We think Port Royal Plantation is the best residential community on Hilton Head Island, with friendly people, a beautiful shoreline, swimming pools, Beach House, tennis courts, leisure paths, historic sites, arboretum and wonderful golf courses. A su…
As part of the Golden Jubilee Celebration, the Association in conjunction with Landowner and Author Kenneth R. Swanson released the first edition of “Building Community, A History of Port Royal Planation.”
Saturday, July 25, 2015 6:00 PM at the Beach House. For Port Royal Plantation residents and their guests. Bring your family and friends. ALL YOU CAN EAT! Shrimp, sausage, corn on the cob, potatoes and cornbread. Beer, wine and "make your own ice cream sundaes" included. Kick back and relax to music by a live Bluegrass band.
Early Bird Rates: Adults $25, Children 12 and under $10
After July 11th Adult ticket prices increase to $30
Make checks payable to Dave Hair.
Mail or deliver to Dave Hair, 42 Barony Lane.
Limited seating available, so hurry and buy your tickets early.
Last year's event was a sell-out!
Lots of food, fun and fellowship!
For more information, contact Karen Ryals at 342-2085
**Copies of the Application for the Zoning changes for Heritage Golf is available in the Administration Office.
YARD DEBRIS COLLECTION BY OCEAN WOODS LANDSCAPING COMPANY, INC.
Pick-up begins on Monday mornings at 7 AM. Please place yard debris out on Sunday evening. Ocean Woods will not return to collect debris placed after they service the street.
CONTAINERIZE OR BAG ALL LOOSE DEBRIS. DEBRIS REQUIRING PITCHFORKS, RAKES OR HAND COLLECTION WILL NOT BE COLLECTED. IF YOU HAVE MORE DEBRIS THAN PERMITTED OR NEED OCEANWOODS TO RETURN, THERE WILL BE AN ADDITIONAL CHARGE.
Contractor Driver’s License Policy
In April’s The Trident, information was provided concerning the new Contractors Driver License Policy approved in March by the Board of Directors. The policy requires that all contractors purchasing a daily or weekly pass or annual decal must provide a valid driver’s license, certificate of insurance and current vehicle registration. This policy was approved to limit the Association’s liability and protect you from other drivers who may not have a valid driver’s license, vehicle registration or insurance. This policy may or may not affect you, but it is important that you communicate this change with your contractors and/or service vendors prior to their arrival. Some vendors are traveling long distances to provide services, as well as you are expecting them to arrive according to your schedule. The administration office has been proactively communicating the driver’s license requirement with contractors who have purchased passes over the last month. Beginning May 1, 2014, all contractors will be required to show a valid driver’s license, current vehicle registration and certificate of insurance prior to purchasing a pass to enter the community. If they do not provided the proper information, a pass will not be issued.