As you know, Hurricane Irma may impact our area within the next few days. We would like to remind you to take the following precautions:
Carnes Crossroads is in Evacuation Zones G and H. Check the evacuation maps for your specific location.
Be sure to check around the entire perimeter of your residence and secure or bring inside any exterior items such as trash cans, planters (both hanging and potted), garden hoses, wind chimes, yard art, furniture, grills, bird feeders, basketball hoops, sports goals & other play/recreational equipment and any other loose items that could damage your property or neighboring properties or become life threatening projectiles.
All builders and contractors have been asked to remove or secure their dumpsters with a cover and to remove or secure all port-o-lets and loose materials at their job sites. If you are having personal renovations or remodeling at your home, please remind your contractors/builders about these items.
In the event you lose electricity, notify Berkeley Electric Cooperative at (843) 761-8200 of power outages.
Make sure you have an adequate supply of canned goods, bottled water and batteries. If you do not have bottled water on hand, fill a bathtub or sink with fresh water.
In light of Hurricane Irma, the County is working to provide sandbags for Berkeley County citizens at local fire departments.The following locations are offering sandbags:
Town of Moncks Corner Fire Department, 118 Carolina Avenue, Moncks Corner, SC
Whitesville Fire Department, 115 Sunview Avenue, Moncks Corner, SC
C & B Fire Department, 509 Royle Road, Ladson, SC
Moncks Corner Rural Fire Department, 1201 Edward Dr, Moncks Corner, SC
To purchase sandbags, citizens should contact a local home hardware store.
Berkeley County has announced a citizen hotline for non-emergency Hurricane Irma-related questions. Call (843)719–4800.
The POA Field Operations Staff has already completed preparations for Hurricane Irma for all of our common areas, pools, boats landings and other amenities.
In order to ensure that the pools are safely secured, the entry doors will not be accessible until further notice. Please stay out of the pool areas for your safety.
Make necessary accommodations for pets.
Any tree on someone’s personal property is their responsibility to remove if fallen.
Monitor the weather conditions closely and be prepared to follow recommendations of state and local authorities.
Residents should review personal safety and hurricane preparedness plans, local evacuation zones and locate the nearest hurricane evacuation routes.
For the safety of our POA team, the POA office will be closed Monday, September 11th and possibly Tuesday, September 12th. The office may close earlier depending on the track of the storm and recommendations of local and state authorities with regard to evacuations. Staff will return as soon as officials declare it is safe to return.
For downed power lines, tree limbs, trees or other large debris that you may encounter in the streets or roads, please call 911 to report them.
For all other issues regarding POA maintained property, for example, pool, trails, parks, common areas, or ponds, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Any information you can send including address/location of the issue and a photo of the problem is appreciated.