Projects

Water System Improvement Project

The Town of Edisto Beach water supply comes from groundwater wells in the Santee Limestone aquifer.  This water supply has elevated levels of chloride, fluoride, and sodium concentrations that affect taste and may cause corrosion in the distribution system and residential plumbing and...

Storm Damage Reduction Project

In 2001, the Town began working with the United States Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) to develop the Town's Hurricane and Storm Damage and Reduction Project which received Congressional approval in 2014.  Even though the project was authorized, it did not receive obligated funds ($22.2 M)...

Yacht Club Road Drainage and Paving

The end of Yacht Club Road pavement and bike path are in disrepair.  There is also a drainage system that was impacted from the previous years storms.  Town staff will be working on the drainage and the pot holes on Yacht Club Road.  Bids are being acquired for repaving the end of...

E-One Ladder Truck Project Quint Loaner Truck

May 29, 2019 marks the first day of a 100-day project to refurbish and rebuild components of the Town's E-One Ladder Truck.  A 75' Quint truck has been loaned to the Town by the firm refurbishing the E-1.  Earlier this year, Town Council approved the refurbishment and rebuilding of the...

Convenience Station Improvements

Over the years slight improvements have been made to implement functional components to the convenience station.  We have added concrete pads using Keep America Beautiful grants and also a second gate. 

The next phase includes modifying the layout of the containers to provide...

Sea Turtle Protection Project

In 2018, the Town began implementing steps to protect sea turtles.  Phase I has been implemented and 6 turtle friendly lights were installed at locations that ranked highest for hatching misorientations.  These lights are being fitted with shields to  complete this phase . ...

Billow Street/Arc Street Drainage Project

In 2014, the South Carolina Department of Transportation and the Town implemented the first phase of a drainage plan in this area.  Crossdrains were installed across Palmetto Boulevard and positive flow drainage was established to the outfall at the end of Billow Street.  However, to...

Fire Hydrant Maintenance

The past years of flooding has caused many of our hydrants to show signs of rust.  The Town is in the process of having many hydrants hydroblasted and repainted.  Cool Blast Equipment Company is removing the rust by blasting it with dry ice and the Fire Department will be painting the...