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National Night Out on August 10, 2021 hosted by the Maysville Police Department at the Frost Park starting at 6pm. Come ...
07/13/2021

National Night Out on August 10, 2021 hosted by the Maysville Police Department at the Frost Park starting at 6pm. Come join us in a night of fun games and live music. There will also be FREE FOOD and DRINKS!

National Night Out on August 10, 2021 hosted by the Maysville Police Department at the Frost Park starting at 6pm. Come join us in a night of fun games and live music. There will also be FREE FOOD and DRINKS!

07/11/2021

Local Event: Please see this flyer for all details. For more information please see the contact information on the flyer.

Photos from US National Weather Service Newport/Morehead City NC's post
07/08/2021

Photos from US National Weather Service Newport/Morehead City NC's post

Timeline Photos
07/08/2021

Timeline Photos

#Elsa may not hit N.C. as a ๐ŸŒ€, but the ๐Ÿ’จ & ๐ŸŒง๏ธ could bring dangerous driving. If you must drive:
โš ๏ธ Slow down
โš ๏ธ Don't drive through standing water
โš ๏ธ Never go around a barricade
#TurnAroundDontDrown #ncwx

07/02/2021

On this day 92 years ago, the State Highway Patrol was activated after their initial training course was completed. Happy birthday to the men and women who protect and serve our great state!

Hit and Run -(Posted 6 18 21)  The Maysville Police Department is asking for your help in identifying the subject in the...
06/19/2021

Hit and Run -(Posted 6 18 21) The Maysville Police Department is asking for your help in identifying the subject in the attached photograph. They are a subject involved in a hit and run which occurred on Main St and 4th St on the date of June 18, 2021.
The subject was seen fleeing from the scene in a blue 4 door car with an unidentified driver and unknown state license plate. Vehicle was last seen heading north on Main St.
If you know the identity of the subject please contact Maysville PD at 910-743-3104.
Thanks,
Maysville PD

Hit and Run -(Posted 6 18 21) The Maysville Police Department is asking for your help in identifying the subject in the attached photograph. They are a subject involved in a hit and run which occurred on Main St and 4th St on the date of June 18, 2021.
The subject was seen fleeing from the scene in a blue 4 door car with an unidentified driver and unknown state license plate. Vehicle was last seen heading north on Main St.
If you know the identity of the subject please contact Maysville PD at 910-743-3104.
Thanks,
Maysville PD

Photos from NC Department of Insurance's post
06/18/2021

Photos from NC Department of Insurance's post

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.

Photos from NC Governor's Highway Safety Program's post
06/05/2021

Photos from NC Governor's Highway Safety Program's post

We remember and honor all who gave the ultimate sacrifice. #memorialday #maysvillepd
05/31/2021

We remember and honor all who gave the ultimate sacrifice.

#memorialday #maysvillepd

We remember and honor all who gave the ultimate sacrifice.

#memorialday #maysvillepd

Timeline Photos
05/24/2021

Timeline Photos

โ“ DYK: Almost 50% of people killed in ๐Ÿš— crashes in NC are not wearing a seat belt?
โš ๏ธ#BuckleUp during our #MemorialDay #ClickItOrTicket campaign May 24-June 6.
๐Ÿ‘‰ More โžก๏ธ https://bit.ly/3oKrBWO

#EverySeatEveryTime

05/24/2021

๐Ÿ›‘BURN BAN IN EFFECT AT NOON MONDAY, MAY 24๐Ÿ›‘
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

On May 20, 1929, the first candidates for the North Carolina State Highway Patrol reported to Camp Glenn in Morehead City. Charles D. Farmer, superintendent of equipment for the State Highway Commission, was selected to serve as captain and commanding officer. Nine lieutenants, one for each of the stateโ€™s Highway Division Districts, were appointed to assist in the administration of the patrol. The plan was to hire 27 patrolmen, three for each district. A total of 67 applicants were selected to attend the first highway patrol training school.

The courses for the first class of cadets included Motor Laws, Pistol Marksmanship and Geography of North Carolina. After six weeks, the students with the best records were appointed to the Highway Patrol. The novice patrolmen were issued uniforms and motorcycles. The nine lieutenants received Ford coupes, and Charles Farmer was given a Buick. The entire group embarked on a statewide tour in order to engender support for and confidence in the new program. The 1,028-mile tour took the men from Beaufort to Asheville and back to Raleigh, with many stops along the way. Concluding at the State Capitol, all 37 members of the force took their oaths of office and reported for duty.
http://www.ncmarkers.com/Markers.aspx?MarkerId=C-76

As the weather warms up more and more bicycles are on the road. Here are a few tips to help you be safe! #bikesafety #ma...
04/05/2021

As the weather warms up more and more bicycles are on the road. Here are a few tips to help you be safe!

#bikesafety #maysvillepd #maysvillenc

As the weather warms up more and more bicycles are on the road. Here are a few tips to help you be safe!

#bikesafety #maysvillepd #maysvillenc

Happy Easter from the Maysville Police Department!
04/04/2021

Happy Easter from the Maysville Police Department!

Happy Easter from the Maysville Police Department!

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

Jingle those car keys round and round, push the button to make the beep sound!We aren't afraid to be cheesy if it means ...
03/26/2021

Jingle those car keys round and round, push the button to make the beep sound!

We aren't afraid to be cheesy if it means people remember to lock their car doors. Even if the errand you are running takes only a couple of minutes, please take out your keys and lock your doors.

#maysvillenc #maysvillepd

Jingle those car keys round and round, push the button to make the beep sound!

We aren't afraid to be cheesy if it means people remember to lock their car doors. Even if the errand you are running takes only a couple of minutes, please take out your keys and lock your doors.

