Please go to the Happenings At Canterbury Woods tab to see the information flier about the upcoming Church Creek Basin Drainage Study happening the 13th of September 2017 in the Clubhouse at 6:30pm.
Neighborhood News
Special Bulletin

City of Charleston Closely Monitoring Hurricane Irma
 
The city of Charleston has been and will continue closely monitoring Hurricane Irma’s track and the potential impact for South Carolina. Emergency officials, supervisors, managers, and department heads from the city are meeting daily to make initial preparations and have been in communication with Charleston County and other local agencies, and will continue to receive regular updates from the National Weather Service regarding the potential for severe weather. Tomorrow, Charleston City Council will begin holding daily telephonic meetings at 5:30 p.m.
 
“While it is still too soon to know exactly what the impact of the storm may be for our area, residents are encouraged to begin making preparations, including gathering emergency supplies, becoming familiar with evacuation routes and coordinating with family members,” said Charleston Emergency Management director Mark Wilbert.
 
Residents are encouraged to review the city’s Hurricane Information webpage and the available resources in preparation, which can be accessed at http://www.charleston-sc.gov/hurricane-information. Updates on Hurricane Irma will be released and posted to the webpage as new information becomes available.
 
For the most accurate and up-to-date weather forecasts, residents should stay tuned to the National Hurricane Center and National Weather Service Charleston websites, as well as local media and the FEMA app.
 
A citizen information line is being established at 843-973-7219 and will go live with a message reflecting the most current information later today. Additional hurricane preparedness information can be found at www.scemd.org and in the downloadable Hurricane Preparedness Guide.

Canterbury Woods is a residential subdivision located in the West Ashley area of Charleston, SC.  It was built in the early 1990's and is comprised of 313 single family homes with amenities including a handsome 800 sq.ft. clubhouse, two children's playgrounds, an outdoor volleyball court, two newly renovated tennis courts, a regulation size basketball court and a state of the art salt water pool.  The area is located just off of the historic corridor of Ashley River Road and is bordered by Church Creek.

The City of Charleston, Canterbury Woods Neighborhood and surrounding,
 
Trash collection is   Thursdays

More information on the shift for the neighborhood trash collection can be found on the City's website flyer.

Attention Homeowners:

On Thursdays, please refrain from parking around HOA-maintained common areas including cul-de-sac islands and curbs.  It has come to our attention that if cars are parked along these common areas, our landscape company will not be able to access some of these sections due to liability reasons.  Cars parked in these areas are at risk of being struck by flying debris including rocks, acorns and other objects.  Additionally, cars parked in front of yard waste prevent the city/county from being able to pick these items up in a timely manner.  We all would like to see our neighborhood maintained the best way possible.  We appreciate your cooperation.  Should you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact the Landscape Committee.