While the Emergency Operations Center at Charleston County remains at Operation Conditional (OPCON) 1, the Town of James Island has moved to OPCON 3 as we’re resuming Town Services at a limited capacity and recovery operations are still ongoing.
The Town of James Island has been evaluating and monitoring the conditions of roads and working with Charleston County and the SC Department of Transportation to abate immediate concerns and begin the process of repairing damaged roads once conditions allow. Charleston County will be issuing a schedule for repairs once evaluations have been completed, but your patience is appreciated due to the high volume of work. If you notice damage to a road, please contact Charleston County directly at 843.202.7600. In addition, please also feel free to notify the Town of any concerns at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are in need of damage assessment at your home, please contact Charleston County Building Services at 843.202.6930. In addition, please also feel free to notify the Town of any concerns at email@example.com.
Information on Federal assistance in relation to the severe flooding incident:
Early registration is open for the State of South Carolina for flood damage, according to the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA).
Currently, Charleston, County is on the list of eligible counties for federal declaration for Individual Assistance. Please visit the FEMA website listed below and apply online to start your application. When asked to choose a disaster, select Disaster has occurred, but not in the list. You may also call the phone number below.
Those without Internet access, the Charleston County Public Library on Camp Road has computers with Internet access that may be utilized.
Please update your contact information with the Charleston County Citizen Alert Notification System at https://member.everbridge.net/index/453003085611698 and on smart911.com.
Visit the Town’s website at www.jamesislandsc.us , Facebook and Twitter for further updates.
You can also download Charleston County’s free EMD app by searching CC EMD in your carrier’s app store. Updates will also be posted to Charleston County’s Facebook, Twitter and YouTube pages.
For any further questions, please contact Town Hall at 843.795.4141 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.