Isaias Storm Update
The State of Emergency issued for Hurricane Isaias is terminated as of 5:00 p.m. on August 11, 2020. Click here to view the full document.
AND - Swim Advisory Lifted: State officials today lifted a precautionary advisory against swimming for all ocean and sound-side waters in Brunswick County that were affected by Hurricane Isaias. Click here to view the full press release.
8/6 UPDATE FROM THE TOWN OF HOLDEN BEACH
Rental occupancy is allowed within the Town of Holden Beach as of Saturday, August 8, 2020 at 3:00 p.m.
Renters are not allowed on any rental property or inside of any rental property prior to August 8, 2020 at 3:00 p.m.
Click here to view Amendment No. 5 to the Town's State of Emergency.
Coastal Vacation Resorts cares about the safety and well-being of all of our rental guests. Our thoughts and prayers are with those who have been affected personally by Hurricane Isaias. The town of Holden Beach provided an update today that states rental occupancy is still prohibited until further notice.
Message from the Mayor at 1:30pm today:
Holden Beach is making progress in recovering from Hurricane Isaias.
- Estimates of damage at Holden Beach is now in excess of $40 million.
- The sewer system is operating.
- Electricity is available island-wide.
- The water system is operational.
- Most of the storm debris on the streets has been removed.
- Most of the sand on the roads has been removed.
- Most of the water has been pumped off the streets.
- The ocean, canals and the waterway have debris.
- The State of North Carolina issued warnings concerning water quality along the waterfront areas which includes oceanfront, canals and waterway. Click here to view the full swim advisory.
- Gas tanks that were floating or otherwise threatening are being retrieved and secured.
- Repair assessments and work has begun.
- No rentals are allowed until further notice.
- Trash and recycling will be picked up on Saturday.
8/4 UPDATE FROM TOWN OF HOLDEN BEACH:
The Town of Holden Beach Public Works' employees are working feverishly to establish sanitary sewer services to the island. There are currently parts of the island that have no sewer service. Please limit your use of water/sewer.
Be mindful of scattered debris on private and public property, including the beach strand and the water. Some sections of roadway may be impassable until water recedes further.
The island is currently only open to people with valid 2020 decals properly and permanently displayed on their windshield. Click here to view Amendment No. 3 to the State of Emergency.