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Riversweep this coming Saturday has been canceled due to the rising water levels and will be rescheduled for a later date. ...

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Georgetown, South Carolina - Official City Government

River Flood Warning- Twice a day we will post river forecasts for our region, this includes the Waccamaw, Black, Lumber, Lynches and Pee Dee Rivers. Many of which are forecasted to reach major flood stage if not break historical river record levels. Once the rain stops and we know total rainfall amounts, these forecasts will become more accurate over time. Forecasts will be posted twice a day- AM and PM, be sure to check the date before sharing to ensure it’s the latest forecast. Each river will have a separate forecast posted so you can easily share and we ask that you share this information with friends and family who could be effected as some of our waterways will rise rapidly. If you have any questions, please let us know and we will do our best to help you. Once conditions are safe, our staff will be monitoring other potential hazards due to catastrophic flooding. If you have any concerns about hazards on our waterways please contact us or the appropriate authorities for your area. In the meantime, our thoughts and prayers go out to all the residents and families effected by Hurricane/ Flood Florence and our colleagues to the north dealing with a catastrophic flooding event. Please be sure to read- Stay Safe After a Flood- as many of the risks associated with flooding are after the storm. ...

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City Offices Open as of September 17, 2018

City Offices are open and City services are fully operational as of Monday September 17, 2018.

Riversweep canceled for Saturday, September 22, 2018

Riversweep this coming Saturday has been canceled due to the rising water levels and will be rescheduled for a later date.

Rescheduled – Architectural Review Board Meeting

The Architectural Review Board has rescheduled their regular September meeting to Monday, September 24, 2018, at 5:30 PM.  Please contact the Housing & Community Development Department at 843-545-4010 for more information.

City Utilities

***FOR CITY UTILITY CUSTOMERS ONLY There is no plan to shut off any City Utilities (water/electric) during the storm.

City Radio Station – WGEO FM 105.7

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