Seabrook Island’s weather usually features clear skies and calm seas. That said, the region does lie inside the Atlantic hurricane belt, and the Town of Seabrook Island is on a floodplain.
In the event of a tropical storm, hurricane or serious flood threat, we have compiled resources to help prepare and protect you, your family and your property.
For more preparedness information, visit http://www.townofseabrookisland.org
*Tropical Storm Isaias Update 1 from Seabrook Island Club 8/2/20
Seabrook Island Emergency Brochure
Download our emergency brochure for resources on preparing for emergencies, evacuations, and disasters.
A pandemic is a significant infectious disease outbreak that covers the globe in a series of waves. While a pandemic does not necessarily cause the typical damage to infrastructure and property as other disasters, it does have the potential to disrupt normal town operations and impact a significant number of its residents.
The Town of Seabrook Island is sometimes vulnerable to the effects of tropical systems. A strong hurricane under the right conditions could be impactful to the Town, thus it can be essential that the Town and its residents prepare properly for these dangerous storms. Be sure to check out all of our hurricane hints along with many other resources posted on our tidelines blog.
The Town of Seabrook Island, and the entire Lowcountry of South Carolina is pretty vulnerable to the effects of flooding. It is essential for the Town and its residents to prepare for the major flooding and view possible evacuation routes. Be sure to download the Seabrook Island brochure here.