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Outdoor Burn Ban To Be Lifted

Conway, South Carolina –Due to improved conditions and effective tomorrow (March 12) at 7 am, the outdoor burning ban for all unincorporated Horry County will been lifted. Horry County Fire Rescue will continue to monitor conditions and may re-impose the ban at a later date if conditions deteriorate.

Horry County Government has a policy allowing it to institute an outdoor burning ban whenever there's a statewide red flag alert or if weather conditions appear conducive to wildfires. For more information, contact Horry County Fire Rescue at (843) 915-5190.



Horry County Government Weekly Update for March 13-17, 2017

Click HERE for Horry County Government's meetings, agendas, events, releases and road construction for the week of March 13-17, 2017.



Outdoor Burn Ban Issued for Horry County

Conway, South Carolina –Horry County Government has initiated an outdoor burning ban effective immediately for unincorporated Horry County.  This ban will remain in place until further notice.

The ban has been placed due to low relative humidity and wind speeds.  Outdoor burning is strictly prohibited until during the ban and such burning if it occurs would be in violation of law.

For more information, contact Horry County Fire Rescue at (843) 915-5190.



Surfside Library to Close for BBQ Festival

Conway, South Carolina – Due to road closures for the Surfside Beach BBQ Festival, the Surfside branch of the Horry County Memorial Library will be closed Saturday, March 11, 2016.

During the closure, patrons are encouraged to visit the Horry County Memorial Library’s other locations throughout Horry County.

For a list of locations or more information visit the Horry County Memorial Library online or contact the Horry County Memorial Library Administrative offices at 843-915-5285.

 



Outdoor Burn Ban Lifted

Conway, South Carolina –Due to improved conditions and effective immediately, the outdoor burning ban for all unincorporated Horry County has been lifted. Horry County Fire Rescue will continue to monitor conditions and may re-impose the ban at a later date if conditions deteriorate.

Horry County Government has a policy allowing it to institute an outdoor burning ban whenever there's a statewide red flag alert or if weather conditions appear conducive to wildfires.

For more information, contact Horry County Fire Rescue at (843) 915-5190.



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