your normal pick-up was Thursday it will get picked up tomorrow. The Bees Ferry Landfill will be open for extended hours tomorrow and next week. If you live in Charleston County don't forget to report any damage from Irma here http://bit.ly/2xsHBVU.

We maybe saying our goodbyes to Irma but hurricane season doesn't officially end until November 30. Make sure you are ready if another storm threatens the East Coast. Download our hurricane guide today - http://bit.ly/2siMpqf