Town of Maysville

Town of Maysville Settled on the banks of the White Oak River, Maysville North Carolina lies in the heart of a vibrant region. We are Maysville. & We are Naturally Welcoming

While nearby communities have experienced tremendous growth spurred by military bases and coastal development, Maysville has retained its small town lifestyle and rural surroundings. Our town was originally known as Young’s Crossroads, and today we welcome commuters and visitors who still travel the Coastal Highway through our town. We are a proud community, and are honored to be the home of many

While nearby communities have experienced tremendous growth spurred by military bases and coastal development, Maysville has retained its small town lifestyle and rural surroundings. Our town was originally known as Young’s Crossroads, and today we welcome commuters and visitors who still travel the Coastal Highway through our town. We are a proud community, and are honored to be the home of many

Operating as usual

06/12/2021

Free strawberries in front of Town Hall. Please come pick them up so they won't go to waste.

***Location changed to First Baptist Church 201 Main St ***Don't forget to donate tomorrow! The American Red Cross will ...
06/11/2021

***Location changed to First Baptist Church 201 Main St ***

Don't forget to donate tomorrow! The American Red Cross will be having a blood drive from 10AM to 2PM at 407 Main, while Mount Carmel Helps will be having a food drive from 10AM to 3PM at 201 Main St. Your donations can help save lives and assist those in need!

***Location changed to First Baptist Church 201 Main St ***

Don't forget to donate tomorrow! The American Red Cross will be having a blood drive from 10AM to 2PM at 407 Main, while Mount Carmel Helps will be having a food drive from 10AM to 3PM at 201 Main St. Your donations can help save lives and assist those in need!

Today is the 77th anniversary of the D-Day landing.  Remembering and honoring all those who sacrificed their lives on th...
06/06/2021

Today is the 77th anniversary of the D-Day landing. Remembering and honoring all those who sacrificed their lives on this day in 1944.

Today is the 77th anniversary of the D-Day landing. Remembering and honoring all those who sacrificed their lives on this day in 1944.

06/03/2021

Board of Commissioners June 3 2021 Regular session

06/02/2021

With the official start of hurricane season yesterday, we would like to make sure that all of Jones County residents know about the “know your zone” initiative. This helps in the case of needed evacuations. Please see the following image to show the different zones for evacuations.

Congratulations!  Our June 2021 Yard of the Month winners are Jennifer and William Nicholson!  The Nicholson Family was ...
06/02/2021

Congratulations! Our June 2021 Yard of the Month winners are Jennifer and William Nicholson! The Nicholson Family was presented with a yard sign and gift certificate from Carolina Home and Garden from the Maysville's Green Leaf Garden Club. 🌺💐🌸🌿🌳

Our judges from North Carolina Cooperative Extension, Jones County Center (https://jones.ces.ncsu.edu/), had this to say in regards to 204 Seventh Street:

“The yard was well maintained, beds were weeded with some other decor that tied in nicely.”

Thank you to Brian, CJ, and the crew at Carolina Home and Garden, 4778 Hwy 24, Newport. https://www.facebook.com/carolinahomegardennc/ for the gift certificate presented to the June winners.

"Land of the free because of the brave"#memorialday #townofmaysville
05/31/2021

"Land of the free because of the brave"
#memorialday #townofmaysville

"Land of the free because of the brave"
#memorialday #townofmaysville

Photos from William Frost Park's post
05/27/2021

Photos from William Frost Park's post

05/24/2021

Staff will be available until 8 p.m. to collect past due utility payments. There will be a $25 Service fee to restore service tonight. Please call (910) 340-5432 to make your payment and have service restored.

05/24/2021

🛑BURN BAN IN EFFECT AT NOON MONDAY, MAY 24🛑
Burn ban issued for 26 North Carolina counties due to hazardous forest fire conditions

Due to increased fire risk, the N.C. Forest Service has issued a ban on all open burning and has canceled all burning permits for the following North Carolina counties: Anson, Beaufort, Bladen, Brunswick, Carteret, Columbus, Craven, Cumberland, Duplin, Greene, Harnett, Hoke, Jones, Lee, Lenoir, Moore, New Hanover, Onslow, Pamlico, Pender, Pitt, Richmond, Robeson, Sampson, Scotland and Wayne.

