Wearing a mask is recommended at some locations throughout the Grand Strand. Please practice patience as many businesses are not fully staffed yet and are doing their best to take care of every guest. Read More
Memorial Day weekend is just around the corner and the Myrtle Beach Police Department is working to keep our community and visitors safe.
NOTE: Due to COVID-19, the 2021 Atlantic Beach BikeFest held during the Memorial Day weekend, has been canceled, according to officials with the Town of Atlantic Beach. However, bikers and visitors are still expected.
Here are some public safety guidelines to know before you go.
Myrtle Beach Police Department will have a traffic management plan in place over Memorial Day weekend to help keep traffic moving and everyone safe. Everyone will have access to their hotels and attractions but should plan accordingly for traffic.
The City of Myrtle Beach will start the following traffic plan for Memorial Day Weekend, beginning at 6 a.m. on Friday, May 28. This traffic plan will conclude on Monday, May 31, at 6 a.m.
“The Myrtle Beach Area Chamber of Commerce and Convention and Visitors Bureau is advising area officials, business owners and employees, and residents that this Memorial Day weekend will bring a heavy volume of visitors to the Grand Strand. Occupancy rates are estimated to be above 80 percent,” said Karen Riordan, MBACC president and CEO. “While we’re welcoming these visitors, we’re also encouraging them to have a fun-yet-safe holiday experience, to continue to take health and safety precautions, and to be patient on the road and with our businesses as they continue to ramp up to accommodate this increased demand.”
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