City Administrative Offices CLOSED on Monday, September 1 for the holiday, including City Hall, Police Administration, Fire Administration, Public Works, the Building Department, and the Recreation Department. Emergency services are always available by calling 9-1-1.
No garbage collection will occur on Monday, September 1. Click here to view the holiday week garbage collection. Garbage collection reduces to once per week on September 2, 2014.
City Issues Request for Proposals 2014-08 for Comprehensive Redevelopment Master Plan for the Isle of Palms Marina. Deadline: September 29, 2014.
City Council Passes Ordinance 2014-08 Allowing Referendum on Beach Preservation Fee. Click here to Read the Language for the Rederendum.
Police Public Service Announcement: Rental Scams on the Island
Police Department Accepting Applications for Beach Services Officers
SCDOT Road Information and Traffic Cameras
Humane Society Information on Preventing Coyote Conflicts and Protecting Pets
Watch a Video About Flood Insurance
Isle of Palms 2010 Census Data
City of Isle of Palms Emergency Preparedness Information
Emergency: Call 911
Non-Emergency Fire: Call 843-886-4410
Non-Emergency Police: Call 843-886-6522
Rip Current Info
SCDOT Roads and Traffic Cameras
Police Patrol Request
Beach Access and Parking
City Videos on YouTube
EmploymentCodes & OrdinancesEmergency PreparednessParks & RecreationIOP Marina RFPs and RFQs
To receive a free "T" shirt, simply print any page of this website, write your name, home address and email address on it, and bring it with you to City Hall on your next visit to the Isle of Palms (Monday-Friday, 8:00am to 5:00pm).
Charleston, Berkeley and Dorchester County Residents who tour the site are welcome to visit City Hall and pay only $10.00 for the special IOP T-Shirt.
*Sorry, only one Free T-shirt per family.