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News Release

Repair and Maintenance Projects Scheduled to Take Place Around Hilton Head Island Week of April 5

Release Date: April 2, 2021

Contact Information:
Carolyn Grant email icon , Communications Director, 843-341-4618

Hilton Head Island, S.C. – April 2, 2021 – Projects involving repair work on pathways, tennis courts and traffic signal mast arms will be underway around the Town of Hilton Head Island next week.

Chaplin Community Park Tennis Courts Will Close Temporarily for Maintenance
The tennis courts at the Chaplin Community Park, 11 Cast Net Drive, will be temporarily closed Monday, April 5, through Friday, April 9, for power washing and painting. They are scheduled to be reopened on Saturday, April 10, weather permitting.

Repair Work on Island Pathways Continue
Repair work on pathways along Mathews Drive, Folly Field Road and Marshland Road will begin Monday, April 5. Temporary pathway closures are expected in the immediate vicinity of the work. Pathway users should exercise caution near the work zones. Work is expected to be completed within one week from the anticipated start date.

Maintenance Project on Hilton Head Island Traffic Signals
Maintenance work continues on traffic signal mast arms at various intersections on the Island. Mast arms are the pole fixtures to which traffic signals are attached. The project involves repainting the mast arms at the following intersections during the specified time frame:
Palmetto Bay Road at Target – March 22 to April 4
William Hilton Parkway at Arrow Road – March 29 to April 11
William Hilton Parkway at Singleton Beach Road – April 5 to April 18
William Hilton Parkway at Beachwood Drive – April 12 to April 25

While the project is underway, motorists are urged to use extra caution and patience in work areas as traffic flow may be impacted. Through lanes on Palmetto Bay Road and William Hilton Parkway will remain open during the entire project. Traffic in turn lanes and side streets may experience periodic and temporary lane closures during work periods.