Flooding on Seabrook – Part 3

The flooding event during the beginning of November demonstrated to all of us that flooding is a real concern on Seabrook Island. We are fortunate that the Communications Committee of the Seabrook Island Property Owners Association (SIPOA) has been working for some time on an education program focused on flooding and water management for Seabrookers to learn about managing risk.

Tidelines has been publishing installments of this Flood Education Program (FEP) to enable Seabrookers to educate themselves in many facets of flooding. This last segment of the series includes the final report of the SIPOA Stormwater Drainage Study, an update on the drainage study, the remediation program, and project recommendations.

This third and last installment of the series is included here:

This third installment also includes Flood Resources such as a Sea Level Rise Viewer and information on King Tides and Hurricanes.

These links as well as the links for the previous two installments can be accessed on the SIPOA website, sipoa.org. Click on Flood Education Resources.

Be aware, be safe.

Tidelines Editors

(Image credit: Josh Shilko)

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