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Power is beginning to be restored across town.  If you don’t have it now, it shouldn’t be long. We are so appreciative of the fast response from Jones Onslow.

An assessment of the town streets show sand and vegetative debris on the road.  Some  quantities of debris,...


The Town of Topsail Beach has recently made some considerable updates to our website to in order to make it more compatible with all your mobile devices.  Orginally, when we made the conversion, it was discovered that there were some issues accessing many of our pages from our homepage if...


Due to a conflict in scheduling, the road work scheduled for today will be pushed to Monday, July 27, 2020. Therefore, the Shore Line sound side access and parking area will be open today and throughout the weekend. 
A reminder that the Town will be repairing and resurfacing the following...


Despite COVID concerns, the Town of Topsail Beach is having a good summer.  Now that this season’s nourishment efforts have concluded, we are finalizing our dredging and nourishment plans for the 2020-21 season. The grass planting on the new dune is expected to start in early August and...


The Town of Topsail Beach has applied for Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Public Assistance Grant (PA) funding through the North Carolina Emergency Management Agency (NCEMA) as a sub-recipient. Under the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA), federal actions must be reviewed and evaluated...


The Town of Topsail Beach, has partnered with Pender County EMS, to initiate a rip current flag warning system.  The purpose of this program is to educate and bring awareness to the public on the dangers of rip currents, as well as to provide daily updates on the presence of rip currents along...


At the request of many rental property homeowners, the Town has created a refrigerator magnet that highlights some of the ordinances that pertain to your guests during their stay in Topsail Beach.  We do encourage you to make arrangements to pick one up to put on your refrigerator to ensure your...


Dune construction and dredging has now been completed for this season. All piping and other equipment will be removed from the main beach area over the next few days, although staging equipment could remain at the Crews Ave & Drum Ave vehicle beach accesses until May 31, 2020. Weeks...


BEACH PROJECT FAQ’s

1.  When can I extend my beach crossover across the new dune?  CAMA has determined that crossovers may not be extended over newly constructed dune and berm areas, until they have “stable and natural vegetation” as determined by Division of...


We are excited to announce that Topsail Beach Administration now has a new office building located at 810 S Anderson Blvd (the old Cora’s Deli building).  This new office space will house both the Community Development department and the Public Works Supervisor’s office.  The...