We pledge to the citizens of Berkeley County that we will repair, maintain and preserve the county roadways, drainage systems and boat landings to the highest standards; therefore, providing the highest standard of living possible and improving the quality of life for all of our citizens.

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Department Functions

Road Maintenance & Repair
The Roads & Bridges Department maintains and repairs roads which have been accepted by Berkeley County for maintenance. Unpaved roads are graded on a continuing basis with rocking, culvert repairs, roadside vegetation control, and stabilization performed as needed. This includes over 219 miles of roads divided into four (4) zones. Maintenance and repair is also performed on over 295 miles of paved roads.

Drainage Maintenance
The Department maintains most of the overall drainage system in Berkeley County, including major channels in the rural areas and piped and open ditch systems in subdivisions and municipalities.

The Department also provides Pollution Prevention/Good Housekeeping efforts to meet County Stormwater MS4 permit requirements.

Boat Landing Inspection & Maintenance
The Department inspects, maintains, and repairs facilities at the following boat landings:

  • Bushy Park (Cooper River & Back River)
  • Durham Creek
  • Quenby Creek (Ralph Hamer Landing)
  • Wadboo Creek (Dennis Landing)
  • Spiers Landing (Lake Marion)
  • Fred Day Landing (Lake Moultrie)


Special Projects

As time and resources permit, the Department undertakes special projects which upgrade and improve existing facilities. These projects may include road widening, drainage channel improvements, herbicide spraying, stream bank stabilization, or recreation projects.

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Berkeley County Working to Secure Disaster Recovery Funding for Ian Damage

Berkeley County Working to Secure Disaster Recovery Funding for Ian Damage

Jenna Ley JamisonOct 17, 2022

MONCKS CORNER, S.C. – (Monday, October 17, 2022) – Berkeley County Emergency Management Department is working to secure disaster recovery funding from state and federal agencies for residents impacted by Hurricane Ian last…

Berkeley County to Hold In-House Job Fair October 6

Berkeley County to Hold In-House Job Fair October 6

MONCKS CORNER, S.C. – (Tuesday, October 4, 2022) – Berkeley County Government is hosting an in-house job fair for open County positions on Thursday, October 6, 2022 from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.…

Berkeley County Continuing to Assess Storm Damage from Hurricane Ian

Berkeley County Continuing to Assess Storm Damage from Hurricane Ian

MONCKS CORNER, S.C. – (Monday, October 3, 2022) – Berkeley County Government is continuing to assess storm damage across the County as part of the recovery process from Hurricane Ian. As of Monday,…

Emergency Response Vehicles Delayed in Berkeley County Throughout Ian

Emergency Response Vehicles Delayed in Berkeley County Throughout Ian

Jenna Ley JamisonSep 30, 2022

MONCKS CORNER, S.C. – (Friday, September 30, 2022) – Emergency responses across Berkeley County are currently delayed. Due to high winds, high-profile vehicles (i.e. ambulances, fire trucks, and utility vehicles) are periodically suspended…

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