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Happy Thanksgiving

Happy Thanksgiving from our families to yours.

All residents within the Holly Hills neighborhood located at the end of O’Dell Rd, as well as the adjacent mobile home park, will experience a temporary disruption of their water service as the Water Operations works to contain a leak. This includes O’Dell, Goodyear, Regina, Freda, Francis, Reggie and Edward. For the mobile home park, [ … ] Read More »

Feline adoptions suspended once again

Town of Spring Lake offices to be closed for Thanksgiving holiday

The Town of Spring Lake offices, to include the Recreation and the Senior Departments,  will be closed on Thursday and Friday, Novvember 25th and 26th, in observance of the Thanksgiving holiday. If you would like to make a payment for your water account, you may do so online or in one of our two secure [ … ] Read More »

E Waste Drive in Fayetteville Nov. 20th

Cumberland County residents:

FREE 82nd Airborne Holiday Concert

Breakfast with Santa

Please register ahead of time on the website listed on the flyer. Please register all who will attend.

Temporary Road Closure 11/15/2021

TEMPORARY ROAD CLOSURE 4:35 p.m. 11/15/2021 The Town of Spring Lake Water Operations has had to temporarlily close all through traffic for Olive Street, between S. Bragg Blvd. and Monroe St., due to a water repair. Drivers are urged to find alternate routes for the duration. Click here for a map of the affected area.

Appointments for upcoming vaccine clinics hosted at Fayetteville Recreation Centers or Cumberland County Library System in November

Due to the high demand for vaccines for children ages 5-11, they are asking that you make an appointment by visiting them at: Vaccine Appointment Request Form (cumberlandcountync.gov)

Vaccine clinics are still available through November for Cumberland County residents

 

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The Town of Spring Lake • 300 Ruth Street • Spring Lake, NC 28390 Town Hall: (910) 436-0241 • Water Department: (910) 703 – 8912

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