Carolina Beach Prepares For Hurricane Isaias

Carolina Beach Prepares For Hurricane Isaias

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By / Local News / Monday, 03 August 2020 15:59

CAROLINA BEACH, NC – In preparation for Hurricane Isaias, the Town of Carolina Beach will activate its Emergency Operations Center (EOC) beginning at 7:00 p.m., Monday, August 3, 2020. Town staff and public safety officials work together in the EOC to ensure residents and citizens are provided with the most up to date information, resources are quickly organized, and safety measures and precautions are coordinated. Listed below is information regarding Town operations, services, and closures:

• Voluntary Evacuation for Non-Residents – Town officials are recommending a voluntary evacuation for all non-residents (visitors, vacationers and guests). Everyone should be in a secure location by 6:00 p.m. Monday night.

• Re-entry Permits – The Town Hall billing office will be open Monday, August 3rd, until 2:00 p.m. so that residents and property owners that have not already done so may obtain re-entry permits. Proof of residency or ownership is required along with a current vehicle registration. More information regarding reentry permits may be obtained by visiting the Town web site.

• Town Services - While preparing for the hurricane, regular Town services may not be available. These include but are not limited to permitting, water bill payments, meter installations, landscaping, debris pickup, and others.

• Sandbag Dirt/Soil – Fill dirt is available for residents and has been placed near Mike Chappell Park on Sumter Ave. (across from tennis courts). Citizens are welcome to use this dirt to fill sandbags in preparation for storm. Dirt is available on a first come first serve basis, and users should provide their own sandbags.

• Freeman Park – Freeman Park is closed until further notice

• Mooring Field – The Town mooring field is closed until further notice.

• Debris Collection – No debris collection services will be provided until further notice. Please DO NOT place any debris (vegetative or other) roadside prior to the storm.

Residents should complete their hurricane preparedness plans - CLICK HERE to view the Town’s emergency preparation information pages. If you have any questions, please contact Town Hall at 910-458-2999.


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