Holiday closings list for Myrtle Beach area offices and businesses

December 29, 2012 

Holiday Closings

The following agencies will be closed Tuesday in observance of New Years Day.

Postal Services

All Branches

Banks

Anderson Brothers Bank

Bank of America

BB&T

BNC Bank

Carolina Bank

Coastal Carolina National Bank

Carolina Trust Federal Credit Union

Conway National Bank

Crescom Bank

First Citizens Bank

First Federal Bank

First Palmetto Bank

Horry County State Bank

NBSC Bank

Palmetto Heritage Bank

PNC Bank

Sandhills Bank

South Atlantic Bank

S.C. Bank and Trust

TD Bank

Tidelands Bank

Waccamaw Bank

Wells Fargo

Town Halls

Andrews

Aynor

Briarcliffe Acres

Brunswick County

Calabash

Carolina Shores

Conway

Georgetown

Holden Beach

Loris

Myrtle Beach

North Myrtle Beach

Ocean Isle

Pawleys Island | closed Monday and Tuesday

Sunset Beach

Surfside Beach | closed Monday and Tuesday

Government Offices

Brunswick County

Horry County

Georgetown County

Utilities

Conway Water

Horry Electric

Little River Water

Santee Cooper

S.C. Electric and Gas

Grand Strand Water

HTC | Monday, Coastal Grand Mall open 10 a.m.- 6 p.m., all other locations - open 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Tuesday, Coastal Grand Mall open 10 a.m. - 6 p.m., all other locations closed.

Libraries

Chapin Library

Horry County

Brunswick/Southport

Georgetown

School Districts

Horry | closed through Jan. 2

Georgetown | closed through Jan. 2

Brunswick | closed through Jan. 2

Colleges/Universities

Horry Georgetown Technical College | closed through Jan. 2

Coastal Carolina University | closed through Jan. 2

Transportation

Coast Regional Transportation Authority

Other services

Franklin G. Burroughs-Simeon B. Chapin Art Museum | closed through Tuesday

J. Bryan Floyd Community Center

North Myrtle Beach Aquatic and Fitness Center | close at 5 p.m. Monday; child watch hours 8 a.m.-noon Monday; closed Tuesday.

North Myrtle Beach Sanitation | no collection Tuesday. Tuesday customers serviced Wednesday.

Waccamaw E.O.C.

South Carolina Department of Motor Vehicles

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