All curfews have been lifted in Horry County.
The cities of Myrtle Beach, North Myrtle Beach and Horry County will not be under a curfew again Monday, according to North Myrtle Beach city spokesman Pat Dowling.
Myrtle Beach’s evacuation order was lifted at 8 a.m. Monday and city spokesman Mark Kruea declared the city “open for business,” although those visiting downtown were urged to watch out for debris. Traffic signals were also out sporadically, including key intersections on the U.S. 17 Bypass.
Residents were advised that solid waste and recycling will be collected on a regular schedule this week, and storm debris will be picked up at curbside.
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Most city facilities are open, but the Base Recreation Center, Crabtree Memorial Gymnasium and Mary C. Canty Recreation Center do not yet have electricity and will reopen as soon as possible. Chapin Memorial Library may reopen at noon.
The North Barc Parc sustained minor tree damage and will reopen Tuesday. The South Barc Parc has more tree damage and some minor fence damage. It will likely be closed until next week.