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Important phone numbers

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BERKELEY COUNTY

SHERIFF'S OFFICE:

(843) 719-4412

EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT:

(843) 719-4166

BUILDING DEPARTMENT:

(843) 719-4292

BUILDING PERMITS:

(843) 719-4292

CHARLESTON COUNTY

SHERIFF'S OFFICE:

(843) 202-1700

EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT:

(843) 202-7400

PUBLIC EMERGENCY

INFORMATION:

(843) 202-7100

BUILDING SERVICES:

(843) 202-6930

COLLETON COUNTY

SHERIFF'S OFFICE:

(843) 549-2211

EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT:

(843) 549-7144

BUILDING DEPARTMENT:

(843) 549-1709

DORCHESTER

COUNTY

SHERIFF'S OFFICE:

(843) 832-0300

EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT:

(843) 832-0341

BUILDING DEPARTMENT:

(843) 832-0011

GEORGETOWN COUNTY

SHERIFF'S OFFICE:

(843) 546-5102

EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT:

(843) 545-3273


WILLIAMSBURG COUNTY

SHERIFF'S OFFICE:

(843) 355-6381

EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT:

(843) 354-9330

WCBD-TV

NEWS 2 NEWS LINE:

(843) 216-4875

TOLL FREE NEWS LINE:

(800) 551-9223

STORM TEAM 2 WEATHER HOTLINE

(843) 216-4933

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