Dominion Energy closes boat ramp at Stevens Creek in compliance with governor’s order

CAYCE, S.C., March 31, 2020 — In compliance with an executive order from South Carolina Gov. Henry McMaster, Dominion Energy has closed its public access boat ramp at Stevens Creek Park in Edgefield County.

Dominion Energy has also closed its boat ramps and parks on Lake Murray in Lexington County and Lake Monticello in Fairfield County.

Although the order does not impact private property owners along public waterways, boaters cannot beach their vessels along a sandbar, lakeshore or island. Boaters are strongly urged to follow the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidelines on social distancing and avoid gathering in groups.

As this public health emergency evolves, Dominion Energy will remain vigilant in practicing all measures advised by the CDC and other public health agencies.

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