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July 16, 2021

The Town of Leland Police Department is now part of a multi-agency effort to better prepare for emergency response in the Cape Fear region. By pooling resources together, the Cape Fear Regional Special Teams will allow several area law enforcement agencies to become more efficient, while accessing more advanced training and equipment.

July 1, 2021

The Cape Fear Memorial Bridge is critically important to the citizens of Leland. If the bridge was to be replaced with a toll bridge, it would be a significant hardship for our residents who use it daily to get to work, doctor’s appointments, the hospital, and more.

July 1, 2021

GFL has asked the Town to share the following message regarding recycling cart removal for those not continuing with fee-based curbside recycling service:

June 3, 2021

Beginning on Friday, June 4, GFL will begin removing carts from homes that have chosen to not continue recycling service by contracting for the fee-based, bi-weekly service offered by GFL. On your regular recycling day this month, GFL will dump your cart and another truck will haul it away if you are not continuing service.

June 2, 2021
Effective at 5 p.m. Wednesday, June 2, the Town of Leland has lifted a ban on open burning along with Brunswick County and the State of North Carolina.
 
Recent rainfall has decreased fire danger.
June 2, 2021

The dirt road that connects Kay Todd Road to the Brunswick Forest water tower will be closed through the week of June 7.  Heavy rains have made the area not save for everyday travel.

May 24, 2021

The Town of Leland is issuing a ban on open burning of yard debris within Town limits beginning at noon on May 24, 2021 in concurrance with Brunswick County and the State of North Carolina, who have also issued burn bans.