INLET DREDGING COMPLETE-ALL OF FREEMAN PARK OPENThe inlet dredging project is complete. All zones, camping sites, and beach areas are now open in Freeman Park.
BOIL WATER NOTICE RESCINDEDThe Boil Water Advisory for the following areas has been rescinded:
- 1500 Block of Canal Dr.
- 1600 Block of Canal Dr.
- 1700 Block of Canal Dr.
- Florida Ave.
- Georgia Ave
- Virginia Ave
- Oceana Way
- Marian St.
- Spinnaker Pointe
Carolina Beach Lake Dredging Project
Beginning March 27th, the parking lot at the lake will be closed off , and the walking trail will be closed from west of the playground to 3rd street for the entire length of the project. CLICK HERE for a map of the areas affected by the closure. Other access points may close as the project continues.
Income Tax Filing Assistance Starts February 1st
The New Hanover County Retired and Senior Volunteer Program will sponsor free income tax preparation services again this year in Carolina Beach. VITA (Volunteer Income Tax Assistance) is a free service provided by trained volunteers. VITA begins providing tax services in Carolina Beach on Wednesday, February 1st, in the new Community Center located at 300 Cape Fear Blvd.
CLICK HERE for detailed information regarding hours of operation and items needed to process tax returns.
If you have any questions about the VITA program, please call Valerie Smith (910)798-6406.
TOWN IDENTIFICATION CARDSThe Town of Carolina Beach will be replacing the vehicle identification decal with Town Identification Card (TIC) in 2017. CLICK HERE for more details.
HAZWAGON COLLECTIONS IN CAROLINA BEACH
CAROLINA BEACH: Fridays at the Carolina Beach Mike Chappell Park (in the south side of the park across from the tennis courts), from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. (this is a temporary location and the final location in Carolina Beach is to be determined)
Mondays at the Ogden Park ball fields, from 10 a.m.-2 p.m.
Wednesdays at Wrightsville Beach Municipal Complex, from 10 a.m.-2 p.m.
NCDOT Releases Draft 10-Year Transportation PlanThe N.C. Department of Transportation today releasedthe state’s draft 2018-2027 transportation plan, known as the State Transportation Improvement Program (STIP). The plan is the department’s funding and construction schedule for transportation projects over the next 10 years.
The document lists more than 1,400 projects across all transportation modes and in every county throughout the state. The plan includes 61 safety projects and 376 interstate maintenance and bridge projects that are prioritized based on data from technical experts. A breakdown of the projects in the draft plan, as well as changes from the previous STIP, are available at NCDOT.gov/STI.
2017 FREEMAN PARK ANNUAL PERMITSThe 2017 Freeman Park Annual permits are now on sale. The cost for an annual permit remains at $150 each, and may be purchased in person at the following locations:
- Carolina Beach Town Hall - Billing Department
1121 N. Lake Park Blvd. Carolina Beach, NC 28428
Monday-Friday, 8AM-5PM (910) 458-2999
- Town of Carolina Beach Parking Office
1204 N. Lake Park Blvd. Suite D Carolina Beach, NC 28428
Hours: Mon-Fri, 9AM-5PM (910) 458-4614
- Island True Value Tackle & Hardware
801 N Lake Park Blvd. Carolina Beach, NC 28428
Hours: Monday-Sunday, 6AM-9PM (910) 458-3049
Annual permits may also be purchased online at https://freemanpark.clickandpark.com/ . Annual permits purchased online will arrive in the mail within 10 business days. Please note that a paper receipt from an online purchase is not valid at the gate and will not grant entry into Freeman Park. If you would like to pick up your annual permit in person and not receive it in the mail, you must call the Town of Carolina Beach Parking Office at 910-458-46143 at the time of purchase to make arrangements.
If you have any questions regarding the purchase of the 2017 Annual Freeman Park permits, please contact Town Hall at (910) 458-2999.
