Town News: Oct 2 2019

Multipurpose Court Closed The Bridgeview Park multipurpose court will be closed October 4th for fence repair. Tai Chi The Fall session of Tai Chi will begin on Wednesday, October 16th.  Beginners’ Tai Chi will be held on Wednesdays at 5:30 p.m. in the Public Assembly. For those who are interested, a Guided Meditation will be offered at 5:15 p.m. before class begins.    Tai Chi is a gentle form of physical activity that improves health, wellness and balance for the mind, body and

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Town News: 9/6/19 – Free Dump Week Extended

From Town Hall Free Dump Week Extended  To help residents clear their storm debris, the County is extending its free dump week to two weeks starting this Saturday, September 7th through Saturday, September 21st. Brunswick County property owners and residents can dispose of all materials except for hazardous waste at the Brunswick County Landfill for free during these two weeks. Metal, tires, electronics, latex paint and yard debris must be placed in their designated areas. Residents should bring proof of Brunswick

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Town News: 4th of July Message

From the Mayor’s Desk The Town of Holden Beach wishes everyone a happy and safe 4th of July. Please be mindful of safety precautions as everyone seeks enjoyment this special holiday. Fireworks are prohibited everywhere on the island. Please be aware of their danger, not only to humans, but to our wildlife as well. The many birdhouses being enjoyed by purple martins, blue birds, sparrows, etc. may be abandoned when fireworks are nearby. We are also having a great turtle

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A Second Helping: Vacation Leftovers Put to Use

Do you have food and miscellaneous goodies left over from your vacation and hate to throw it all away? Share it with those in need in our community. A Second Helping (“ASH”) is a local volunteer organization that collects leftovers from vacationers and provides it to local charities to help locals in need. They accept ALL unused items such as canned and packaged goods, perishable foods, groceries, home goods, beach equipment, etc. Note: the only thing they can’t accept is

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Town News: Hurricane Season

June 1st was the official start to hurricane season in the Atlantic.  Would your family be prepared in the event of a hurricane? Click here to visit the Emergency Information section of our website. You will find helpful tips to put in place now, before the threat of a storm.  Please make sure you have your vehicle decals in place now. Do not wait! These decals are necessary for re-entry to the island in the event of an emergency situation

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Town News: Beach & Inlet News

Beach & Inlet News Spring is in the air and the Town would like to make our residents and visitors aware of the following information and updates to our beach and inlet management activities: • The Town would like to thank the Holden Beach Re-nourishment Association for funding in the amount of $40,000 for recent plantings on the beach, as well as fertilization of the dunes, from inlet to inlet. Vegetation and sand fence are an integral part of growing our

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Town News: State 1 – Water Conservation Alert

Brunswick County has declared a Stage 1 Water Conservation Alert effective immediately to ensure adequate water is available for essential needs. Holden Beach customers are under the same restrictions since the town receives our water from Brunswick County Public Utilities. Under a Stage 1 Water Alert, water system customers are requested to make voluntary adjustments to their water usage habits to reduce peak demands. Irrigation demands represent the bulk of non-essential water use, so a primary way that customers may

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