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

Settled on the banks of the White Oak River, Maysville North Carolina lies in the heart of a vibrant region. 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 who are serving our Country and protect us from harm. Those stationed at nearby Camp Lejeune and Cherry Point could live anywhere within the region, but choose Maysville because of its charm and laid back quality of life. We welcome young military families and retirees who live in our new homes, frequent our local businesses, and go to our local churches. They have established roots here, and have quickly become a part of our Maysville family. We are excited about being the hub for the outdoor lifestyle. While our setting is rural and surrounded by farm land, we also have the Croatan National Forest, Hoffman State Forest, the White Oak River and Rock Hole Quarry Lake. These resources provide a wealth of outdoor activity, from fishing and hunting, hiking and biking, to kayaking and canoeing recreational opportunities also abound, with our hometown Frost Park serving as a center of activity for our children and families. Nearby Onslow Classic Soccer complex brings in athletes from all over the state, and our local campgrounds provide campers an opportunity to connect with nature. We look forward to sharing our natural assets with people who enjoy outdoor adventure. Our greatest assets however are the people who live in our community. We have a spirit of unity, and our residents truly make up the Maysville family. We care for each other and protect each other, and welcome newcomers with the same hospitality as we do long time residents. The spirit of our community has seen a renewed energy in revitalization, and we are committed to enhancing our quality of life and celebrating the place we call home. We are Maysville…. and We are Naturally Welcoming.

Operating as usual

08/13/2020

The annual golf tournament hosted by Maysville PD has been postponed. We will announce the new date once it's finalized. If you know someone that's interested there's still time to sign up. Stay tuned....

Give blood and help save a life today at Myrtle Grove Church 5812 Hwy 58 2-6 pm.
08/13/2020

Give blood and help save a life today at Myrtle Grove Church 5812 Hwy 58 2-6 pm.

Happy Lefthanders day! #lefthanded #maysvillenc
08/13/2020

Happy Lefthanders day!

#lefthanded #maysvillenc

Complete the 2020 Census safely at home either online at my2020census.gov, by phone 844-330-2020 (English) or 844-468-20...
08/09/2020

Complete the 2020 Census safely at home either online at my2020census.gov, by phone 844-330-2020 (English) or 844-468-2020 (Spanish), or by paper form reduces the need for a Census worker to visit your home and maintains COVID safety through social distancing. #MakeNCCount #maysvillenc #JonesCounty #smalltown

08/07/2020

The Town of Maysville Board of Commissioners voted to re-close Frost Park due to the Covid-19 Pandemic and the inability to ensure social distancing at the park, adherence to the mask mandate or proper disinfection/cleaning of the parks facilities.

08/06/2020

August, 2020 Board of Commissioner Regular session

The Town Board of Commissioners' meeting will be live at 7 pm. Please tune in as we will be hearing from the LGC (local ...
08/06/2020

The Town Board of Commissioners' meeting will be live at 7 pm. Please tune in as we will be hearing from the LGC (local government commission) Sharon Edmundson with some good news!

Congratulations!  Our August Yard of the Month winners are Mike and Wendy Speight!  The Speight Family was presented wit...
08/05/2020

Congratulations! Our August Yard of the Month winners are Mike and Wendy Speight! The Speight Family was presented with a yard sign and gift certificate from Pinecone 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 716 Jenkins:

“What a beautiful home with country charm added through the hanging ferns and rocking chairs on the porch. The grass is neatly landscaped and the borders contain the beautiful mulch job. The pink flowers and potted flowers along the steps add a unique curb appeal bringing warmth and happiness to the eye. The subtlety of the faces on the tree add humor and whimsy without being overly obvious. It is evident that you have spent a lot of time and consideration on making your home pleasing and beautiful to the eye of the beholder.”

Thank you to Wendy and her crew at Pinecone Home and Garden, 4136 MLK, Jr. Drive, New Bern. https://pineconehomeandgardencenter.com for the gift certificate presented to the August winners.

