Tropical Storm Elsa

Latest Sea Pines CSA Community Update 7/22/21 @ 2:30 PM:

Sea Pines CSA crews and contracted service providers continue clean-up efforts throughout the community following Tropical Storm Elsa. Our teams continue to address and prioritize safety concerns for our roads, CSA-managed open spaces (approximately 1,200 acres), leisure trails, and beachwalks related to storm damages and debris. We appreciate your patience as we continue to work as safely and quickly as possible to address this clean-up recovery effort.

Sea Pines CSA Contractor Removing Roadside Debris
Sea Pines CSA Contractor Removing Hazardous Branches
CSA Employees, David Stokes & Jacolby Grant Clean Out Storm Drainage on Spotted Sandpiper

Important Reminders and Updates:

  • Sea Pines CSA crews and 6 additional contracted service providers continue working to address the collection of debris from CSA neighborhood debris piles and the additional storm-related piles throughout the community. Due to the large amount of storm debris generated from Tropical Storm Elsa collection pick-up is on a delayed schedule.
  • Vegetative Storm Debris should be stacked at designated CSA roadside debris pickup sites. If the debris site is full, do not block roads, driveways, or create traffic visibility hazards. Do NOT place trash in debris pickup piles.
  • DO NOT pile any storm debris in roadside ditches, block the pipe ends with debris in ditches, or stack on catch basins/inlets. Clear drainage ditches and catch basins play an important role in stormwater management and can help prevent road flooding in our community.
  • Commercial landscapers are NOT permitted to dump landscaping debris in the neighborhood drop sites or roadside within Sea Pines.
  • Landscape companies are directed to transport debris to the Debris Recycling Facility. Please note: This facility does not have the ability to process material in a diameter of 6 inches and above.
  • The Debris Recycling Facility is open M-F 7:30 am – 4:00 pm and is located off of Greenwood Drive. Enter at the Trolley Station and approximately 25 yards to the left you will see the dirt driveway leading to the Debris Recycling Facility.
  • Due to the high number of incoming requests, there will be service delays for mailbox repairs and replacements. Report mailbox damages online by clicking here.
  • Mulch deliveries have resumed as of Thursday, July 15th. To place a mulch delivery order online, please click here.
  • Our next mosquito treatment will take place on Thursday, July 22nd during overnight hours, weather permitting.
  • For safety reasons, at this time Six Oaks Cemetery and Park remain closed to general visitors. For access, please contact John Hunter, Cemetery Manager, by phone at 843.384.3796 or by email at

Previous Updates

7/15/21 Update – Click here to view

7/9/21 (2:45) – Click here to view

7/8/21 (3:00 PM) – Click here to view A Letter From Larry Movshin CSA Board Chairman, RE: Tropical Storm Elsa

7/8/21 (1:05 PM)- Click here to view

7/8/21 Update (8AM)- Click here to view

7/8/21 Update (1:53 AM)- Click here to view

7/7/2021 Update- Click here to view

7/6/2021 Update- Click here to view