The Town of Spring Lake will operate on a two hour delay on Tuesday August 4th due to inclement weather. Offices will be open at 9:30 a.m. and available via email and telephone.
Waste Industries will run tomorrow, however, the trucks will start later than usual due to the inclement weather. They will begin pick ups at 7 a.m. If you do not have a pick up tomorrow, please make sure your containers are secured and off the sides of the roadways.
Cumberland County offers a free alert system that you can sign up for at no charge so you can stay on top of any emergency that may potentially impact our area. Cumberland Alerts Emergency Notification System will alert you critical information via text, email or voice messaging. To sign up, visit the attached link:https://member.everbridge.net/index/453003085616401/#/signup
Duke Energy has a tool that you can use to help get notifications of power outages, report power outages, or see areas affected by power outages. You can sign up online for text alerts, voice messages, or emails. The attached information is available on their website also at: https://www.duke-energy.com/outages/alerts?_ga=2.188825707.112123305.1596471194-1368293797.1588777825
The Spring Lake Transit system is currently monitoring our current weather forecast, and reports they may have to delay their normal in the morning. If this is the case, notice will be given in a timely manner for any patrons who rely on this service. Please stay up to date with us on here and [ … ] Read More »
“Cumberland County is under tropical storm and flash flood watches as Emergency Services officials monitor Tropical Storm Isaias, which is expected to bring damaging winds and 4-6 inches of rain Monday evening through early Tuesday to the area. “Residents should be prepared for flash flooding in the normal low-lying areas. We are anticipating street-level flooding, [ … ] Read More »
The Spring Lake Transit is monitoring the weather and may have to announce a delay in their morning operations tomorrow. Please check back for updates. Visit ready.gov for a list of supplies and things you can do to be ready for any potential storm or emergency.
Hazardous Weather Outlook for our area August 3rd and 4th CLICK HERE FOR ALL COVID-19 RELATED NEWS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS.
There is a heat advisory again today for our area from NOON until 7 p.m. due to high temperatures and high humidity. Please exercise caution if you will be outside to prevent heat related illnesses, and make sure your pets are safe if they are kept outdoors. NEVER leave children or pets in an unattended [ … ] Read More »
Governor Cooper declared a State of Emergency for North Carolina on Friday, July 31st in the wake of the hurricane named Isaias possibly impacting our coastal areas. For areas located off the coast, including us, rain and wind gusts are likely with effects being felt Monday into Tuesday for our area. Residents of possible affected [ … ] Read More »