08/05/2020
Town of Maysville

*******PUBLIC NOTICE*******
July 30, 2020

Sharon Edmundson, MPA, CPA
Deputy Treasurer and Director State and Local Government from the Local Government Commission will be speaking about the financial state of the Town.

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, August 6, 2020, 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/85877301870?pwd=WjlCem9LTnpuRTVrWWUyOVlOeUpjdz09

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: 85877301870, followed by the Pound sign (#). Password:252878 Depending on your carrier, long-distance charges may apply.

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

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

08/05/2020

Town Offices and License Plate Agency are closed until power is restored. Thank you.

Duke Energy
08/04/2020

Duke Energy

As of this morning nearly 200K customers are without power after #Isaias made its way through the Carolinas. Our crews are out assessing damage and making repairs now. We understand this is a particularly challenging time and extended outages can create added stress. Please know that our crews are continuing to follow CDC guidance to help keep you and our employees safe as they make repairs. If you are without power, please report it by texting OUT to 57801. Learn more ways to report your outage and how to stay safe after a storm: http://spr.ly/6185GeaEJ.

08/04/2020

Town Offices and the License Plate Agency are closed due to power outage. We will reopen Wednesday, August 5th at 10 am.

Please use caution if you must travel. Remember to treat lights that are out as a 4 ways stop.
08/04/2020

Please use caution if you must travel. Remember to treat lights that are out as a 4 ways stop.

08/04/2020

Due to inclement weather Town Offices and the License Plate Agency will operate on a 2 hr delay on Tuesday, August 4th. Offices will open at 12 pm. Thank you and be safe.

Outage alerts and reporting power outagesBefore the storm hits, customers can sign up to receive outage alerts and shoul...
08/03/2020
Power Outage Information - Duke Energy

Outage alerts and reporting power outages

Before the storm hits, customers can sign up to receive outage alerts and should make sure their contact information is up to date and select their communication preferences.

Customers who experience a power outage can report it the following ways:

• Visit duke-energy.com on a desktop computer or mobile device.
• Use the Duke Energy mobile app – download the Duke Energy App from a smartphone via Apple Store or Google Play.
• Text OUT to 57801 (standard text and data charges may apply).
• Duke Energy Carolinas: 1-800-POWERON (1-800-769-3766)
• Duke Energy Progress: 800-419-6356

For storm or power restoration updates, follow Duke Energy on Twitter (@DukeEnergy) and Facebook (Duke Energy). See the outage map at www.duke-energy.com/outages.

Report a power outage and get information about power outages in your area from Duke Energy.

08/03/2020

Storm Tips:
• Create (or update) an emergency supply kit to save valuable time later. The kit should include everything an individual or family would need for at least two weeks, especially medicines, water, non-perishable foods, and other supplies that might be hard to find after a storm strikes. Your emergency kit should also include items that can help protect you and others from COVID-19, such as hand sanitizer, bar or liquid soap, and face coverings aligned with CDC guidance. Keep a supply of flashlights and extra batteries handy in case of loss of power.
• Keep a portable radio or TV, or NOAA weather radio on hand to monitor weather forecasts and important information from state and local officials.
• Charge cellphones, computers, and other electronic devices in advance of storms to stay connected to important safety and response information. Consider purchasing portable chargers and make sure they are fully charged as well.
• Maintain a plan to move family members – especially those with special needs – to a safe, alternative location in case an extended power outage occurs or evacuation is required. When checking on neighbors and friends, be sure to follow social distancing recommendations (staying at least 6 feet from others) and other CDC recommendations to protect yourself and others.
• If a power line falls across a car that you're in, stay in the car. If you MUST get out of the car due to a fire or other immediate life-threatening situation, do your best to jump clear of the car and land on both feet. Be sure that no part of your body is touching the car when your feet touch the ground.
• If you need to go to a disaster shelter, follow CDC recommendations for staying safe and healthy in a public disaster shelter during the COVID-19 pandemic

