AYNOR, S.C. — The SCDNR Horry County Boat Titling and License Sales Office will remain closed through the Labor Day holiday due to Covid-19-related staffing shortages.
The closure is necessary to protect the heath and well-being of SCDNR’s staff and customers, SCDNR said.
At this time, SCDNR plans to reopen and be available to process transactions for walk-in customers during regular office hours on Tuesday, September 7.
Recreational hunting and fishing licenses, tags, and permits can still be purchased online at: https://www.dnr.sc.gov/legallicense.html. Please note that a small convenience fee may be included for online transactions.
Licenses and permits can also be purchased at any of more than 500 license vendors located across the state, including big-box retailers and locally-owned sporting goods, hardware, or bait-and-tackle shops, or at regional SCDNR offices.
Boating transactions can be processed by mail. Visit the boat registration and titling page on the SCDNR website for more information, frequently asked questions, downloadable applications and other assistance related to the requirements for registering and titling boats and motors at: https://www.dnr.sc.gov/boating/Titling_and_Registration/index.html
“SCDNR sincerely apologizes for any inconvenience this temporary closure may cause to our customers,” the SCDNR wrote in a statement.