The burning ban goes into effect at noon Monday, May 24, and will remain in effect until further notice.

Learn more at https://www.ncforestservice.gov/news_pubs/newsdesk_2021.htm#05242021.

05/20/2021

Board of Commissioners May 20 2021 Budget Workshop

05/07/2021
www.townofmaysville.org

Public Hearing Notice
The proposed budget for FY 2021-22 for the Town of Maysville has been submitted to the Board of Commissioners, and a copy is available for public inspection in the Town Clerk’s Office at Town Hall, 404 Main St., Maysville, NC. The Board of Commissioners will hold a public hearing on the budget at 7 p.m., June 3, 2021, at the commissioner’s boardroom in the town hall; any persons wishing to be heard on the budget may appear.

http://www.townofmaysville.org/DocumentCenter/View/958/Proposed-Budget-2021-2022

http://www.townofmaysville.org/DocumentCenter/View/957/Proposed-Fee-Schedule-2021-2022

S. Gordon, Interim Town Clerk

05/06/2021

Board of Commissioners May 6th 2021 regular session

05/05/2021
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*******PUBLIC NOTICE*******
May 5, 2021

In order to maintain the safety of Town residents, staff and commissioners, the Board of Commissioners Regular Session Meeting, scheduled for 7:00 pm, Thursday, May 6, 2021, will be conducted electronically using Zoom software. While Board of Commissioner Meetings are now open to the public, capacity is limited due to the Governor’s orders. We still encourage residents to attend the meeting virtually via one of the ways listed below.

What does this mean for those looking to participate in the meeting?

There are three ways the public can participate in the meeting:

1. Join the meeting through Zoom on your computer or cellphone.

Simply click on the following link or type it into your internet browser:
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/9232097191

If you have not used Zoom before, you are encouraged to download the application from their website at Zoom.us and try it out prior to the meeting. There is no cost associated with the software or attending the meeting.

2. Join the meeting through audio-only via telephone.

Simply call 1-646-558-8656. When prompted, enter the meeting ID: 923 209 7191, followed by the Pound sign (#). Depending on your carrier, long-distance charges may apply.

3. You can join via Facebook.
https://www.facebook.com/townofmaysville/.

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For the safety of our residents we have taped off an area surrounding a tree that fell and damaged the fence and swing a...
04/21/2021

For the safety of our residents we have taped off an area surrounding a tree that fell and damaged the fence and swing at Frost Park. Staff will begin working on this project tomorrow. Thank you to the person that reported it.

For the safety of our residents we have taped off an area surrounding a tree that fell and damaged the fence and swing at Frost Park. Staff will begin working on this project tomorrow. Thank you to the person that reported it.

04/21/2021

Staff will be available until 8 p.m. to collect past due utility payments. There will be a $25 Service fee to restore service tonight. Please call (910) 340-5432 to make your payment and have service restored.

Farmer's Kitchen opened today at 7:00 am.  Check their page for daily specials and menu.  Let's support our local busine...
04/20/2021

Farmer's Kitchen opened today at 7:00 am. Check their page for daily specials and menu. Let's support our local businesses.

Farmer's Kitchen opened today at 7:00 am. Check their page for daily specials and menu. Let's support our local businesses.

04/20/2021
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*******PUBLIC NOTICE*******
April 20, 2021

In order to maintain the safety of Town residents, staff and commissioners, the Board of Commissioners Special Session Meeting, scheduled for 7:00 pm, Thursday, April 22, 2021, will be conducted electronically using Zoom software. The only individuals that will be located at Town Hall will be the Mayor, Commissioners, Town Manager, Town Clerk, Finance Officer, and the Town Engineer.

What does this mean for those looking to participate in the meeting?

There are three ways the public can participate in the meeting:

1. Join the meeting through Zoom on your computer or cellphone.

Simply click on the following link or type it into your internet browser:

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89887139650?pwd=TkFXbkxBa2dkcS8zTEFhd3lGRUxodz09

If you have not used Zoom before, you are encouraged to download the application from their website at Zoom.us and try it out prior to the meeting. There is no cost associated with the software or attending the meeting.

