Weekly Update: 7/10/2020

Due to the recent increase in Covid-19 cases, the POA office is operating by appointment only at this time. When visiting the POA office for any reason please remember to wear your mask.

Golf Cart Rules and Regulations
As golf cart popularity increases in our community, please ensure your family stays safe by following these simple South Carolina Laws. To drive a golf cart in South Carolina, you must:

  • Be at least 16 years old
  • Have a valid driver’s license
  • Have the cart registered with the S.C. Department of Motor Vehicles
  • Have proof of liability insurance
  • Display a state permit decal
  • Only drive during daylight hours
  • Only drive within 4 miles of the address on the registration certificate
  • Only drive on roadways with a speed limit of 35 mph or less
  • Not drive on a bike path, sidewalk or on the trails trails

Violating any golf cart law could result in a misdemeanor punishable with a maximum fine of $100 or 30 days in jail.

This Week’s Food Truck Friday Vendors:
*Each Food Truck has an option to preorder for pick up and pay online.
Next Week’s Food Truck Friday Vendors:
Rolled Quesadilla: http://rolledquesadillas.com/
Sno Bar: https://roaminghunger.com/snobar-southeast/
Charleston Pops: https://www.charlestonpops.com/Community Reminders
  • The pool summer season hours are 7am–10pm. The pool monitor hours are 1pm – 8pm. In addition, the kitchen is now available for use during normal pool hours.
  • As a courtesy to your neighbors, please store your trash receptacles out of sight. This can be accomplished by storing them within a fenced area, using landscape screening or storing them within your garage.
  • Trash pick-up day is Thursday. Please place your receptacles by the curb Wednesday evening and have them pulled in by Thursday evening. Your neighbors thank you.
  • Please do your duty and pick up after your pet!
  • Please note that trailers, boats, and recreational vehicles must be stored in your garage or be parked where not visible from the street.
  • Only rain down the drain! Preventing grass clippings and landscape debris from entering the storm drains is an important step towards keeping our ponds healthy.
  • Carnes Crossroads Design GuidelinesModification Application