Josh is a primary contributor to the Holden Beach Community Blog, focusing on sharing local news and event information with locals and visitors. He grew up at Holden Beach working for family businesses. As a kid, you could have found him riding his bike to old Jeff's Grocery for a few candy treats or working the checkout counter at Beach Mart.

Town News: Free Cleanup Week

September 14, 2020 through September 19, 2020Brunswick County property owners and residents may dispose of all materials, except for regular household trash and hazardous waste, at the Brunswick County Landfill free of charge September 14th – 19th. Metal, tires, electronics, latex paint, textiles and yard debris can be disposed of during free week, but they must be placed in their designated area. Businesses and commercial vehicles will be charged normal tipping fees. Must show proof of Brunswick County property ownership

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Town News: Scam Alert 9/4/20

The Holden Beach Police Department has received reports that scammers are spoofing our phone number in an attempt to collect money. The Holden Beach Police Department does not call and ask for money. We will never threaten arrest or prosecution nor will we demand money in lieu of arrest or prosection. If you receive a phone call from someone representing themselves as a government agency or official, hang and call the phone number on that government agency’s website to confirm

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Town News: From the Mayor’s Desk 9/3/20

Playground Update: Great news, based on Governor Cooper’s latest amendment to the state’s COVID-19 restrictions, the Town is able to open the playground at Bridgeview Park. The playground will be open as of 5:00 p.m. on Friday, September 4th. Remember to maintain social distancing! Click here to view Amendment No. 12 to the Town’s State of Emergency. Hurricane Season: Please remember we are in the heart of hurricane season. Continue to be mindful and make sure your family has a plan in place. Click here to

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