Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What are the HOA dues?

The HOA dues are $225.00 per quarter.

Q: What do the HOA dues include?

The HOA dues include maintaining all common areas and capital improvements to the common areas. The common areas include but are not limited to: the amenity center and pool, the fence along the north side of the property, the front entrance, the sidewalks throughout the community, the gazebo, the pergola, two piers, the pond, playground, basketball court, the alleyways, etc.

Q: Are there any additional fees?

The HOA coordinates the vacant lots to be mowed at the homeowner’s expense in order to maintain uniformity throughout the community. The current pricing on the vacant lot mowing is $105.00 for approximately 7 mows. The vacant lots are mowed between the 15th and 20th of each month during mowing season.  Once a house is built, the homeowner is responsible for maintaining/coordinating their own landscaping.

Q: Is there anywhere on property that I can store my PWC, boat/trailer or non-commercial utility trailer?

There is a secure storage area that items can be stored once they have been registered with the management company. Storage spaces will be assigned on a first come first serve basis. Please see storage area policies and registration requirements.

Q: How do I register an item for the storage area?

Forms can be downloaded from the website under HOA Administration and in the HOA Documents section. Please complete the form and submit it to Coastal Association Management to receive a tag for your item.

Q: Are homeowners permitted to have golf carts?

Golf carts are permitted in the community and must be parked in the garage or driveway when not in use. The City of North Myrtle Beach rules and regulations for golf carts apply to using a golf cart on the alleyways. For a complete list of North Myrtle Beach’s rules and regulations pertaining to golf carts, please visit and click ‘New City Laws’.

Q: Is there a specific time frame that a house must be built after purchasing a lot?

There is not a timeline of when a house must be built on the lot after it is purchased. However, if you have submitted plans for construction, the house must be built within 1 year of the date that the plans are approved by the Architectural Review Board.

Q: What is the review process for building a house?

Please refer to the ARC Information under HOA Administration on the website.

Q: When do I need to submit a minor change application?

A minor change application must be submitted and approved by the Architectural Review Board when scheduling any changes/renovations to the exterior of your home or landscaping. (i.e. painting your house, repairing the siding, extending your driveway, or changes to the landscaping such as planting large trees.)

Q: Where can I purchase a “For Sale” sign for my house or lot?

The ‘For Sale” signs can be purchased at Sign Station in North Myrtle Beach. They can be reached at 843-280-8630.

Q: Where can I purchase the number sign for my house?

The number signs for your house can be purchased at Sign Works in Myrtle Beach. They can be reached at 843-626-1954.

Q: Are rentals permitted in the community?

Only long term rentals of 1 year or longer are permitted in Charleston Landing.  Short-term rentals are prohibited.

Q: How do I reserve the Amenity Center?

Homeowners in the community can reserve the amenity center for special events. You can download the amenity center reservation request form on the website under HOA Administration and in the HOA Documents section. Please note that the pool itself cannot be reserved.

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Projects starting in July Weather Permitting:
July 2nd - Removing the underbrush around the Marsh area behind the Amenity Center.
July 8th - Repair the North ally fence.

Sometime in July DHEC will out to mark the Marsh Critical Cut Line. They have requested that no one approach them due to the Covid19 distancing requirements. So if you see someone down around the Marsh area please do not interfere with them just let them do their work.

Thanks from your BODs and everyone have a Happy and Safe July 4th Holiday.
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