Daniel Island POA Services
The Daniel Island Property Owners’ Association (POA) office provides a number of services for residents, including:
- Maintenance of common property (trails, pools, boat launch ramps, parks, etc.)
- Mailbox installation
- Street sign maintenance
- Roadside maintenance
- Enforcement of restrictions & rules outlined in the community Covenants
In addition, the POA office serves as the primary source of information for owners, using newsletters and this community website as key tools for resident communications.
All property owners become members of one of three property owners associations on the island, depending on their geographic location. All three associations are administered by the staff at the POA office, located at 130 River Landing Drive, Suite 1C.
Daniel Island Community Association (DICA) maintains common property in all residential areas west of Daniel Island Drive and south of Seven Farms Drive.
Daniel Island Park Association (DIPA) maintains common property in Daniel Island Park (exclusive of Daniel Island Club amenities).
Daniel Island Town Association (DITA) oversees business areas east of Daniel Island Drive along Seven Farms Drive, River Landing Drive and Island Park Drive, including Blackbaud/Battery, Suncom, Hampton Inn and The Islander.
Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions (CC&Rs)
Covenants, also called “governing documents,” are non-governmental, legally-binding restrictions that apply to land and land owners. On Daniel Island, there are three primary sets of covenants that correspond to each of the property owners associations: the Daniel Island Community Association, Inc. (DICA), Daniel Island Park Association (DIPA) and Daniel Island Town Association (DITA).
The Covenants are legal instruments that are recorded in the official land records office for Berkeley County. They describe in detail the rights and responsibilities of property owners and of each of the associations. All property owners should have been provided with a copy of the covenants by their attorney at closing. They are also available in hard copy or digital format through Property Owners Association office. To view the Covenants, please click here.
To download POA annual budgets, forms and other documents, please visit the Resources section of this site.
City of Charleston Services
Daniel Island is a part of the City of Charleston. Property owners rely on the municipal government for a number of services, including the below:
- City of Charleston Police Department
- City of Charleston Fire Department
- Maintaining streets and sidewalks
- Street Sweeping
- Garbage Collection (Request a Garbage Container or Report Garbage Not Collected)
- Trash & Yard Waste Collection
- Street Tree Trimming Process
- Traffic and transportation
- Citizen Support Center
The Citizen Support Center with the City of Charleston is the most direct way to make a request, report a concern or submit a work order to the City for non-POA issues. Simply follow the link above, click on “Make a Request” and choose a category for your “Service Request Type”. You may provide your contact information, if you would like to receive a response from the City. If you have any questions about whether your concern should be directed to the POA or the City of Charleston, please call our office @ 843-971-9200.
Following is some information about each of the main City of Charleston departments that serve Daniel Island residents:
Chief Greg Mullen leads the City of Charleston Police Department. The police department has offices in the Daniel Island Public Safety Building on Seven Farms Drive, which also houses the City of Charleston Fire Department, the Berkeley County EMS and the City of Charleston Recreation Department. To locate the police department office, walk through the City of Charleston Recreation offices. The non-emergency number for the municipal office on Seven Farms Drive (Team 5) is 843-849-0304.
The police department also operates Animal Services through this office. Should you need an animal services officer for any reason, call 843-577-7343. *Always dial 911 in the event of an emergency.
Karen Brack is currently the City of Charleston Fire Chief. The on-island fire department can be located in the Daniel Island Public Safety Building on Seven Farms Drive, which also houses the City of Charleston Police Department and the Berkeley County EMS. *Always dial 911 in the event of an emergency.
A Mayor and a 12-member City Council govern the City of Charleston. The current Mayor of the City of Charleston is John Tecklenburg.
The Parks Department is responsible for maintaining the city’s parks on Daniel Island. Currently, these city parks include Etiwan Park, Governors Park and Freedom Park. The neighborhood associations maintain the remaining island parks.
Parks Department: 843-724-7321
The Public Service Department is responsible for streets and sidewalks maintenance, storm water (drainage) Services and environmental services (including trash and garbage collection).
As Daniel Island continues to evolve, island developers and residents will work with the department of Planning, Preservation and Sustainability. For a current look at permits and projects, visit the City of Charleston’s Interactive Map.
The Environmental Services Department is responsible for maintaining a clean, safe and healthy environment for residents and visitors of the City of Charleston, including weekly garbage and trash collection.
Daniel Island trash and garbage collection currently takes place on Mondays of each week. Garbage containers should be placed at the curb no earlier than 6 PM the day before scheduled pickup and removed as soon as possible after pickup, but no later than 6 PM on the scheduled pickup days.
Garbage and Trash Collection: 843-724-7364
The Urban Forestry Division operates an innovative street tree program that allows individual citizens, developers, and concerned community groups to contribute to the expansion of the city’s urban forest.
Through this program, the city has increased the number of healthy trees in parks and rights of way by up to 500 trees per year. Participants purchase the tree and initial mulch, and water the tree for the first year. The city is then responsible for watering and other maintenance.
If you have questions regarding the City of Charleston street tree program, please contact Clark DeCiantis, Deputy Director Operations at 843.724.7148 or email at email@example.com.
Berkeley County Services
Daniel Island is located in Berkeley County. The County Supervisor and an eight-member County Council govern Berkeley County. The current County Supervisor is William Peagler. Daniel Island is home to a Berkeley County Public Library, and property owners rely on the county government for a number of services:
Berkeley County’s Daniel Island Library is located next to the Daniel Island School, and provides an exceptional resource for island residents, including many events and activities.
Monday + Wednesday: 10AM – 6PM
Tuesday + Thursday: 11AM – 7PM
Friday + Saturday: 9AM – 5PM
The mission of the Mosquito Abatement Department is to use integrated approaches in developing and applying mosquito management strategies which are effective, economical and practical, and which are protective of human health and the environment.
Mosquito Abatement Program: 843-719-4646
Berkeley County’s 24-hour Emergency Medical Services (EMS) department is located in the Daniel Island Public Safety Building on Seven Farms Drive.
Emergency Preparedness: 843-719-4646
*Always dial 911 in the event of an emergency.
Berkeley County residents have a single stream recycling option thanks to the county’s partnership with RePower South. The newly constructed RePower South facility, located at the Berkeley County landfill, will take 100 percent of the residential and commercial waste delivered to the site and process it into recycled commodities, as well as a coal alternative which is co-fired with coal.
RePower South is servicing Daniel Island with its single stream collection, meaning all of your garbage and recyclables will go into one bin. Residents should place all garbage and recycling materials into their current green City of Charleston bin for collection on Monday as usual.
Some frequently asked questions regarding the single stream recycling can be found HERE.
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Berkeley County School Board
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Mayor, City of Charleston
Berkeley County Council
State Rep. Nancy Mace
South Carolina House of Representatives
Senator Larry Grooms
South Carolina Senate
Governor Henry McMaster
State of South Carolina
Congressman Joe Cunningham
United States House of Representatives
Senator Tim Scott
United States Senate
Senator Lindsey Graham
United States Senate
Who to Call
If you have questions about utilities or public services, please contact the following:
Home Telephone Company
BellSouth Telephone Company
Electric & Gas (Dominion Energy)
1-800-251-7234; 24-hour emergency service – 888-333-4465
Street Lights (Dominion Energy)
To report street lights that are out, please look on the light pole to get the pole number before calling.
Charleston Water System
Republic Services (Recycling)
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