The Town continues to recover from the impacts of Isaias that passed through Monday night. Be aware that NC DOT crews will be working in the area to clear the sand from the streets. We still have some spots that are without power. Please know that Jones-Onslow EMC is working diligently to resolve the issues and fully restore power. Please be patient and alert for their safety as they help us with our clean up and recovery efforts.
As you are aware the regular bulk item pick up is this Friday. As you all begin cleaning up storm debris from your property, please remember that construction debris of any kind is not included in the bulk item pick up. This includes things like shingles, siding, gutters, and wood debris. Construction debris can be taken to the Pender County Transfer Station in Pender County. You can contact them to find out what items they accept and their rates:
250 Transfer Station Rd.
Hampstead, NC 28443
Vegetative debris is included in the bulk item pick up but it must be separated from the other bulk items. Limbs should be no more than four feet long and no wider than 4” in diameter. Vegetative debris should not be bagged but piled near the edge of the street in front of your home for pick up. Please note that placing debris on vacant lots is considered illegal dumping and you could be fined.
Thank you for your cooperation. As always Town staff is available should you have any questions.
lease Keep an Eye on our Hurricane Prepardeness page for more information and updates!
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