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South Carolina Evacuation Zones

Evacuation Zones & Maps in South Carolina

In the event you’re not sure as to which evacuation zone you’re in inside South Carolina, this map will assist. It’s the Know Your Zone interactive map from SCEMD.Right here is one other map, offered by SCEMD, which exhibits an in depth breakdown of evacuation zones for every space. You’ll be able to see a bigger map and zoom in right here.

South Carolina Evacuation Zones

SCEMDSouth Carolina Evacuation Zones

South Carolina has a 2018 hurricane information which you’ll be able to learn right here that will help you put together. This map, from South Carolina’s official information, particulars the hurricane evacuation routes as designated by SCDOT:

South Carolina Evacuation Route

South Carolina Evacuation Route

Listed here are extra particulars about evacuation routes based mostly in your location, as offered by SCDOT and the Division of Public Security. These will come into impact when evacuations are issued for the areas.  These are divided into conglomerates and areas. Seek for your metropolis or county or area to seek out the areas which might be related to you. 


Northern Conglomerate Evacuation Map

Northern Conglomerate Map

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This evacuation route consists of Little River, North Myrtle Seashore, Briarcliff Acres, Myrtle Seashore, Socastee, Surfside Seashore, Backyard Metropolis, Murrells Inlet, Winyah Bay, and Georgetown. Study extra right here.

SC Visitors (the Division of Public Security) describes the northern evacuation routes this manner:

  • “North Myrtle Seashore and northward: Evacuees from Briarcliff Acres and northward will take SC 9 north to I-95 and past.
  • Briarcliff Acres south to Myrtle Seashore 10th Avenue North: Evacuees from Briarcliff Acres south to 10thAvenue North will take SC 22 (Conway Bypass) to US 501 to Marion. In Marion, they could then take US 76 to Florence to entry I-95 southbound or they could keep on US 501 to SC 38 to entry I-95 northbound.
  • Myrtle Seashore, from 10th Avenue North south to the Myrtle Seashore Airport: Evacuees from the Myrtle Seashore space south of 10th Avenue North and north of the Myrtle Seashore Airport will take US 501 to Conway.They could then take US 378 to Columbia or proceed on US 501 to Marion. In Marion, they could then take US 76 to Florence to entry I-95 southbound or they could keep on US 501 to SC 38 to entry I-95 northbound.
  • Myrtle Seashore Airport southward by way of Surfside Seashore: Evacuees from the Myrtle Seashore space from the Myrtle Seashore Airport southward via Surfside Seashore will take SC 544 to US 501 to Conway.They could then take US 378 to Columbia or proceed on US 501 to Marion. In Marion, they could then take US 76 to Florence to entry I-95 southbound or they could keep on US 501 to SC 38 to entry I-95 northbound.Backyard Metropolis Seashore south to Winyah Bay: Evacuees from Backyard Metropolis Seashore southward to Winyah Bay will take US 17 south by way of Georgetown.  They may then take US 521 to SC 261 to US 378 to Columbia.Alternatively, they could take US 17 south to US 701 in Georgetown to SC 51 to US 378 at Kingsburg.”

Central Conglomerate Evacuation Map

Central Conglomerate Map

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This evacuation map consists of Edisto Island, Adams Run, Yonges Island, Meggett, Hollywood, Ravenel, John’s Island, Kiawah Island, Seabrook, James Island, Folley Seashore, Metropolis of Charleston, North Charleston, East Cooper, Mt. Nice, Sullivan’s Island, Isle of Palms, Awendaw, and McClellanville. Study extra right here.

SC Visitors (the Division of Public Security) describes the evacuation routes this manner. (The following is quoted from SCTraffic.org):