2. Join the meeting through audio-only via telephone.

Simply call 1-646-558-8656. When prompted, enter the meeting ID: 89887139650, followed by the Pound sign (#). Password: 036956. Depending on your carrier, long-distance charges may apply.

3. You can join via Facebook.
https://www.facebook.com/townofmaysville/.

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04/18/2021

We have some good news and bad news.... Good news is we are Opening Tuesday April 20th at 7:00 am. The bad news is... we will have to open with a limited menu. We will not be able to serve ANY fried food due to not being able to get the breakers we need in time, (hopefully within the week, they are coming from California). We will have pizzas,salads, hotdogs and a few other items plus our daily specials and limited breakfast until the breakers come in. Please have patience with us!! Hope to see y’all soon!!

Photos from N.C. Cooperative Extension - Jones County Center's post
04/12/2021

Photos from N.C. Cooperative Extension - Jones County Center's post

04/01/2021

Board of Commissioners April, 1st 2021 regular session

04/01/2021

#NSDM #call811

03/30/2021
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*******PUBLIC NOTICE*******
March 30, 2021

In order to maintain the safety of Town residents, staff and commissioners, the Board of Commissioners Regular Session Meeting, scheduled for 7:00 pm, Thursday, April 1, 2021, will be conducted electronically using Zoom software. The only individuals that will be located at Town Hall will be the Mayor, Commissioners, Town Manager, Town Clerk, Finance Officer, and the Town Engineer.

What does this mean for those looking to participate in the meeting?

There are three ways the public can participate in the meeting:

1. Join the meeting through Zoom on your computer or cellphone.

Simply click on the following link or type it into your internet browser:
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89146104464?pwd=Z2tRZGVjZEhycjEzLzVxT3lQeHl6dz09

If you have not used Zoom before, you are encouraged to download the application from their website at Zoom.us and try it out prior to the meeting. There is no cost associated with the software or attending the meeting.

2. Join the meeting through audio-only via telephone.

Simply call 1-646-558-8656. When prompted, enter the meeting ID: 891 4610 4464, followed by the Pound sign (#). Password: 127234 Depending on your carrier, long-distance charges may apply.

3. You can join via Facebook.
https://www.facebook.com/townofmaysville/.

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What is F.O.G.?Fats, Oils, and Grease (FOG) come from cooking oil, bacon grease, meat fats, food scraps, shortening, lar...
03/29/2021

What is F.O.G.?

Fats, Oils, and Grease (FOG) come from cooking oil, bacon grease, meat fats, food scraps, shortening, lard, butter, margarine, gravy, dairy products, and other food products such as mayonnaise, salad dressings, and sour cream.
When FOG is poured down kitchen drains, it accumulates inside sewer pipes. As the FOG builds up, it restricts the flow in the pipes and can cause untreated wastewater to back up into homes and businesses, resulting in high costs for cleanup and restoration.

Results of F.O.G. in Sewer Lines

When fats, oils, and grease enter the sanitary sewer system, they stick to the insides of the sewer lines. Over time, the FOG buildup can block the entire line and cause sewer backups which may result in:
• Clogged drains or toilets
• Raw sewage backing up into your home
• Raw sewage overflowing into the environment
• Expensive cleanup, repair & replacement of damaged property
• Higher wastewater system operation & maintenance costs
• Unpleasant odors
• Potential public health risks

#maysvillenc #fog

What is F.O.G.?

Fats, Oils, and Grease (FOG) come from cooking oil, bacon grease, meat fats, food scraps, shortening, lard, butter, margarine, gravy, dairy products, and other food products such as mayonnaise, salad dressings, and sour cream.
When FOG is poured down kitchen drains, it accumulates inside sewer pipes. As the FOG builds up, it restricts the flow in the pipes and can cause untreated wastewater to back up into homes and businesses, resulting in high costs for cleanup and restoration.

