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THE LIST: Lowcountry sandbag locations

Dorchester County will provide sandbags on Monday. (Source: Live 5/File) Dorchester County will provide sandbags on Monday. (Source: Live 5/File)
SUMMERVILLE, SC (WCSC) -

Below is a list of sandbag locations as of Wednesday morning. 

Dorchester County: Beginning at 1 p.m. sandbags and sand will be available at the below locations. Citizens must bring their own shovel and fill their own bags. Note: Bags should only be filled 2/3 of the way full, to be effective. There will be a limit of 10 sandbags per household.

  • Gahagan Park

           184 W. Boundary St.

           Summerville, SC 29483

  • Wescott Park

           9006 Dorchester Rd.

           North Charleston, SC 29420

  • Big Lots Dorchester Rd.

          10055 Dorchester Rd.

          Summerville, SC 29485

  • The Old Mr. K’s Piggly Wiggly Parking Lot in Knightsville

           1605 Central Ave.

            Summerville, SC 29483

  • Harleyville Town Hall

          122 W. Main St.

          Harleyville, SC 29448

City of Charleston: Sandbags are available, while supplies last, at: old Piggly Wiggly site on Sumar Street (West Ashley), Charleston Fire Station at 1985 Bees Ferry Road (West Ashley), Public Service building at2150 Milford Street on the peninsula & James Island Town Hall at 1122 Dills Bluff Road.

Berkeley County distributed sandbags to the following locations: Hanahan (near amphitheater), Pine Ridge Fire Department on Jedburg Road, Shulerville Fire Department, Cainhoy Fire Department, Longridge Fire Department, Alvin Fire Department, Macedonia Fire Department, Goose Creek Fire Station #1 (201 Buton Hall Avenue), Pimlico Fire Station #1, Pimlico Fire Station #2, C&B Fire Station on Royal Road, Otranto Fire Department, Moncks Corner Fire Department, Pine Ridge (Myers Rd Station), Lake Moultrie, Whitesville (Sunview Station), Santee Circle Fire Department, Cross Station #1, Cross Station #2, Cross Station #3, Pineville Fire Department

Berkeley County distributed an estimated 50,000 sandbags on Monday and Tuesday, and dropped off nearly 1,500 tons of sand at the following locations. Residents are responsible for filling the bags, and the sand is available on a first come, first served basis.

North Charleston

  • Public Works, 5800 Casper Padgett Way, 10a-6p
  • Wescott Park, 9006 Dorchester Rd, 1-6p
  • Gethsemani Comm Cntr, 2449 Beacon Street, 1-6p
  • Felix Davis Comm Cntr, 4800 Park Circle, 10a-6p

Georgetown County

  • North Santee Park, 1484 Mt. Zion Ave., Georgetown

  • Andrews Regional Recreation Center, 209 S. Maple St., Andrews

  • Dunbar Park, 1960 Dunbar Rd., Georgetown.

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