  • “Edisto Island and Adams Run: Evacuees from Edisto Island and Adams Run will take SC 174 to US 17.  They’ll then take US 17 south to SC 64. SC 64 will take them to Walterboro and ultimately to Augusta
  • “Yonges Island, Meggett, Hollywood, Ravenel: [Evacuees from Yonges Island, Meggett, Hollywood and Ravenel will take SC 165 to US 17.  They’ll then take US 17 south to SC 64. SC 64 will take them to Walterboro and ultimately to Augusta.
  • “Johns Island, Kiawah Island and Seabrook: Evacuees from Johns Island, Kiawah Island and Seabrook will use SC 700 and Secondary Street 20 (Bohicket Street) to US 17.  They’ll then take US 17 south to SC 64. SC 64 will take them to Walterboro and ultimately to Augusta
  • “James Island and Folly Seashore: Evacuees from James Island and Folly Seashore will take SC 171 to US 17.  They’ll then journey south on US 17 to I-526 to the reversed lanes of I-26
  • “Metropolis of Charleston: Evacuees from the West Ashley space will use SC 61 to US 78. US 78 will take them to Aiken and ultimately to Augusta.  Evacuees from the downtown Charleston areas will use the traditional westbound lanes of I-26
  • “North Charleston: Evacuees from North Charleston will take US 52 (Rivers Avenue). They could take US 78 to US 178 to Orangeburg or they could keep on US 52 northbound to Goose Creek.
    • At Goose Creek, visitors in the correct lane of US 52 will proceed on to Moncks Nook. In Moncks Nook, it is going to be directed onto SC 6, which can take evacuees to Columbia.
    • Visitors within the left lane of US 52 at Goose Creek can be directed onto US 176 to Columbia.
    • Evacuees travelling west on SC 642 (Dorchester Street) will go to Previous Orangeburg Street (Secondary 22) to US 78.
  • “East Cooper: Evacuees leaving Mt. Nice might take I-526 to I-26 or US 17 north to SC 41.
    • Evacuees leaving Sullivan’s Island will use SC 703 to I-526 Enterprise to entry I-526 then I-26.
    • Evacuees from the Isle of Palms would use the Isle of Palms Connector (SC 517) to go to US 17. The proper lane will flip north on US 17, then proceed to SC 41, to SC 402, then to US 52 to SC 375, then to US 521, to SC 261 to US 378 to Columbia.
    • Evacuees utilizing the left lanes of the Isle of Palms Connector would flip left to go to I-526 then on to I-26.
    • Evacuees in the correct lane on I-526 approaching I-26 from the East Cooper space can be directed to the traditional lanes of I-26. Evacuees within the left lane on I-526 can be directed into the reversed lanes of I-26.
    • Evacuees travelling on I-26 within the regular westbound lanes of journey shall be allowed to exit in any respect interchanges between Charleston and Columbia. Evacuees travelling within the reversed lanes of journey will probably be allowed to exit at most, however not all, interchanges.
    • Re-entry to I-26 shall be permitted in any respect interchanges, however solely into the traditional, not the reversed, lanes of journey.
    • No motorists within the reversed lanes of journey might be allowed immediately from I-26 onto I-95. Nevertheless, they may be capable of entry I-95 by way of exit 165. They’ll take SC 210 north to US 176 east to I-95.
    • I-26 westbound visitors within the regular journey lanes that doesn’t exit previous to reaching Columbia will probably be routed onto I-77 north.
    • I-26 westbound visitors within the reversed journey lanes that doesn’t exit previous to reaching Columbia will probably be directed by regulation enforcement officers throughout the interstate median into the traditional lanes of journey.
    • Motorists are cautioned to not cross any roadway median until directed to take action by a regulation enforcement officer.
  • “Awendaw and McClellanville: Evacuees from Awendaw and McClellanville will take SC 45 to SC 6 to Columbia.

Southern Conglomerate Evacuation Map

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This evacuation map consists of Hilton Head, Beautfort, and Bluffton. Study extra right here.

SC Visitors describes the evacuation routes this manner. (The following is quoted from SCTraffic.org, offered by the Division of Public Security):

  • “Bluffton:  Bluffton space evacuees will take SC 46 west to US 321. They’ll then take US 321 northbound to Estill. At Estill, they may take SC three to SC 125, which can take them to Augusta.
  • “Hilton Head Island: Hilton Head Island evacuees will use each the William Hilton Parkway (US 278 Enterprise) and the Cross Island Parkway toll facility (US 278).   Evacuees will comply with US 278 to I-95. Visitors in the suitable lane of US 278 might be routed onto I-95 north. Visitors within the left lane will proceed alongside US 278.
    • In an effort to facilitate the move of visitors, lane reversals could also be carried out alongside US 278. If this happens, there might be quite a few visitors management units and regulation enforcement officers in place alongside the path to direct motorists accordingly.
  • “Beaufort: Beaufort space evacuees will use the northbound lanes on US 21.  Evacuees from the Beaufort space who plan to remain in American Pink Cross shelters in Hampton County might take US 17 Alternate to SC 68 into Hampton County.  These lanes can be routed onto US 17 south to I-95 at Exit 33 (Level South). The left lane will take I-95 south and the appropriate lane will take I-95 north.

