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Street lights are owned and maintained by SCE&G. Please contact SCE&G at 1-800-251-7234 to report any issues to them directly. You will need the pole number that is stamped on the pole for them to know where to respond.
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Recycling is provided by the County in accordance with state regulations. Charleston County Recycling can be reached at (843) 720-7111. You can also check the County's website and the State DHEC's website for more information!
There are several entities who own and maintain roads in Mount Pleasant - the Town, the Highway Department (SCDOT), Charleston County, and then there are Private Roads. Potholes can be reported to the Town for review and repair, those belonging to other entities will be forwarded to that respective agency. Call the Public Services Department office at (843) 849-2022 or report your concern here!
The Town is responsible for replacing missing or damaged street signs on Town roadways. To identify a missing or damaged street sign, call the Public Services Department office at (843) 849-2022 or report your concern here! Please note that some subdivisions may have specialty signs. Also, private subdivisions and areas will have signs that they are responsible for maintaining.
Please visit our Curbside Collection pages to see if your question can be answered there. We provide general information about our services, including frequently asked questions and holiday schedules on the event calendar! For more information, please call the Public Services office at (843) 849-2022.
The Mount Pleasant water and sewer system is managed by Mount Pleasant Waterworks. This agency is separate from the Town services. Please contact "Waterworks" at 884-9626 or visit their website!
Requests for any new sign that has never been put up before or a special sign (not replacements) need to be sent to the Transportation Department.
Curb repairs can be evaluated for hazards. Areas of ponding water are not considered a hazard but large cracks, missing sections, or larger offsets may qualify. To determine who owns the road and if a repair is warranted, please contact the Public Services Department office at (843) 849-2022 or report your concern here.
The Town cuts grass on most primary roadways - we do not cut grass in subdivisions. Some primary roads are on a maintenance schedule while others are cut on an as needed basis. Please call the Public Services Department office to identify an overgrown area at (843) 849-2022 or report your concern here.
The Town will investigate low tree limbs over roadways to determine the responsible party and the urgency of the hazard. To report the limb to the Public Services Department at (843) 849-2022 or report your concern here.
The Town will investigate sidewalk damage for the hazard level and report the information if a repair is warranted to the appropriate road owner/ agency. Residents and property owners are required to keep clear any sidewalk abutting their property, to maintain vegetation along the sidewalk, and to report sidewalk concerns. Areas in need of repair can be reported to the Public Services Department at (843) 849-2022 or you can report your concern here.
Mosquito control services are provided by Charleston County. For more information, please contact Mosquito Abatement at (843) 202-7880 or visit the Charleston County Mosquito Control website.