NC Emergency Management
08/03/2020

NC Emergency Management

Latest on #Isaias for #ncwx
* Greatest impacts expected Mon eve thru Tues.
* Expect HEAVY RAIN & FLASH FLOODING across central & eastern NC
* Strongest WINDS expected across eastern NC; likely begin late Mon. eve in SE NC, then move north overnight & Tues; 50-70 mph gusts possible along/west of US-17. Winds will decrease west of I-95.
* Tropical Storm Watch in effect for parts of eastern NC.
* STORM SURGE possible late Mon through Tues along coast and local sounds/rivers. Areas south of Cape Fear could see 2-4’ above ground level if peak surge occurs during high tide.
* Tstorms across #WNC later today.
* Much of central/eastern NC could see flash flooding Mon & Tues. Heaviest rain expected late Mon into early Tues esp near I-95 corridor (look for 3-6”; up to 7” possible). Other areas of NC may see 1-4” rain through Tues.
* Threat of few tornadoes Mon eve into Tues morning mostly along /east of I-95 corridor.

NOAA NWS National Hurricane Center
08/03/2020

NOAA NWS National Hurricane Center

The National Hurricane Center is issuing advisories on Tropical Storm Isaias, located just offshore of northeast Florida - www.nhc.noaa.gov/#Isaias

Elsewhere on this Monday morning, a surface trough of low pressure, located a few hundred miles north of the northern Leeward Islands, is producing disorganized showers and thunderstorms. Marginal environmental conditions could allow for some slow development of this system during the next several days, with a tropical depression possibly forming later this week. It has a medium (40 percent) chance of formation during the next 48 hours and a medium (60 percent) chance during the next five days. This system is forecast to move northwestward at about 15 mph over the southwestern Atlantic today and on Tuesday, and then stall several hundred miles southwest of Bermuda by the middle to latter part of the week. www.hurricanes.gov

08/02/2020
Jones County DSS

Jones County DSS

Due to hurricane sheltering responsibilities on Monday, August 3, 2020, Jones County Department of Social Services will be closed.

UPDATED: Shelters will open at 12:00 pm on Monday, August 3, 2020, at Jones Sr. High School and at the Jones County Civics Center. All residents seeking shelter should report to Jones Sr. High School first for COVID-19 Shelter Health Screening.

Residents in need of transportation to the shelter should contact (252) 397-0007 beginning at 7:00 am on Monday.

Please stay safe during the storm and know that we stand ready to serve the great citizens of Jones County.

Jones County Health Department
08/02/2020

Jones County Health Department

The National Hurricane Center has issued a storm advisory that could impact Eastern North Carolina in the early week. Please see the latest press release regarding a storm shelter in Jones County.

07/30/2020
Jones County Health Department

Jones County Health Department

Here are the latest numbers for Jones County (7/29/2020):
We have 1,121 total known completed tests
1,034 Negative tests
55 Total Positive Cases (see breakdown)
-41 Recovered
-11 Active Cases (1 Hospitalized)
- 3 COVID-19 Associated Deaths
32 pending results

Jones County Public Schools
07/27/2020

Jones County Public Schools

On Monday, July 27th, the Jones County Board of Education unanimously approved PLAN B for reopening schools on August 17th.

Under Plan B, students will return to school on a rotational basis with many safety precautions in place. These precautions include:

*Daily health screenings prior to boarding the bus and entering the school
*Social distancing (all classrooms will be set up with desks 6 feet apart & students and staff will practice social distancing in the classroom & throughout the school campus)
*Frequent hand washing
*Masks will be provided and required for all students & staff with times available for masks to be removed
*Wednesdays will be dedicated to deep cleaning, so all students will participate in remote learning on this day. Cleaning will also take place daily and over the weekends.

Many have inquired how this rotation will be communicated. Once the day(s) for your child/children is designated, your child's/children’s school will share the information with you. The school will send these designations the week of August 3rd. Siblings will be designated in the same groups to assist our families.

