Holiday closings

July 2, 2014 

The following agencies will be closed on Friday the Fourth of July for Independence Day

TOWN HALLS, S.C.

Andrews

Aynor

Briarcliffe Acres

Conway

Georgetown

Loris

Myrtle Beach

North Myrtle Beach

Surfside Beach

TOWN HALLS, N.C.

Brunswick County

Calabash

Carolina Shores

Holden Beach

Ocean Isle Beach

Sunset Beach

GOVERNMENT OFFICES

Brunswick County

Georgetown County

Horry County

POSTAL SERVICES

All branches

BANKS

Anderson Brothers Bank

BBT

Bank of America

BNC Bank

Carolina Bank

Carolina Trust Federal Credit Union

Coastal Carolina National Bank

Conway National Bank

Crescom Bank

First Citizens Bank

First Federal Savings and Loan

First Palmetto Bank

Horry County State Bank

NBSC

Palmetto Heritage Bank and Trust

PNC Bank

People’s Community Bank

Sandhills Bank

South Atlantic Bank

SC Bank and Trust

TD Bank

Tidelands

Wells Fargo

LIBRARIES

Brunswick Southport, N.C. | closed Friday and Saturday; Harper Library closed Thursday and Friday

Chapin

Georgetown County branches

Horry County

UTILITIES

Conway Water

Grand Strand Water and Sewer

Horry Electric

Little River Water

Santee Cooper

S.C. Electric and Gas

HTC | Coastal Grand mall open 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.; all other locations closed

COLLEGES/UNIVERSITIES

Coastal Carolina University

Horry Georgetown Technical College

Miller-Motte College

OTHER SERVICES

Coast RTA | administrative offices will be closed

Horry County Council on Aging

Horry County Disabilities and Special Needs

J. Bryan Floyd Community Center

North Myrtle Beach Aquatic and Fitness Center

South Carolina Department of Motor Vehicles

Waccamaw Economic Opportunity Council, Inc. and its programs, Head Start, Early Head Start, Weatherization, and Community Services for Horry, Georgetown, and Williamsburg counties

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