Here’s a chance to put your artistic skills to good use and have your creation appear in public! The City of Myrtle Beach has received a grant from the AARP Community Challenge to create and display bicycle and pedestrian safety messages at 10 key intersections throughout the city. The contest is for 10 illustrations that convey a Myrtle Beach-related message about bicycle or pedestrian safety, wayfinding or proper social distancing for walkers and bikers.
The City of Myrtle Beach is actively involved in floodplain management, and we want you to be, too. Here’s information about building permits, zoning and more….
Visitors to Ocean Boulevard and the Boardwalk in Myrtle Beach will be greeted by our Gold Cap Ambassadors starting this Saturday. City Council approved the new program last month, and the ambassadors are set to provide daily, year-round service from 21st Avenue North to 14th Avenue South.
Should a hurricane threaten our coast, the City of Myrtle Beach’s Emergency Management Division is well prepared to handle whatever Mother Nature sends our way. It is important that our citizens, business owners and visitors are ready for any possible storms, too.
Did you know… That owners and occupants of property in Myrtle Beach are responsible for maintaining the adjacent public right-of-way, too? Section 17-4 in the City Code addresses maintenance of property. Specifically, it says owners and occupants “shall maintain their property in a clean and litter-free manner.”
The Myrtle Beach City Council recently approved updates to the Solid Waste ordinance. Here’s a quick summary of services and rules for residential customers, effective August 1, 2020.
The Myrtle Beach City Council unanimously supported a public mask requirement during a special Council meeting on July 2.
Here is list of frequently asked questions, with answers, about the City of Myrtle Beach’s executive order requiring face masks (face coverings) in public places.
Three Myrtle Beach police officers will work full-time as School Resource Officers (SROs) this fall at Myrtle Beach Elementary, Middle and High Schools. Pictured are PFCs Antonio Bellamy, Michael Morlano and Christopher Holmes.
Days before Pearl Harbor in 1941, the City of Myrtle Beach gave its relatively new airport to the federal government for use during World War II. Here’s a brief history of what eventually became the Myrtle Beach Air Force Base and its involvement in our military activities during the next 50 years.
Public safety is the City of Myrtle Beach’s top priority for our residents, visitors and workers alike. Simply put, our city is our home and violence will not be tolerated! The Myrtle Beach Police Department uses intelligence gathering, information sharing and experience to effectively and efficiently protect the city. As we continue to evolve, the department will deploy a number of human and electronic resources to further enhance public safety.