Georgetown County Declares State of Emergency — Closes Rec Facilities

NEWS RELEASE – COVID-19 #2 March 16, 2020, (3:30 p.m.) Contact: Jackie Broach-Akers, public information officer Phone: (843) 545-3164 E-mail: jbroach@gtcounty.org FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Georgetown...

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  • DeBordieu Colony hosts Annual Public Safety Appreciation Golf Tournament

    “It’s the camaraderie with fellow officers and being able to show appreciation for their efforts that make it all worthwhile,” said Mike Grabarz, DeBordieu Colony…

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  • Canal Dredging Update – Friday, November 9, 2018

    The dredge has finished dredging the channel to Debidue Creek and is making its way back toward the boat landing. Today you can see the…

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  • Canal Dredging Update – Tuesday, October 30, 2018

    After a rough start due to weather and equipment challenges, the dredge is now working east of Colony Pointe, headed to Debidue Creek.  As of…

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  • Canal Dredging Update – Friday, October 19, 2018

    In case you haven’t seen it, the dredge has arrived and has started assembling pipeline for the upcoming dredging project. Marcol Dredge Superintendent Billy Jordan…

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  • DeBordieu Residents Celebrate 30 Years of “Sweeping” the Beach

    Rain showers couldn’t keep about 60 DeBordieu residents from celebrating 30-years of continuous environmental stewardship with the annual Beach Sweep on Saturday, September 29, 2018. …

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  • DeBordieu Recycling Center

    DeBordieu residents are committed to reducing, reusing  and recycling consumable materials and our newly updated Recycle Center will help meet that goal. “We do not…

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  • Canal Dredge Project – 2018/19

    DeBordieu Colony is a special place situated such that we enjoy exclusive direct access to our beautiful beach, and to a creek and marsh that…

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  • Beach Preservation

    The DeBordieu beach nourishment/groin permit application was submitted to the state and federal regulatory agencies in mid-November, 2017.  The permit was then put out on…

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