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Water system shutdowns scheduled for Folly Road next week

Map of Folly Road closures. Map of Folly Road closures.
Map of Folly Road closures. Map of Folly Road closures.
FOLLY BEACH, SC (WCSC) -

Officials with the Charleston Water System say two water shutdowns are scheduled for parts of Folly Road for the week of June 20. 

The shutdowns will occur over night, typically from 9:30 p.m. until 4:30 a.m. 

The shutdowns are due to water line relocation in conjunction with the Charleston County road improvement project at the intersection of Folly Road and Camp Road. 

Shutdown One
The first shutdown will occur on Monday, June 20. The shutdown will affect customers along Folly Road—from Camp Road heading south to the intersection of Ft. Johnson Road/Grimball Road.

Shutdown Two
The second shutdown will occur on Wednesday, June 22. The shutdown will affect customers along Folly Road—from Camp Road heading north to Hunley Avenue. It will affect portions of Carlisle Road and Brantley Drive.

“We appreciate our customers’ patience while we perform this work. Crews will work as efficiently as possible to minimize service disruption,” said Kin Hill, Charleston Water’s CEO.

Customers should temporarily store water for drinking, cooking, and toilet flushing in food grade containers for use during the shutdown.

Affected residents and businesses in the area will be notified by door hanger.

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