The following are the identical evacuation particulars, however offered based on areas designated by SCDOT: 

Grand Strand Space Evacuation Routes, Together with Myrtle Seashore and Backyard Metropolis Seashore

In response to SCDOT, these are the next evacuation routes for the area, as soon as evacuation orders are issued.

North Myrtle Seashore and Northward

  • Use SC 9 to proceed to I-95.

Myrtle Seashore

  • 10th Avenue North and northward to Briarcliff Acres use SC 22 (Conway Bypass) to US 501. Motorists utilizing SC 31 (Carolina Bays Parkway) or the Grissom Parkway can be directed north to SC 22.
  • South of 10th Avenue North southward to the Myrtle Seashore Airport use US 501 towards Marion and past.
  • Underneath sure circumstances, US 501 can be transformed to 4 lanes northbound from SC 22 to SC 576.
  • Myrtle Seashore Airport southward by way of Surfside Seashore use SC 544 to US 501.
  • Beneath sure circumstances, US 501 can be transformed to 4 lanes northbound from SC 544 to US 378. The reversed lanes will carry SC 544 visitors onto US 378 the place it is going to journey westbound to I-95 or Columbia.

Backyard Metropolis Seashore South to Winyah Bay, Georgetown

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Georgetown County, South CarolinaGeorgetown County Evacuation Zones

Evacuation routes:

  • Take US 17 south by means of Georgetown, then take US 521 to SC 261 to US 378 to Columbia.
  • Beneath sure circumstances, an alternate route from Georgetown will probably be Black River Street to US 701 to SC 51 to SC 41 to US 378 at Kingsburg.

Evacuation zones:

The following are the evacuation zones for Georgetown County, in accordance with the Georgetown County authorities’s web site:

  • “Evacuation Zone A – Areas East of Freeway 17 to the Atlantic Ocean from the South Santee River and North to the Horry County line, together with Sandy Island; areas East of Dawhoo Lake and South of Walker Street and Powell Street to the South Santee River; all low-lying areas alongside the Waccamaw River, Nice Pee Dee River, Black River, and Sampit River South of Freeway 521 (17A), together with Maryville; and all cellular house residents within the county.
  • “Evacuation Zone B – Areas East of Dawhoo Lake and South of Walker Street to Powell Street to the South Santee River; all areas on the Atlantic Ocean aspect of Powell Street to Alt. US 17 to Freeway 521 to Brick Chimney Street to State Freeway 51 to Black River Street ending on the Black River; all low-lying areas alongside the Waccamaw River, Nice Pee Dee River, and Black River, and all areas East of them to the coast; and all cellular house residents within the County.
  • “Evacuation Zone C – Areas East of Dawhoo Lake and South of Walker Road to Powell Road to the South Santee River; all areas on the Atlantic Ocean side of Powell Road to Alt. US 17 to Highway 521 to Sawmill Road to Indian Hut Road to Carvers Bay Road (State Highway S-22-4) to Plantation Hill Road (State Highway 261) to Old Pee Dee Road to the Northern County Line; and all mobile home residents in the County.”

Charleston Space Evacuation Routes & Particulars

In line with SCDOT, these are the next evacuation routes for the area, as soon as evacuation orders are issued.

Edisto Island, Adams Run

  • Evacuees will take SC 174 to US 17. They may then take US 17 south to SC 64. This can take them to Walterboro, after which to Aiken and I-20.

Yonges Island, Meggett, Hollywood, Ravenel

  • Use SC 165 to US 17, then US 17 south to SC 64 the place they’ll go to Walterboro, then to Aiken and I-20.

