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CC Transportation survey for residents

Cumberland County residents are encouraged to take part in a survey that will help direct the NC DOT as well as FAMPO (Fayetteville area) and the RPO (Rural areas) see what the community envisions as far as transportation goes in our area in the future. If you would like to take part in this survey, [ … ] Read More »

Have you done your CENSUS 2020 yet?

Good morning and Happy Thursday!! Coming at you guys again to ask if you are, or have, done your CENSUS 2020? We son’t get another shot for 10 years! With Hurricane Laura out there right now, it just shows how important being counted is when it comes to relief funding in a natural disaster. We [ … ] Read More »

Nurses needed for temporary positions

Temporary positions are available for LPN and RN Nurses The Cumberland County Public Health Dept. is in need of temporary nurses for the COVID-19 response. Assistance is needed for contact tracing, in the epidemiological clinic, and performing test collections. Please call  (910) 433-3851 for more information.

C.C. Schools will update their meal sites beginning Sept 1st 2020

Cumberland County Schools will have an update to their meal services starting on Sept. 1st, 2020. Please visit their news release here: http://ccs.k12.nc.us/2020/08/24/child-nutrition-services-update-meal-site-change-beginning-sept-1-survey/

Aug 25 2020 New numbers for Cumberland County COVID

As reported from Cumberland County Aug 25, 2020 “The Department of Public Health reports 183 new COVID-19 cases and four additional deaths since the Friday report. Cumberland County’s case count is now 3,929 with 65 deaths. Cumberland County currently has 113 cases per 10,000 residents, with 8% of those tested returning positive for COVID-19. Cumberland [ … ] Read More »

Centers for Disease Control UPDATES guidance for COVID-19

August 21st, 2020   Quarantine and Isolation Protocols The Center for Disease Control (CDC) recently updated its isolation guidance based on the latest science about COVID-19 showing that people can continue to test positive for up to three months after diagnosis and not be infectious to others.    The latest data suggests that retesting someone [ … ] Read More »

August 21st, 2020 COVID-19 updated numbers for Cumberland County

As reported from the Dept. of Public Health released updated numbers for Cumberland County. They are urging students to avoid mass gatherings at this time.

Board of Aldermen Regularly Scheduled Meeting 8/24/2020

The next Town of Spring Lake Board of Aldermen Regular Board Meeting will be on Monday, August 24th at 7:00 p.m. All meetings are held on the second and fourth Monday’s of the month, and take place in the Grady Howard Conference Room which is located inside of the Town Hall at 300 Ruth Street. [ … ] Read More »

COVID 19 updated numbers and new testing sites

Reported from Cumberland County August 18th, 2020:   “The Department of Public Health reports 117 new COVID-19 cases and one additional death since the Friday report. Cumberland County’s case count is now 3,647 with 56 deaths. The resident who died was in their 70s, lived in a congregate living setting and had underlying health conditions. [ … ] Read More »

The Town of Spring Lake Water Dept. is experiencing technical difficulties with their telephone systems this morning. We apologize for the inconvenience, and they are working to rectify the problem as soon as possible. In the meantime, please use the drive-thru window located at the Town Hall if you need immediate assistance. Thank you for [ … ] Read More »


The Town of Spring Lake • PO Box 617 • 300 Ruth Street • Spring Lake, NC 28390 Town Hall: (910) 436-0241 • Water Department: (910) 703 – 8912

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