Evacuation Starts at Noon in North Myrtle Beach
Please be advised that Governor Henry McMaster has issued a mandatory evacuation of Zone A in Horry County & North Myrtle Beach starting at noon (12 PM) today, Monday, September 2. Zone “A” includes all areas east of U.S. Business 17 (Kings Hwy), up to the intersection with U.S. 17 (Kings Hwy) & all areas east of US 17 (Kings Hwy) to the Northern county line. Vantage is urging all guests to heed the warnings of authorities & leave the area for safety. We will continue to keep you updated on any changes as they occur before, during & after Hurricane Dorian. Guests may call Client Services at 888-234-5646 if you have questions. Stay safe out there, everyone!
- Shelters will open later today North Myrtle Beach High School and Loris High School for individuals who must evacuate. Shelters should be considered as a place of last resort to ride out the storm, shelters may be crowded, do not accept pets and are not designed for comfort. When going to a shelter, citizens will need to take their own supplies such as batteries, bedding, identification, toiletries, clothing, and so forth. Shelters do not accept guns, alcohol or animals.
- The City of North Myrtle Beach will continue to post information regarding Hurricane Dorian prior to, during and following the storm via these outlets: North Myrtle Beach website, www.Facebook.com/cityofnmb, www.Twitter.com/cityofnmb
- Those who experience medical and other emergencies during the storm may call 911.
- For non-emergencies (trees down across a roadway, electrical wires down across a roadway, etc.), call 843-281-3705. That number is associated with the North Myrtle Beach Emergency Operations Center.