In the aftermath of a hurricane, Beaufort County Convenience Centers may temporarily close. Once deemed safe, the centers will open and operate on their normal operating schedules. See below. After the event, Press Release will be issued regarding specific details.
Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday, Sunday: 7:30 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Monday, Wednesday, Friday and County Holidays: Closed
Big Estate: 63 Big Estate Road
Coffin Point: 10 Cee Cee Road
Cuffy: 152 Cuffy Road
Sheldon: 208 Johnson Road
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday: 7:30 a.m. – 7:30 p.m.
Wednesday and County Holidays: Closed
Bluffton: 104 Simmonsville Road
Gate: 316 Castle Rock Road
Hilton Head: 26 Summit Drive
Lobeco: 6 Keans Neck Road
Pritchardville: 270 Gibbet Road
Shanklin: 80 Shanklin Road
St. Helena: 639 Sea Island Parkway
Classes of Debris
Class 1: yard debris that includes tree limbs, leaves and tree logs cut into sections.
Class 2: construction debris that includes building materials, drywall, lumber, carpet, furniture, mattresses, and plumbing items.
Class 3: everyday debris that includes bagged, household garbage
What do I do with my debris?
It is important to remember that once the Convenience Centers open, only Class 3 will be accepted. Residents should not bring Class 1 or Class 2 storm-generated debris to the Convenience Centers.
Residents should sort Class 1 and Class 2 debris into separate piles and leave it on the right-of-way (curb) at their residence for collection. Be careful not to block fire hydrants, stormwater ditches, or utility boxes.
After a certain amount of time, Convenience Centers will start to accept limited amounts of non-storm-generated Class 2 debris and recyclables. No trailers or large loads will be accepted. Commercial vehicles and/or contractors cannot use these sites.