Jun 21, 2016
In order to preserve this beautiful Island and to continue to provide its residents and visitors with a unique wide stretch of sandy shoreline, a beach re-nourishment project commenced in June 2016. Although work will commence this summer, high density visitor-oriented beaches along central shoreline will not be impacted until fall.
During the 5 month re-nourishment project, construction operations must proceed around the clock and will, on average, move along the shoreline at a rate of about 200 to 300 feet per day. Please note that only approximately 1,000 feet of beach access will be restricted per day, leaving all remaining Hilton Head Island beach available for use.
For more information, or to subscribe to updates, visit http://hiltonheadislandsc.gov/projects/beachrenourish/2016beachrenourish/.
If you have questions regarding the 2016 Beach Re-nourishment Project, please contact Scott Liggett, Director of Public Projects & Facilities at 843-341-4776.
Source: 2016 Beach Renourishment Project
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