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River Flood Assessment - NWS

National Weather Service Assessment of River Flooding in Central and Eastern North Carolina,  CLICK HERE.

Update from Commissioner Williams

Closings, Water Testing, Emergency Plans

For complete message from Commissioner Williams, CLICK HERE.

Debris Drop Off Extra Hours

Debris Drop Off Site:

The town of Leland is NOT providing curb side debris pick up.

The Debris Drop Off Site is opening today, Monday, 10-10, at noon until 4 p.m. The Drop Off is located at 187 Old Lanavale Road. It will be open Tuesday and Wednesday, Oct 11 & 12, from 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Guidelines: You must have a valid Leland ID (city limits address).

No commercial dumping.

If you live outside city limits, you make take your yard debris to the Brunswick County Landfill at ...

State of Emergency Issued

The Town of Leland, NC has issued a State of Emergency for 5 p.m. Friday, October 7, 2016.

This is a precautionary measure to allow Emergency Management officials access to resources if they are needed.
Residents may evacuate voluntarily. Be aware that road flooding is expected especially in low-lying areas.
Essential Town personnel will be assessing the storm situation and ready to act if needed.  In case of emergency, dial 911.

For a list of shelters, see the Brunswick County li...

Brunswick County Shelter - Hurricane Warning

Prepare for Flash Flooding - Brunswick County Media Release

   For immediate release: 10/6/2016
Contact: Amanda Hutcheson, (910) 253-2995

Prepare for Flash Flooding

Bolivia, NC – The National Weather Service is warning residents that life-threatening flash flooding is possible due to conditions from Hurricane Matthew. Brunswick County is under a Flash Flood Watc...

Red Cross will Open Shelters

Red Cross of Eastern NC bands together, plans to open shelters in preparation of Hurricane Matthew
RALEIGH, Oct. 6, 2016 — The American Red Cross is mobilizing a multi-state response to aid communities who may be affected by Hurricane Matthew as it travels up the East Coast.
The Red Cross is currently supporting 84 shelters, has more than 500 disaster workers and 90 response vehicles standing by in Florida, Georgia, North Carolina and South Carolina. In Eastern ...