2016 Waste Water Report
The FY 2016 Annual Waste Water Treatment Works/Waste Water Collection system report for the Town of Carolina Beach will be available August 26, 2016. It may be viewed online by CLICKING HERE. Copies of the report will also be available by request. Please contact Bill Raymond, WWT Superintendent, at (910) 465-1946 to request a copy.
Boardwalk Construction Has Begun!
LOCAL POLICE OFFICERS RECOGNIZEDCorporal Donald Sacawicz and other local police officers were recently recognized on the Port City Heroes Facebook page.
CLICK HERE to see more information.
Check out the new Carolina Beach Videos!Check out the latest videos with information on Carolina Beach attractions, wildlife, and beach safety. CLICK HERE to view.
Parks, Recreation and Open Space Master PlanInput needed to gather data for 2017-2022 Parks, Recreation and Open Space Master Plan!
https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/cbparksandrec Read More ›
Side Loader Trash Collectors Now in Use
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Carolina Beach Boardwalk Ranked #3 in America!The votes are in! Carolina Beach Boardwalk was voted for and ranked #3 in USA Today's survey of the best boardwalks in America!
CLICK HERE for more details!
Carolina Beach Ranked #4 in the Top 12 Anchorages!
Marinalife.com has rated Carolina Beach 4th out of 12 locations for cruising anchorage. Locations considered included areas up north in Massachusetts all the way down to Marsh Harbor in Great Abaco, Bahamas.Read More ›
Boardwalk Construction Video
Carolina Beach Awarded Pedestrian Planning Grant!
A group of eight municipalities, including Carolina Beach, and one county from across the state will receive assistance with bicycle and pedestrian planning, thanks to grants awarded this month by the N.C. Department of Transportation.
Carolina Beach Listed in Top 10 Smartest Cities in NCCarolina Beach has been named as one of 10 Smartest Cities in North Carolina! CLICK HERE for details.
Cape Fear Blvd. Project-Update
Several weeks ago Town Manager Michael Cramer and Operations Director Gil DuBois met with several citizens on Cape Fear Blvd to discuss the progress of the project and listen to citizen concerns.
Please CLICK HERE to read details of issues discussed, and updates to the project, including solutions to some of the problems encountered.
EVP Volleyball Special EventCarolina Beach was chosen to host one of the East Coast EVP Volleyball Tournaments last month. CLICK HERE to check out the video showing clips of the professional volleyball contestants.
Public Notice and Notice of Availability for Snow's CutPublic Notice for the Environmental Assessment of the land classification change of the Army Corp of Engineer's Property bordering Snow's Cut. Read More ›
Is Your Address Correct?
New Hanover County and the Town of Carolina Beach require all property owners to conspicuously post their address number on any house or building. In emergency situations, fire, police, and ambulance services can respond quicker when address numbers are correct and easily seen from the road.
CLICK HERE to view a database of Carolina Beach addresses. You can confirm that the number listed on your house is correct.
NCDOT Regional Activity Updates
The NCDOT has many upcoming projects that will affect Wilmington and the surrounding areas. These include the Wilmington By-Pass and a Draft Comprehensive State Rail Plan.
Final Decision Made for Island Greenway ProjectA decision has been made for the Island Greenway Project Plans! Read More ›
Carolina Beach Awarded Grant for Elevation of Residential StructuresThis past November the Town of Carolina Beach was awarded a project sub-grant, through the Flood Mitigation Assistance program, by FEMA. Read More ›
Town of Carolina Beach Launches App!
There really is an App for everything-including Carolina Beach!
Update-Waters of the US RulesThe US House approved a bill to stop the Waters of the US Rule Expansion! Read More ›
Snows Cut/US Army Corps of Engineers Information Session
On Monday, September 29, 2014, the US Army Corps of Engineers held a public information session concerning the Snow’s Cut area.
Representatives from the Corps were present to answer questions from the public and communicate details relating to current and future plans they have for Snow’s Cut. Carolina Beach’s Mayor and Council Members were also be in attendance.Read More ›