Golf cart regulations have been a frequent topic in Myrtle Beach in recent days.  No, you can’t drive a golf cart on a multipurpose path or a sidewalk.  Yes, you can drive a golf cart on certain public streets, subject to a long list of requirements and limitations.  But, the real question is, “How do I legally get from the Market Common area to the Myrtle Beach State Park?” 

Myrtle Beach’s Tourism Development Fee is only one of several extra one percent sales taxes that Horry County shoppers pay.  Here’s a breakdown of the various taxes and fees charged when you make a purchase. 

The City of Myrtle Beach hopes to establish a voluntary diversion program for those people who are homeless and find themselves in trouble with the law.  The goal is to provide real help for individuals, especially repeat offenders, instead of just issuing more fines or jail sentences.