The following are common guidelines and laws for street parking.  This is information per the City of Goose Creek Police and from the City of Goose Creek website. For more details, please refer to Common Street Parking Laws: Don’t block driveways, mailboxes, fire hydrants, trash receptacles. No person shall park a…  …Read More
We have some exciting things planned for this summer’s Farmers’ Market at Carnes Crossroads. This is the fourth year we’ve hosted the Market, and we’re pleased to introduce a new day and time, and some special promotions that are designed to attract shoppers and promote repeat visits.  If you are interested…  …Read More
The South Carolina Department of Transportation has approved the addition of a traffic light at 2nd Avenue and Highway 17. The light is expected to be installed in the 4th quarter of 2018.  …Read More
Street Lights are an important part of the aesthetics, safety and security for our neighborhood. Below is the protocol for having new street lights turned on and also information on who to call once a light is on but goes out or is damaged. New Street Lights: Our development team…  …Read More
The community pool will be opening on Saturday, March 17th. Now is a great time for everyone to review the pool rules. Click HERE to read through the pool rules. Please make sure that you have your pool fobs that were distributed to new property owners at closing. These fobs are property specific, small grey circular devices…  …Read More
As a reminder, association policy allows one political sign per property that should be no larger than 18″ x 24″ to be placed on private property within 30 days of an election. Please note that the area between the sidewalk and curb is public right of way, and signs placed…  …Read More
Carnes Crossroads residents are reminded that all pets must be kept on a leash at all times and pet owners are responsible for the clean up of their pets. Please see the below information from the City of Goose Creek website as well as information from the Carnes Crossroads Covenants,…  …Read More
As residents of this great community, we have grown accustomed to appreciating the beauty of our picturesque landscapes at home, the common areas, and the lakes with wildlife, such as deer, alligators, squirrels, fox, and even coyote. Our interaction with the local wildlife can be fascinating at times, but can…  …Read More
Spring is the season of growth, renewal, and repair. Help your landscape recover from winter and look its best. Rake your lawn to eliminate fallen leaves, branches and other debris. Detail and manicure your gardens and lawns to help them look their best. Fertilize lawn areas to green-up the lawn…  …Read More