Upcoming issues before the various City of Charleston land use and zoning boards/committees that are specific to Daniel Island. For more information on any of these proposed actions, click on the Land Use and Zoning Activity page. All of the meetings are open for public comment except the TRC meetings.
City of Charleston Technical Review Committee – May 4 – One issue of impact to Daniel Island
- Road construction plans for a new round-about on Daniel Island at Seven Farms Drive and Daniel Island Drive and associated improvements.
Board of Zoning Appeals – Site Design – May 3 – Three issues of impact to Daniel Island
- 259 Seven Farms Rd – Request a variance from Sec 54-343.1 to omit required parking lot islands in a surface parking lot.
- Rhoden Island Dr – Request reconsideration of the Board’s decision on April 5, 2017 to approve a variance from Sec 54-327 to allow the removal of 12 grand trees.
- Fairbanks Dr – Request a variance from Sec 54-327 to allow the removal of four grand trees. Request a special exception from Sec 54-327 to allow the removal of one grand tree.
City of Charleston Board of Zoning Appeals – Zoning – May 2 – No issues of impact to Daniel Island.
City of Charleston Design Review Board – May 1 – One issue of impact to Daniel Island.
- 65 Fairchild – Request approval of sample panel for new office building
City of Charleston Planning Commission – May 17 – No issues of impact to Daniel Island.
With the upcoming Jimmy Buffett concert on May 11, 2017, the Daniel Island Town Association wanted to give our property owners and business owners a brief update on the City of Charleston rules regarding special events.
For the Jimmy Buffett concert, tailgating is only allowed at the Volvo Car Stadium in the VIP parking lot starting at 5:00 PM. Tickets for special VIP parking have already been sold out. City of Charleston ordinance section 3-31 prohibits persons possessing or consuming alcoholic beverages on streets, sidewalks, parks (including Governors Park), playgrounds, alleys, public ways, or upon any private parking lot that is open for the public’s use, without a permit from the Chief of Police/Special Events Committee.
Events on Private Property
Events on private property that have at least 250 people, alcohol and impact on-street parking must obtain a special event permit from the City of Charleston at least 90 days in advance of the event.
If you have any specific questions regarding the special events permit process please email Stella Fruit with the City of Charleston firstname.lastname@example.org.
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