Results of F.O.G. in Sewer Lines

When fats, oils, and grease enter the sanitary sewer system, they stick to the insides of the sewer lines. Over time, the FOG buildup can block the entire line and cause sewer backups which may result in:
• Clogged drains or toilets
• Raw sewage backing up into your home
• Raw sewage overflowing into the environment
• Expensive cleanup, repair & replacement of damaged property
• Higher wastewater system operation & maintenance costs
• Unpleasant odors
• Potential public health risks

#maysvillenc #fog

03/28/2021

A severe thunderstorm watch has been issued for parts of North Carolina and Virginia until 9 PM EDT

03/27/2021

3/27/21 @ 5:35 PM: A Severe Thunderstorm Watch has just been issued for most of Eastern NC until 10 pm. We are tracking a broken line of storms moving eastward from the central part of the state/I-95, which will cross the forecast area this afternoon and evening. Main threats will be damagining wind gusts and large hail, though an isolated tornado is also possible. #ncwx

Craven Works is hosting an Outdoor Job Fair & Resource Event. This is a FREE Event. Face Mask are required. This event w...
03/24/2021
Economic Development | Craven County

Craven Works is hosting an Outdoor Job Fair & Resource Event. This is a FREE Event. Face Mask are required. This event will be held at Union Point Park, 210 E. Front Street, New Bern on Tuesday March 30th.
11AM - Pre-COVID Screening
12PM-5:30PM - Open to the Public
****Job Seekers Pre-Registration is Required, Pre-register at www.cravenbusiness.com
For More Information, contact Reeshema Walker, NC Works Craven Manager at (252) 514-4829.

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03/23/2021

Staff will be available until 8 p.m. to collect past due utility payments. There will be a $25 Service fee to restore service tonight. Please call (910) 340-5432 to make your payment and have service restored.

03/18/2021

Since severe weather is possible during your drive home late afternoon into the evening, keep these tips in mind:
- Never shelter from a tornado in your vehicle or under an overpass
- If power is out at an intersection, treat it as a four-way stop
- Never drive through a flooded roadway
- Have your radio on to receive emergency messages

Jones County expands vaccinations for people 18 years and older
03/16/2021
Jones County expands vaccinations for people 18 years and older

Jones County expands vaccinations for people 18 years and older

TRENTON, N.C. (WNCT) – Another county in Eastern North Carolina is widening the group of people eligible to receive a COVID-19 vaccination despite state officials currently only accepting fro…

Timeline Photos
03/13/2021

Timeline Photos

See you 9am Monday at the Jones County Civic Center for another Farmers to Families food box distribution!

If you or someone you know would like to volunteer, please reach out to Sarah Ware at [email protected]. We ask that you arrive at 8am, with work gloves, a mask and water. You’d be loading boxes into vehicles for roughly 2 hours. Thank you in advance!

03/09/2021

This week is severe weather preparedness week in North Carolina. Today’s topic is receiving severe weather alerts. The best way to receive warnings is to have MULTIPLE WAYS! Keep in mind you want at least one way that will alert you in the middle of the night when you are sleeping. Learn more: https://www.weather.gov/mhx/tornadoes
Don’t forget we have a *Statewide Tornado Drill This Wednesday at 930 AM*.

03/08/2021

The Town Hall and License Plate Agency has returned to their normal hours of 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM.

03/08/2021
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Zoom With Town Manager
March 18th, 2021 at 6 p.m.

Please attend our annual Meeting with the Town Manager. This year the meeting will be held via Zoom to ensure the safety of citizens and staff.

If you have a specific question you would like the Town Manager to address please send it via email to [email protected] or fill out a question form in person at the Town Hall.

Zoom Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83441785779?pwd=UHlWblJ0T0tNV1V4QTV3bEkvU2h2QT09%20#success
You can also call 1-646-558-8656.
Meeting ID:834 4178 5779
Password: 469343
Or join on Facebook
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404 Main St.
Maysville, NC
28555

Please feel free to walk, bike, hike, or run, but we have no public transit system.

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Monday 08:30 - 17:00
Tuesday 08:30 - 17:00
Wednesday 08:30 - 17:00
Thursday 08:30 - 17:00
Friday 08:30 - 16:00

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(910) 743-4441

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