Town News: State of Emergency Extended 3/27/20

Below is a statement from Mayor Alan Holden, distributed via the Town of Holden Beach Newsletter. I, acting in the capacity of Emergency Management Director for the Town of Holden Beach, in consultation with the commissioners, have amended the State of Emergency pertaining to short-term rentals for the Town of Holden Beach. Click here to view the amendment.

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Town News: State of Emergency Amended

From Mayor Alan Holden: In consultation with the commissioners at meetings held today at 10:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m., the State of Emergency for the Town of Holden Beach is amended. Click here to view the prohibitions and restrictions to be implemented within the Town of Holden Beach.  The document Summary / highlights are: All public municipal buildings are restricted to staff and Town Officials only. All public interaction with staff shall be limited to phone, email, text, the Town drop box and

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Town News: From the Mayor’s Desk *updated*

Below is an announcement from Mayor Alan Holden and the Town of Holden Beach Newsletter. The conference call meeting this morning with local, state and national officials discussed updates about the Coronavirus. There were no major changes from the last updates. The situation will probably change more in the next two or three days as progress is being made through more information being learned and shared on all levels.  There are many rumors containing false information. Please be mindful of

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Town News: Coronavirus Information

The Town Hall is currently open during normal business hours. All activities, with the exception of Board of Commissioners’ meetings, scheduled in the Town Hall Public Assembly and conference rooms and the Emergency Operations Center conference rooms are canceled until further notice. The Town encourages residents to follow social distancing protocols and to seek communication options like phone, email and other online resources to limit exposure to others.  Brunswick County has developed a dedicated webpage for community assistance. Click here to view their website.

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Town News: Family Nighttime Easter Egg Hunt

The Town will hold its annual nighttime Easter Egg Hunt on Friday, April 10th beginning at 7:00 p.m. Teams of four will compete against each other. This event is designed for youth and adults and will be held at Bridgeview Park. Participants will need to bring their own flashlights and baskets to the event. Registration is required and will only be taken by phone. Space is limited.  Call (910) 842-6488 to pre-register.

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Town News: March 4th, 2020

Run for the Arts The Town of Holden Beach is partnering with the Brunswick Arts Council for the Run for the Arts 5K. The event will be held March 14th at 10 a.m. Participants will meet at Bridgeview Park. The event will involve painting a mural on the Bridgeview Park restroom.  The bridge will not be affected by the race, but residents should expect to encounter race participants from Town Hall to High Point on both Ocean Boulevard and Brunswick Avenue. Traffic patterns will

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