#maysvillenc #maysvillepd

What's your favorite cereal of all time !?
03/07/2021

What's your favorite cereal of all time !?

What's your favorite cereal of all time !?

Happy New Year
01/01/2021

Happy New Year

Indian Springs VFD
01/01/2021

Indian Springs VFD

Please celebrate the New Year responsibly.

MERRY CHRISTMAS ๐ŸŽ… from the ๐Ÿš“Maysville Police Department! Here's to a safe and spectacular holiday season!#maysvillenc #m...
12/24/2020

MERRY CHRISTMAS ๐ŸŽ… from the ๐Ÿš“Maysville Police Department! Here's to a safe and spectacular holiday season!

#maysvillenc #maysvillepd

12/03/2020
Maysville Fire and EMS

Maysville Fire and EMS

Maysville Christmas Parade has been CANCELLED



Sorry for the short notice. Due to overwhelming concern voiced regarding COVID we are canceling the parade for this year. We were looking forward to seeing everyone and celebrating the season but we need to put the safety of everyone first and foremost. We hope to see everyone next year.



BBQ plates will still be sold at the station from 11am until sold out

(there will be a drive-through for those wishing to get plates but do not want to come into the station)

Santa will be at the station from 11am to 1pm.

#ShareThisPost #maysvillenc #JonesCounty #onslowcountync
#maysvillefireandems

11/29/2020
Maysville Fire and EMS

Maysville Fire and EMS

Christmas Parade is coming......
We are less than a week away from our annual Christmas Parade and BBQ fundraiser. There is still time for you to enter the Parade if you want.

Just a reminder that we are still dealing with COVID and need to follow safety guidelines. Please wear your mask to protect yourself and others. While watching the Parade consider watching from your vehicle to maintain social distancing.

After the Parade we will still be selling plates at the station. We will offer drive through pick up so you do not have to walk into the station.

If you have questions or concerns give us a call.

11/26/2020
Maysville Fire and EMS
11/14/2020

Maysville Fire and EMS

Please be careful this morning, there is heavy fog in our area. Please make sure your lights are on and plan an extra few minutes to get to your destination. #drivingsafetytip

#maysvillenc #JonesCounty #onslowcountync

US National Weather Service Newport/Morehead City NC
11/13/2020

US National Weather Service Newport/Morehead City NC

11/12/20 1:15pm - Flash Flood Warnings are in effect for numerous locations across our area. In a flash flood, water levels can rise rapidly. Follow these safety tips and stay aware by monitoring local media outlets for the latest updates! If you come across any flooding, please get to a safe place then let us know below.

For the latest forecasts and warnings, you can also visit weather.gov/mhx

Town of Maysville
11/10/2020

Town of Maysville

The Marine Corps turns 245 years old!

If the traffic lights ๐Ÿšฆ are out, treat the intersection as a 4-way stop ๐Ÿ›‘!#drivesafe #TipOfTheWeek #maysvillepd
10/29/2020

If the traffic lights ๐Ÿšฆ are out, treat the intersection as a 4-way stop ๐Ÿ›‘!

#drivesafe #TipOfTheWeek #maysvillepd

A National Day of Service and Remembrance. Never Forget.
09/11/2020

A National Day of Service and Remembrance. Never Forget.

Just a heads up everyone. If you get one or both of these emails, do not respond to them. They are scams to steal accoun...
08/16/2020

Just a heads up everyone. If you get one or both of these emails, do not respond to them. They are scams to steal account information. If you click on the box it takes you to what looks like the correct site, but it is not.

Always check with Amazon or Netflix from their websites so you are safe.

Have a great safe weekend!!

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.

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Hurricane Florence Press Release Tuesday, September 11, 2018, at 1:45 PM JONES COUNTY, NC -- Jones County Government Officials have declared a State of Emergency for Jones County residents due to the severity of Hurricane Florence which is projected to make landfall in Eastern North Carolina later this week. Hurricane Florence has recently upgraded to Category 4 hurricane and is projected to make landfall by Thursday night or early Friday morning. Due to the severe nature of this storm and the projected track, the Jones County Board of Commissioners has declared a State of Emergency and are encouraging citizens to evacuate and seek shelter west of Goldsboro. Due to the size of this storm and projected path near and along the Jones and Onslow County line, we are issuing a Mandatory Evacuation effective immediately. Our designated facilities for shelters are not built to withstand category 4 and greater hurricanes. Jones County has limited resources to include staff and supplies for shelters until post-storm and state supplies are available. There will be a period of time during this storm that we will be limited and or unable to respond to emergency calls. Heeding this evacuation order will ensure the personal safety of all our citizens and first responders. Transportation to out of County Shelters will be available at Jones Senior High School starting at 10 am Wednesday. Registration for citizens who will be utilizing county transportation and evacuating to shelters should be ready to register tomorrow, September 12th by 9:00 a.m. and buses are scheduled to leave by 10:00 a.m. tomorrow morning. Please plan to be at the pickup site before registration time. Buses and seating will be limited so this transportation will be reserved for those citizens that do not have transportation to evacuate. Residents are invited and even encouraged to a caravan and follow the evacuation buses to the inland shelters. If you and your family plan to seek shelter out of county with the Jones County evacuation team please call the Jones County EOC at (252) 397-0007 to register your members. Please plan to bring all essential items for a lengthy stay at the shelter. Residents will not have the opportunity to leave until safety is declared within the County. This update is from: https://www.jonescountync.gov/index.asp?SEC=C93B3639-8395-41B5-8053-3FC2519D37A7&DE=342B0A9D-978E-451F-9AA1-C62D5E64F264&Type=B_PR
Hope Yaw have a safe and enjoble coming Year.
Hey chief been along time keep on being the man u r. Your friend robert