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Hurricane Recovery Effort TODAY 9/26

On Wednesday, 9/26th, Teens Do Care will be hosting United Healthcare at their location at 107 Odell Rd., Southwinds Plaza, Spring Lake.

They will be providing the community with non-perishable foods and hygiene products if you were affected by the storm.

This will start at 9:30 a.m. and last until everything is gone. They will have lots of items for pick up, so please spread the word.

Waste Industries

Waste Industries is hard at work trying to catch up with the trash pick ups.

Recycling will stay on it’s regular schedule, which means it will resume next week, the week of September 30th. 

They are aware of the situation, and working hard to recover and catch up with the trash pick up routes.




Today at the Spring Lake Fire Department

TODAY at 3:00 p.m., the Town of Spring Lake will once again be handing out  items to help anyone who has been affected by the hurricane.

Items will include MRE’s, ice, frozen meats, and water.  

This will take place at the Spring Lake Fire Department.

Anyone who is is need is welcome.

Recovery Effort Today 9/23 in Fayetteville

Today, Sunday 9/23

Waste Management Wednesday route UPDATE

Waste Management will service the following Wednesday delivery areas on Saturday, Sept 22nd.:

Deerfield Subdivision

Tram Rd.

Vass Rd.

N. Bragg Blvd.

Old Holly Hills / New Holly Hills


Anyone who was missed on the Thursday route will also be picked up on Saturday.

However, there will be no recycling.

The Town Hall offices will open Friday 9/21

The Town of Spring Lake Town Hall will re-open  

Friday September 21st, from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m.

The Parks and Recreation Department, as well as the Senior Enrichment Center,  will be remain closed.

The Spring Lake Transit System will also be operating on their normal schedule.


Highway 210 and Hwy 87 are both NOW OPEN

Highway 210 and Highway 87  are now both open.


Evacuation lifted

Mayor Dobbins has issued an Order to rescind the mandatory evacuation.  People may return to their home; however, it may be inhabitable.
 Please be mindful that the bridges are still impassable.
He is also rescinding the voluntary evacuation.  People may return to their home; however, it may not be inhabitable.

New update

**There will be a curfew reinstated again tonight,  running from 7 p.m. through tomorrow morning at 7 a.m. (9/20)

**The bridges are still not cleared for travel on either road…Highway 87 at Vass Rd. / and Odell Rd.,  or Highway 210 at Little River. 

(We do not have an answer as to when that will take place.  We have to wait for D.O.T. to inspect and pass them. We will let you know as soon as we can.)


Highway 210 Update

UPDATE 8:00 a.m.:

The water has receded from the bridge on Highway 210.


The bridge must be inspected for any damage, and deemed safe for crossing by the officials.

The Town of Spring Lake has not been notified as to when these inspections will take place.

AS SOON as we have an update, it will be posted here, on our  Facebook page,, on our Instagram page, and @springlakenc on our Twitter page.


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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