Johns Island, Kiawah Island and Seabrook

  • Use SC 700 to Fundamental Street (S-20) to US 17.
  • Evacuees will then take US 17 south to SC 64 the place they’ll go to Walterboro, then to Aiken and I-20.

James Island and Folly Seashore

  • Use SC 171 to US 17.
  • Evacuees ought to then journey south on US 17 to I-526 to the reversed lanes of I-26.

Awendaw and McClellanville

  • Evacuees will take SC 45 to US 52 the place they are going to be directed proper onto US 52 to SC 375 to US 521 to SC 261 to US 378 to Columbia.

Metropolis of Charleston

  • The west aspect of the town (West Ashley) will use SC 61 to US 78, US 321, and SC 389 to I-20.
  • Downtown will use the traditional lanes of I-26.

Daniel Island

  • Evacuees will take SC 45 to US 52 the place they are going to be directed proper onto US 52 to SC 375 to US 521 to SC 261 to US 378 to Columbia. Awendaw and McClellanville E

Hilton Head Island & Beaufort Space Evacuation Routes & Particulars

In response to SCDOT, these are the next evacuation routes for the area, as soon as evacuation orders are issued.

Hilton Head Island

  • Hilton Head Island evacuees will use each the William Hilton Parkway (US 278 Enterprise) and the Cross Island Parkway toll facility (US 278).
  • As these two roads merge, a 3rd lane will probably be shaped by reversing movement on the within eastbound lane of US 278. This lane will carry visitors from the toll facility to the three lane part starting on the mainland.
  • Lane assignments might be as follows:
    • 1. The proper lane on US 278 westbound will exit onto SC 170, proceed to SC 462, then be directed to I-95 northbound at I-95 exit 28.
    • 2. The middle lane on US 278 westbound will grow to be the correct lane at SC 170 which might be directed to I-95 northbound at exit eight.
    • three. The left lane on US 278 westbound at SC 170 will proceed on US 278 to Hampton and ultimately to North Augusta.

Beaufort

  • Two-Lane Evacuation: Evacuees will use the 2 current northbound lanes on US 21 to US 17. Upon reaching US 17, the suitable lane will probably be directed to US 17 north to SC 303 to Walterboro. The left lane might be directed to US 17 south, then to US 17 Alt/US 21 to Yemassee after which finally to North Augusta.
  • Three-Lane Evacuation: Beneath sure circumstances, a 3rd northbound lane might be shaped by reversing movement within the inside southbound lane of US 21 at US 21 Enterprise west of Beaufort, accommodating visitors from US 21. This reversed lane shall be directed to US 17southbound and ultimately I-95 northbound at exit 33 (Level South). The remaining two lanes might be used as described above for the two-lane evacuation.

North Charleston

  • Evacuees will take US 52 (Rivers Avenue) to US 78 to US 178 to Orangeburg then to I-20 or proceed on US 52 to US 176 or proceed north on US 52.
  • The proper lanes of US 52 at Goose Creek will proceed on to Moncks Nook. In Moncks Nook, evacuees shall be directed onto SC 6, the place SC 6 will take them towards Columbia.
  • The left lanes of US 52 at Goose Creek will go onto US 176 to Columbia.
  • Evacuees utilizing SC 642 will journey west towards Summerville and take street S-22 (Previous Orangeburg Street) to US 78 west.

East Cooper

  • Evacuees leaving Mount Nice will take I-526 or US 17 south to I-26.
  • These leaving Sullivan’s Island will use SC 703 to I-526 Enterprise to entry I-526, then I-26.
  • Evacuees from the Isle of Palms will use the Isle of Palms connector (SC 517) to go to US 17, the place the appropriate lane will flip north on US 17, then proceed to SC 41, to SC 402, then to US 52 to SC 375, then to US 521, to SC 261 to US 378 to Columbia.
  • Evacuees utilizing the left lanes of the Isle of Palms connector will flip left to go to I-526 after which on to I-26.
  • Evacuees on I-526 approaching I-26 from East Cooper can be directed to the traditional lanes of I-26 if in the correct lane of I-526.
  • These within the left lane of I-526 will probably be directed into the reversed lanes of I-26.

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