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On September 10, 2018
in County News, Emergencies
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 10
3 p.m.-Horry County Transportation Committee, Horry County Government & Justice Center, Council Conference Room, 1301 Second Avenue, Conway.Cancelled
5:30 p.m.-Horry County Zoning Board of Appeals, Horry County Government & Justice Center, Multipurpose Rooms, 1301 Second Avenue, Conway.
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 11
12 p.m.-Horry County Parks & Open Space Board, Horry County Government & Justice Center, Multipurpose Room B, 1301 Second Avenue, Conway. Cancelled
2 p.m.-Horry County Administration Committee, Horry County Government & Justice Center, Council Conference Room, 1301 Second Avenue, Conway. Cancelled
On September 8, 2018
Date: 8 September 2017
Time: 12 p.m.
Conway, South Carolina – Horry County has moved to a Level 4 Operating Condition (OPCON 4) as of 12 p.m. today in preparation for potential impacts from Tropical Storm Florence. OPCON 4 puts Horry County on “alert” status, which means county officials have begun discussions with South Carolina Emergency Management, coastal communities including local municipalities, and will continue to monitor the situation closely. The Horry County Emergency Operations Center is not currently activated, however, Horry County Emergency Management will continue to keep the public aware of changes in the forecast and appropriate action will be taken as necessary.
In anticipation of possible effects on Horry County from the tropical system, Horry Emergency Management wants to remind all citizens that waiting for a watch or warning is waiting too long! Begin preparation now by:
Additional hurricane information can be found on Horry County’s website at www.horrycounty.org.
Horry County Emergency Management Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/horrycountyemergencymanagementdepartment
Horry County Emergency Management Twitter:
Horry County Operating Condition (OPCON) Levels
OPCON 5: Normal day to day operations
OPCON 4: Storm poses possible threat: The possibility of an emergency or disaster situation that may require activation of the Emergency Operation Center (EOC).
OPCON 3: Storm poses significant threat: A disaster or emergency situation is likely. Most likely the Emergency Operation Center (EOC) has been or will be activated (either partially or fully based on the severity of the event).
OPCON 2: Evacuation order imminent: A disaster or emergency situation is imminent or in effect.
OPCON 1: Evacuation order issued: A major disaster or emergency is in effect. This is the highest state of emergency situation and the Emergency Operations Center is fully activated. This also applies to post disaster operations.
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