A large section of S.C. Hwy. 22 is underwater as Waccamaw reaches record flooding.

September 23, 2018September 23, 2018 08:22 AM

A large section of S.C. Hwy. 22 is underwater from SC-90 to SC-905 in Horry County on Saturday, Sept. 22 as the Waccamaw River continues to rise beyond record flood levels

The Waccamaw River near Conway reached a flood level of 18.97 feet by 1 p.m. Saturday, and it’s still rising, according to the National Weather Service. The river is expected to crest Tuesday at about 22 feet — roughly 4 feet higher than levels seen after Hurricane Matthew in 2016 and Hurricane Floyd in 1999.

Horry county schools announce cancellation of School

September 23, 2018 04:37 PM




September 19, 2018  10 a.m.

Conway, South Carolina – South Carolina Department of Natural Resources has created a map showing the flooding the occurred with Hurricane Matthew in 2016. Hurricane Florence flooding is expected to match those flooding levels and in many cases exceed those levels. This mapping application, available on Horry County’s website, allows users to search by address and the map will zoom to that location. The hatched areas identify areas impacted by Hurricane Matthew and are expected to be impacted by Hurricane Florence flooding.

It is important to note, residents should prepare to expect flood heights equal to or greater than those experienced during Hurricane Matthew.

NOTE: Residents should not rely on this map or underlying flood data as being certain or determinative, as conditions resulting from Hurricane Florence are unprecedented and are in flux. Residents should err on the side of caution and make decisions based on their own assessment of what is best for their safety and well-being and the preservation of their property. Horry County Government cannot and does not assume such responsibility by providing information and forecasts as has been made available to it by State and Federal authorities.

To view the Horry County Government flood maps, visit our website at www.horrycounty.org. Users can also find links to local road conditions, damage self-reporting, electrical outages and more.

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Hurricane Florence Damage Assessment Underway

Conway, SC (September 23, 2018)— As rising waters continue to impact our region, County officials are assessing the damage to both residential and commercial structures to determine the impact of Hurricane Florence in our area. This evaluation plays a critical role in acquiring the federal financial assistance to assist the region’s disaster recovery efforts.

Reaching all of the impacted areas, however, becomes more difficult as flooding continues. To ensure planning efforts are based on a comprehensive data regarding storm and flood impacts, Horry County officials are requesting that citizens report their property damage information from Hurricane Florence and the current flood event.

A new Property Damage Self-Reporting Tool, located at https://www.horrycounty.org/, allows owners and renters to inform the County of the location, owner, extent of damage, and status of the affected property. The data and photos reported through this website will help the county to assess the comprehensive impact of Hurricane Florence, and to determine the best long-term recovery strategies for affected communities.

Homeowners who have experienced property damage are encouraged to contact FEMA directly to determine if they are eligible for financial assistance. Please visit https://www.disasterassistance.gov/ to apply for funding. Alternatively, citizens may call the registration phone number at 1 (800) 621-3362. Individuals with a speech disability or hearing loss may use TTY by calling 1 (800) 462-7585. Individuals utilizing 711 or video relay service (VRS) may call 1 (800) 621-3362.

The road to recovery is just beginning. The input of our property owners is critical to ensure that recovery plans are based on a comprehensive picture of the storm impacts.


Contact Information:
Myrtle Beach Golf &
Yacht Club Homeowners
6851 King Arthur Drive
Myrtle Beach, SC 29588
Phone: (843)650-3055
Fax: (843)650-3785

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MBG&YC HOA Office E-mail Address & Emergency Phone
Ron Girton, Manager - myrtlebeachgyofficemanagerron@gmail.com
WE WILL HAVE MONITORS AVAILABLE THROUGHOUT THIS STORM. Our manager Ron Girton is on premises for any emergencies. The gates will be removed for safety purposes. We also have monitors that are available to help keep the front as safe as possible during this time. If anyone should need to touch base with a monitor Al Antash 914-564-1223 will be your phone contact ONCE AGAIN PLEASE STAY SAFE--DO NOT OPEN YOUR DOORS TO ANYONE THAT YOU ARE NOT EXPECTING!

If you have questions
or need to convey
concerns to the
Board of Directors
and/or verify
Please Email
MBG&YC manager
Ron Girton





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Because of possible road flooding

and possible power loss

Horry County is suggesting



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