TOWN OF HOLDEN BEACH, NC 

  Town of Holden Beach

 North Carolina

The Family Beach

 

 

Town News


Boo at the Beach: Mark your calendars, Boo at the Beach will be held on Friday, October 20th, 5:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. at the HB Pavilion. This free event features booths with carnival games for children, sponsored by organizations, businesses and residents. If you are interested in sponsoring a booth, contact (910) 842-6488.

Festival by the Sea: Don't miss this year's festival on October 28th and 29th. There will be plenty of food, arts & crafts and entertainment. Admission to the festival is free. Come out to this family friendly event. 

Meet the Candidates Night: The Holden Beach Property Owners Association is hosting Meet the Candidates Night on Friday, October 20th at 7:00 p.m. in the Town Hall Public Assembly. They invite you to attend and hear each of the candidates introduce themselves and address issues facing the Town. You may submit questions you would like asked to H.B.Candidates@gmail.com or submit them in person that night.

Walk to End Alzheimer's: The Lockwood Folly Ladies' Golf Association is sponsoring a 2-mile charity walk through Lockwood Folly. Everyone will be given a flower/ pinwheel to carry in the walk and will be invited to particpate in a scavenger hunt on the course. The registration fee is $20 for adults and $10 for children 12 and under. Click here for more information.

Veteran's Appreciation Luncheon: The Town of Holden Beach will sponsor a Veteran’s Appreciation Luncheon on Thursday, November 9th at noon.  The event is free.  Please RSVP by Thursday, November 2nd at 5 p.m. by calling Christy at Town Hall, 910-842-6488.

Brunswick Transit System: In need of a ride? Call Brunswick Transit System at (910) 253-7800. Reservations must be made in advance. Click here for more information. 

Decals: 2017 Vehicle Decals were mailed out to property owners in the April water bills. If you would like additional decals, you may obtain two more at Town Hall. It is the property owner's responsibility to distribute decals to their tenants if you own a fulltime rental property.

The decals are your passes to get back onto the island to check your property in the event an emergency situation would necessitate restricting access to the island. Decals must be displayed in the lower left-hand corner of the windshield, where they are not obstructed by any other items. Officials must be able to clearly read the decal from outside the vehicle.  Please note that re-entry will not be allowed if a current, intact decal is not affixed to the windshield as designated. It is important that you place your decals on your vehicles immediately to avoid misplacing the decals.

Curbside Trash Collection: All carts must be placed at the curb by 6:00 a.m. on collection days. Waste Industries has notified us that they will no longer remove cans from homeowners’ racks. This service has not been included in our contract with Waste Industries for years, however they were lenient and continued removing the cans from the racks when homeowners were not in compliance.

Make sure to have your carts by the curb by 6:00 a.m. on collection day to avoid your trash not being collected.

Kayak Launch: The Town has two kayak launches for the public's enjoyment at Bridgeview Park.  The launches are part of our Parks and Recreation Trust Fund grant project. 

Annual Beach Monitoring Report: Fran Way from Applied Technology and Management presented the Annual Beach Monitoring Report results at the October 18th BOC meeting. Click here to view his slideshow.

Transient Dock: Our new transient dock at Bridgeview Park is now open. Click here to view the registration form.

Artificial Reef Guide: Sunken vessels, aircraft, train boxcars and old bridges are all underwater treasures located along North Carolina’s coast, strategically situated to promote fishing opportunities. Now, the North Carolina Division of Marine Fisheries Artificial Reef Guide will show you where to find them. Click here to view the online version of the guide.

EV Station: Check out our new EV Station on Jordan Boulevard. This station is free of charge, courtesy of Brunswick Electric.

Volunteers: The Town is always looking for people to volunteer on our various boards and committees. If you are interested, submit a resume form to heather@hbtownhall.com.

Recreational Activities: Make sure to check out our Parks & Recreation page for information on activities.

Safety Tips: Chief Layne reminds everyone to not leave valuables in your vehicles when they are unattended. Always lock your doors.

Mobile App: We are excited to announce the release of our Town mobile app. This new social media tool is a mobile friendly version of our website. Push notifications can be sent to assist in communications during an emergency situation. This is a FREE app. Visit the Apple Store or Google Play and search "Holden Beach" to download the app.

Town Flags: The Town has Town Flags in stock. You can purchase one for $40.

Vegetation and Sand Fence: The Town encourages owners to vegetate their properties and install sand fencing. This is a great way to protect your property and accumulate sand on your dune. Please contact the CAMA Officer at (910) 842-6080 if you would like further information.