Serving the Residents of Carolina Forest

Candidate Forum May 18 2022

CF Middle of the Road

Sept 15, 2021 Meeting

January 21st 2021 Meeting

Joe DeFeo Memorial Scholarship 2020

Welcome to the Carolina Forest Civic Association

Carolina Forest Civic Association

We are a non-profit 501-C-4 organization that endeavors to educate Carolina Forest residents on the issues that are important to them.  We also create a voice for its residents throughout all levels of government to insure our voices are heard and the issues that are important to us are recognized by our legislators.  Please join us in our attempts to make The Forest a wonderful place to live and work for the residents and businesses that call it home.

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The Carolina Forest Civic Association Updates:
 
River Oaks Rezoning

 

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Postal Way/Renee Drive RIDE III Redesign

 

 

CONWAY/MYRTLE BEACH Rail Trail

Much discussion and activity in recent months surround a rail trail between Conway and Myrtle Beach, thus preserving the natural and unique ecosystems. The bottom line is that if successful, the trail would link the Carolina Forest multipurpose path to Conway and Myrtle Beach!

The City of Conway learned from public input sessions that citizens want more trails and specifically, a trail from the Waccamaw River Park to Coastal Carolina University (CCU). The City of Myrtle Beach met with the County’s Infrastructure committee and proposed that the City incorporate the railroad corridor into a park system that links its downtown redevelopment plan. This past May, CCU hosted a trail summit for county planners and parks & recreation staff. Also attending were Department of Transportation, Parks, Recreation & Tourism and the regional planning authority (Grand Strand Area Transportation Authority). The purpose of the Summit was to learn how to get trail plans to shovel-ready status, thus qualifying for state and federal infrastructure funds. The consensus at the summit – trail efforts should be consolidated and recommendations made to the RIDE 4 Commission that the program fund trail construction from Conway to the Waterway, thus linking the Carolina Forest multipurpose path, offering a tremendous and additional recreational opportunity for the Carolina Forest community.

Strategic Vision plan for the trail system was presented to the Horry County Parks & Open Space Board this past July. Favorably received, in recent months the Board will consider the recommendations in the Strategic Vision. This information is shared to make the Carolina Forest community aware of these developments. The Strategic Vision presentation can be viewed at: http://www.hunt4cleanair.net/Articles/seaboard.pdf

 

 
 
Business members are linked to our website and offered an opportunity to introduce their business name and more at the monthly meetings.
 
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CF Middle of the Road
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Monthly Meeting 10/19/2022

Tony Cox (SCDOT Commissioner) and Mark Hoeweler (Asst Ex Dir, Waccamaw Regional Council of Governments)
Concerned about traffic and roadway infrastructure? There will be updates on 501, the GSTATS Program and other SCDOT roadway projects.
 
7 PM Carolina Forest Recreation Center, Carolina Forest Blvd

Annual Meeting 11/16/2022

Annual Meeting and Elections for the Board of Directors

7 PM Carolina Forest Recreation Center, Carolina Forest Blvd

NO MEETING 12/14/2022

NO MEETING

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