Follow the link provided for information from FEMA and frequently asked questions on transitional sheltering assistance.
The Spring Lake Middle School, along with the Town of Spring Lake Police Department, and the Town of Spring Lake Fire Department,
have joined together to form a partnership to promote safe driving.
Don’t text and drive!
Don’t drink & drive!
The Town of Spring Lake Water Department is having issues and the online bill pay option is currently down.
They are aware, and apologize for the inconvenience.
You can still stop by at their office located on Ruth Street inside the Town Hall to make your payment if necessary.
Again, we apologize for the inconvenience, and we are working on fixing the issue.
For all the rules for where to place your debris, and other pertinent information, please go to their website at http://www.co.cumberland.nc.us/
The Recovery Ranch is here in Spring Lake to assist with cleanup for those affected by the hurricane.
They work for free, and have traveled all the way from California in a caravan of trucks and trailers and chainsaws.
If you need help with cleaning up or cleaning out, you can email them at: email@example.com, or go to their Facebook page @FB.com/therecoveryranch
We need to extend a kind word of thanks to these fine people for caring about us, our town, and our goal to stay strong.
A neighboring city is coming in to help combat the mosquitoes that have been plaguing Spring Lake since the hurricane!!!!
Teens Do Care, located at 107 Odell Rd. in Southwinds Plaza,
has non-perishable foods and some chicken breasts that may be picked up today.
They will be there until the items are gone.