Updated information can be found at: www.jonesnc.net

A Heat Advisory alert has been issued for Beaufort; Coastal Onslow; Duplin; East Carteret; Greene; Hatteras Island; Inla...
07/22/2020

A Heat Advisory alert has been issued for Beaufort; Coastal Onslow; Duplin; East Carteret; Greene; Hatteras Island; Inland Onslow; Jones; Lenoir; Mainland Dare; Mainland Hyde; Martin; Northern Craven; Northern Outer Banks; Ocracoke Island; Pamlico; Pitt; Southern Craven; Tyrrell; Washington; West Carteret by NWS Newport/Morehead City (Eastern North Carolina). HEAT ADVISORY IN EFFECT FROM NOON TO 8 PM EDT WEDNESDAY.

Click Below For More Information.

https://alerts.weather.gov/cap/wwacapget.php?x=NC125F58DBE8E4.HeatAdvisory.125F58EB2AC0NC.MHXNPWMHX.52f19db1820e0e45dc5acee25175f709

Please fill out this survey about the upcoming school year!
07/16/2020

Please fill out this survey about the upcoming school year!

ATTENTION PARENTS:
Please click on and fill out the following survey to help inform decisions for the upcoming school year! This survey will close on Monday, July 20th. Your feedback is greatly appreciated.
https://forms.gle/FkBBpio5AfDnnKKn7

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07/15/2020
Maysville Town Office on Google

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Happy birthday Chief Baugus!!!!
07/09/2020

Happy birthday Chief Baugus!!!!

07/06/2020

Congratulations ! Our July Yard of the Month winners are Bo Smith and Virginia Weaver! The Smith/Weaver 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 107 Bynum Street:

“This yard had beautiful grass with a nice mix of roses, colorful flowers and bananas trees. Lovely brick border for flower bed.”

Thank you to Michael and his crew at S&H Feed and Garden www.shfeedgarden.com for the gift certificate presented to the July winners.

07/04/2020

Despite challenges presented by COVID-19, the Town has decided to celebrate our freedom & independence by hosting our annual July 4th Fireworks display!

Please note that group gatherings will not be permitted, and the public is encouraged to view the fireworks from their homes, or vehicles. Everyone is asked to maintain at least 6 feet of separation between themselves and others and masks are encouraged.

The Town will be closing some of Frost Park at 8PM, with all gates locked to limit the size of crowds that normally gather in our park.

Our annual July 4th music, softball game and community wide picnic at the park has been canceled.

Our fireworks can be seen throughout town and will begin promptly at 9 p.m. on Saturday, July 4, 2020.

07/02/2020

July 2020 Board of Commissioner Regular session

07/02/2020
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*******PUBLIC NOTICE*******
June 29, 2020

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, July 1, 2020, 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, County Manager, County Commissioners 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/86748157943?pwd=QzNnZ3pnc2dOZUIwZU1ndE0zU3ZCUT09

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: 86748157943, followed by the Pound sign (#). Password:035836 Depending on your carrier, long-distance charges may apply.

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

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Thank you to all volunteers that assisted with the blood drive.  With our donations, we will help save 39 adults or 78 b...
07/01/2020

Thank you to all volunteers that assisted with the blood drive.
With our donations, we will help save 39 adults or 78 babies. We all make a difference.!

National Rural Water Association (NRWA)
06/29/2020

National Rural Water Association (NRWA)

We are almost to the weekend! Before kicking off any summertime activities you have planned, check out this helpful tip about water hose temperature safety. #RuralWater #Summertime

Camp Lejeune
06/29/2020

Camp Lejeune

Do you know the difference between the three types of tropical storm systems? We are almost one full month into hurricane season and have already checked Arthur, Bertha, Cristobal and Dolly off the list of named storms for 2020. And don't forget, now is the time to prepare. Don't wait for a storm to be named to start your prep. Need help? Visit www.ready.marines.mil for checklists and more information.

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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.

Opening Hours

Monday 10:00 - 16:00
Tuesday 10:00 - 16:00
Wednesday 10:00 - 16:00
Thursday 10:00 - 16:00
Friday 10:00 - 16:00

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(910) 743-4441

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