The town is working on the 5 year review of the comprehensive plan. Please submit your input via this survey.
The Town of Sullivan's Island Historic Resources Survey (PDF)- Presented by New South Associates, Inc.
Sullivan’s Island is renowned for its tidy parks and pristine beaches. Our caring community makes this happen through various volunteer efforts including the Adopt-A-Station program, park clean ups, beach and marsh sweeps and donations. These efforts are important to help protect our unique ecosystem and raise awareness about the negative impacts of trash and debris on the ocean, salt marshes and wildlife. It also strengthens our community as we work towards a common goal of keeping the Island healthy and thriving! For more information on volunteer efforts please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Charleston Beach Foundation hosted their first beach sweep on October 24, 2020. Nearly 60 people gathered at Dunleavy's Pub and collected multiple bags of trash. WCBD was onsite to document their efforts. Way to go, team!
On Saturday, November 7, 2020 a bench was dedicated to Mac Macmurphy, III. He was an active naturalist and believed in preserving all things Sullivan's Island. He spent quite a bit of time in the Maritime Forest. His family hopes that those who sit on the bench appreciate Sullivan's Island's natural beauty as much as he did.
Front Row L to R - Maggie Koenig, Jeff Koenig, Gill Koenig, John Macmurphy, Joanna Macmurphy, Jay Macmurphy, Kimberly Macmurphy, Keilyn Macmurphy
Back Row L to R - JD Macmurphy, Baen Macmurphy, Liam Macmurphy
The crew from our local Trader Joe's volunteer regularly to make our beach look pristine!
15 volunteers from GAF Materials Corporation from North Charleston spent the day on Thursday, October 17, 2019 removing 8 bags of trash and additional lumber from the beach! Thank you!
The Town wishes to recognize the Charleston area alumni of East Carolina University for their recent beach sweep. The group met in front of the elementary school and picked up litter down to Station 26 Street. Using the DHEC app the volunteers collected and recorded three bags of debris. THANK YOU PIRATES!!!!!!”