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Latest news on COVID-19 and information on Sullivan's Island entry, restrictions and beach closures.  Click Here.

In an abundance of caution and following the advice of the Centers for Disease Control, Wednesday collection of yard debris will be suspended indefinitely due to the continued spread of COVID-19.  Residents are asked not to place any debris street-side until further notice.  

 Click here to read the final report on Accreted Land Management Plan from Biohabitats.

Click here to read revised pre-proposal draft language for the National Fish and Wildlife Federation's Coastal Resilience Grant Fund. 

Battery Gadsden Cultural Center

Battery Gadsden Cultural CenterBattery Gadsden is a historic artillery battery built in 1903 as a series of batteries and fortifications stretching along the entire coast line of Sullivan's Island. It was named for Colonel James Gadsden who served in the War of 1812 and later under the presidency of Andrew Jackson. Battery Gadsden Cultural Center is a non-profit organization that was established in 1992 by islander Maybe Aiken "Make" Macmurphy. Make's mission was "to establish and maintain a museum of the civilian life of Sullivan's Island; to establish and maintain an art gallery; and to provide studio space for use by local artist." Though Make Macmurphy has since passed away, Island residents have evolved the BGCC and continue to keep Make's mission alive through hosting many community events to showcase local artists, lecturers, musicians and performers. 

Upcoming Presentations

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