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On July 6, 2021
in County News, Road Construction & Closures
On July 2, 2021
in Closings, Road Construction & Closures, Weekly Update
Monday, July 5, 2021
All Horry County Government offices, except public safety operations, will close in observance of Independence Day.
Thursday, July 8, 2021, 5:30 p.m.
Click here for the agenda or here for the packet.
Note: All branches of the Horry County Memorial Library System will close Saturday, July 3, 2021, in observance of Independence Day.
Carolina Forest Boulevard Widening Project: Night Construction
Construction crews will be working at the Carolina Forest Boulevard and River Oaks intersection starting Tuesday, July 6, 2021, and ending the morning of Friday, July 9, 2021, weather-dependent. Work will start daily at 7 p.m. and end at 7 a.m. Motorists should plan an alternate route, if possible, as there will be delays, flagging operations, lane shifts, and detours as necessary to install the remaining traffic signal components, final asphalt surfacing, concrete island, and pavement markings. Extra caution is urged as the construction area will be very congested with workers and equipment during this timeframe; portable light plants will be strategically placed to aid the visibility of motorists as they navigate the work zone. Motorists are reminded to obey all traffic control devices and use extra patience.
Partial Road Closure on Industrial Park Road
A portion of Industrial Park Road in Conway, between Harris Shortcut Road and the curved section of Industrial Park Road in front of the Horry County Animal Care Center, is closed to all traffic except construction traffic. Motorists in the area should use caution, stay alert for crews working in the area, and pay attention to all signs and traffic control devices.
On June 2, 2020
in Closings, County News, Road Construction & Closures
Due to high water levels along our waterways, some County boat landings have been closed. They will remain closed until water levels recede enough to reopen. The following landings are currently closed:
Billy Witherspoon Landing
Socastee Yacht Basin
Chris Anderson Landing
Old Reaves Ferry Landing
Punch Bowl Landing
Big Bull Landing
In addition, some roadways are closed. You can find a list of County road closures at https://www.horrycounty.org/gis/roadClosures/.
On April 3, 2020
in Emergencies, Road Construction & Closures, Weekly Update
All meetings for April 6-10, 2020, have either been canceled or postponed.
Horry County Government offices remain closed to the public for the week of April 6, 2020. This excludes all airports. Limited court functions will continue. In addition, all state offices in County facilities will remain open, as directed by the Governor.
All County offices will be closed in observance of Good Friday on Friday, April 10, 2020.
We strongly urge the public to handle business online where possible. We understand that there are crucial transactions that must take place and are not available online. The public is asked to call those departments directly for information and coordination.
Court for Horry County Magistrate Court and Circuit Court is canceled the week of April 6. Jurors should not report to the courthouse next week.
The Horry County Emergency phone bank will close at 5:00 p.m. today and will reopen at 8:00 a.m. on Monday, April 6, 2020.
Road Construction Update
Grier Dock Road, in the Galivants Ferry section of Horry County, will be closed for approximately 90-days, weather permitting, beginning April 8, 2020, for the bridge to be replaced.
Additionally, John Cannon Road, in the Aynor section of Horry County, will also be closed for approximately 90-days, weather permitting, starting April 2, 2020, for the bridge to be replaced.
On March 13, 2020
in County News, Road Construction & Closures
The Bay Road drainage and safety improvements are moving steadily towards completion. The county’s contractor will be on the road over the next couple of weeks to complete the grass shoulder widening, asphalt milling, and final road resurfacing work. Expect intermittent single lane closures during this time.
This project is improving safety along the road by widening the shoulder and by creating much flatter side slopes along the roadside ditch. In addition, approximately 1,200 linear feet of guard rail will be installed at the edge of the new shoulder as shown on the attached map.
We anticipate that all paving work will wrap-up by the end of March, and the guard rail will be completely installed approximately one to two weeks after paving is complete, weather permitting.
As we finish the remainder of the project, we ask drivers in the area to slow down, pay attention to traffic control devices, and look out for crews working along the roadway. Stay tuned to our website at horrycounty.org and our social media feeds for updates!
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