Hurricane Ian has now strengthened to a Category 3 hurricane and the chances of its track shifting offshore and then back onshore (after having traveled through Florida) have increased to a 40% chance which increases our risk of more intense rain, wind, and storm inundation. Our forecasted...Read more


September 27, 2022

Edisto Beach & Island Residents & Business Owners,

The Town of Edisto Beach will host the annual Trick-or-Treat at the Creek event on Monday, October 31, from 5:30 – 7:00 p.m. This popular event at Bay Creek Park will include hotdogs grilled by...Read more


Hurricane Ian has now developed into a category 1 hurricane and is expected to rapidly strengthen over the next few days. Potential impacts to Edisto Beach include heavy rainfall, minor flooding beginning this Wednesday, with moderate flooding on Thursday and Friday, and tropical storm force...Read more


Please be advised that the Town is monitoring the progression of Tropical Depression Nine. The current forecast predicts potential tropical storm force winds as early as this coming Wednesday morning. The National Weather Service has reported they are confident there will be some level of impact...Read more


At the September 17, 2022 Regular Council meeting, Daniel Seyle was promoted to Police Chief. Chief Miano resigned effective September 16 due to a family member's recent health diagnosis.Read more