To the Town of Carolina Beach!
UPDATED PRESS RELEASE-SUNDAY, OCTOBER 4th, 8:30 pm
Issued: October 4, 2015
Contact: Ed H. Parvin
Assistant Town Manager
DECLARATION OF STATE OF EMERGENCY - New Hanover County and the Town of Carolina Beach have declared a State of Emergency effective Friday, October 2nd.
CAROLINA BEACH TOWN HALL CLOSED - Town Hall will be closed on Monday October 5, 2015. Essential personnel only will remain to continue storm response operations. Town Hall is anticipated to reopen Tuesday October 6, 2015.
FREEMAN PARK CLOSED - Freeman Park will be re-opened when conditions have been assessed as safe for use.
VOLUNTARY EVACUTION ISSUED FOR RESIDENTS ON THE NORTH END OF CAROLINA BEACH - All residents in low lying areas are also encouraged to seek higher ground. If you are not evacuating stay inside. Trash pick-up on the North end will be delayed until later in the week due to flooding.
Emma B. Trask Middle School
2900 North College Road
Wilmington NC 28405
MANY ROADS REMAIN IMMPASSIBLE. INTERMITENT ROAD CLOSURES WILL CONTINUE TO OCCUR ON CAROLINA BEACH OVER THE NEXT 48 HOURS
High Tide: Monday @ 2:14am and 2:50pm
Low Tide: Monday @ 8:08am and 9:13pm
NEED ASSISTANCE, WATER/SEWER or STORMWATER EMERGENCIES, DOWNED TREES OR POWER LINES - If you experience water/sewer or stormwater emergencies, or find downed power lines or trees, please call 911. They will dispatch appropriate crews to handle the situation.
POWER OUTAGES - Please report any power outages to Duke Energy Progress at 800-419-6356