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Myrtle Beach Safety

Safety of Myrtle Beach   6 members have voted

  1. 1. What's the Most Safe Area of MB?

    • Briarcliffe Acres
      1
    • Carolina Forest / West Myrtle Beach / Forestbrook
      0
    • Coastal Grand Mall
      0
    • Downtown Myrtle Beach (inc. Ocean Blvd.)
      1
    • Grande Dunes and north of 67th Ave N
      1
    • Interior of Beach from 21st Avenue N to 48th Avenue N
      0
    • Interior of Beach from US 501 to 21st Avenue N
      0
    • Former MB Air Force Base
      1
    • North Myrtle Beach and north strand area
      1
    • Ocean Forest
      0
    • Pavilion area
      0
    • Seaboard Commons (commercial businesses on Seaboard St.)
      0
    • Socastee
      0
    • Surfside Beach and south strand area
      1
    • Other (respond below)
      0
  2. 2. What's the Most Dangerous Area of MB?

    • Briarcliffe Acres
      0
    • Carolina Forest / West Myrtle Beach / Forestbrook
      0
    • Coastal Grand Mall
      0
    • Downtown Myrtle Beach (inc. Ocean Blvd.)
      3
    • Grande Dunes and north of 67th Ave N
      0
    • Interior of Beach from 21st Avenue N to 48th Avenue N
      1
    • Interior of Beach from US 501 to 21st Avenue N
      0
    • Former MB Air Force Base
      0
    • North Myrtle Beach and north strand area
      1
    • Ocean Forest
      0
    • Pavilion area
      1
    • Seaboard Commons (commercial businesses on Seaboard St.)
      0
    • Socastee
      0
    • Surfside Beach and south strand area
      0
    • Other (respond below)
      0
  3. 3. Do you think the beach in general is dangerous?

    • Yes, it needs improvement
      1
    • Yes, but it is tolerable
      0
    • Neutral
      1
    • No, it does have some dangerous areas, though
      4
    • No, I wouldn't even vacation here
      0

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What would you rate different areas of the beach on safety? Explain why you do.

What makes certain areas of the beach dangerous?

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This is a complicated issue. Those are a lot of areas that I am unfamiliar with. I don't percieve that many dangerous areas though. The older parts of town often have a tendancy to appear unsafe, but I dont think they are in actuality.

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I think the most dangerous part of Myrtle Beach are some of the older parts especially around 10th Ave west of Oak St, over to the train tracks that lead to Conway. The Foodlion on 501 is also in a very sketchy area now.

I don't think this will last. Land has gotten just too valuable on the east side of the Intercoastal Waterway for it to stay this way. A plot of land with just a trailer on it goes for over $200K now. Much of this will be pushed down for more expensive development.

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