From The Blog
A Message from Your Board of Directors
Kiawah is a special place for many people – full- and part-time home owners, regular visitors, first timers – and it’s a special place for the many different species of animals that inhabit Kiawah. In the context of all the beauty that surrounds us, the members of the Kiawah Island Community Association (KICA) Board of Directors are well aware of the livability and environmental concerns that many of our members have with respect to current and potential island development. We are concerned members ourselves.
We understand the time-sensitive nature of these issues. The board is actively engaged in understanding how to address the community’s concerns.
As we work to determine what actions the board can and should take, given KICA’s mission and operational mandate, we also encourage all members to take time to learn about proposed and active development. We invite you to express your views to the Town of Kiawah Island, to Charleston County and to us. Development resources and contact information are provided below.
DEVELOPMENT INFORMATION AND RESOURCES
Rezoning Request for Parcel Next to Freshfields Village
Andell West, LLC is requesting to rezone the 21.62 acres adjacent to Freshfields Village to allow for a new Harris Teeter Grocery Store and retail. View the rezoning request (pages 53-123).
CHARLESTON COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION
REZONING REQUEST HEARING
- Monday, June 13 at 2 p.m. (Agenda and Livestream Video Link)
- Public Comments Accepted until June 10 at: [email protected]
The Cape Development
The Cape is a 14-acre oceanfront development by East West Partners on the west end of the island. Construction is underway.
ANSWERS TO COMMUNITY QUESTIONS
- Town of Kiawah Island Responses to Community Questions
- Architectural Review Board Responses to Community Questions
Consolidation of Parcels 8-11 off of Beachwalker Drive
Kiawah Partners owns undeveloped Parcels 8-11 off of Beachwalker Drive, between the General Store and KICA’s Beachwalker Center. Kiawah Partners has requested an update to the development agreement to consolidate these parcels. The development agreement is between Kiawah Partners (formerly Kiawah Resort Associates) and the Town of Kiawah Island.
THE TOWN OF KIAWAH ISLAND
Planning Commission: [email protected]
KIAWAH ISLAND COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION
Board of Directors: [email protected]