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Murrells Inlet vehicle and boating information for July 4

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The Georgetown County Sheriff's Office would like to notify the public of upcoming traffic conditions for the 4th of July Holiday. The Georgetown County Sheriff's Office would like to notify the public of upcoming traffic conditions for the 4th of July Holiday.
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The Georgetown County Sheriff's Office would like to notify the public of upcoming traffic conditions for the 4th of July Holiday.

For the 4th of July Murrells Inlet Boat Parade, the Murrells Inlet Public Boat Landing will be
closed to foot and vehicle traffic at 4:30 p.m. until the conclusion of the parade. The dock will
only be open to emergency personnel and vessels.

July 4th events in and around the Lowcountry

For the 4th of July Murrells Inlet Fireworks display, the Georgetown County Sheriff's Office, in
conjunction with the South Carolina Highway Patrol, developed a traffic plan to assist motorist
leaving the event. Traffic on Highway 17 Business will be directed south to Wachesaw Road
turning right for Highway 17 Bypass or north to Sunnyside Drive turning left to access Highway
707 and Highway 17 Bypass.

Side streets along Highway 17 Business will be blocked preventing exiting or entering except at Wachesaw Road and Sunnyside Drive. All traffic on roadways and side streets west of Highway 17 Business will be directed to Highway 17 Bypass.

South Carolina Highway Patrol will direct traffic at both the Wachesaw Road traffic light and the
Sunnyside Drive traffic light. Law enforcement officers will be positioned along the routes to
assist the flow of traffic exiting the area.

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