Town of Wrightsville Beach

Town of Wrightsville Beach Wrightsville Beach is a town in New Hanover County. The Town was incorporated in 1899. Known as one of the most beautiful beaches in North Carolina.
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Operating as usual

12/18/2020

Thank you to the participants of our 2020 Holiday Decorating Contest! And the winners are...

Most Holiday Spirit – The Rabun Home, 11 West Oxford Street
Most Creative – The Taylor Home, 104 N. Lumina
Keeping with Tradition – Jim Smith, 54 Pelican
Best Holiday Lighting – The Martin Home, 407 N. Channel

Best Overall Residence – The Taylor Home, 104 N. Lumina
Best Overall Business – King Neptune, 11 N. Lumina

https://conta.cc/38gubw1

Come check out the great gift ideas at the Wrightsville Beach Farmers' Market.  We're here until the high winds arrive. ...
12/14/2020

Come check out the great gift ideas at the Wrightsville Beach Farmers' Market. We're here until the high winds arrive. Final day of the market season is Monday, December 21st! Finish your holiday shopping with unique give items!

Wrightsville Beach Residents and Businesses - REGISTER NOW for the annual Holiday Decorating Contest.  Judging takes pla...
12/09/2020

Wrightsville Beach Residents and Businesses - REGISTER NOW for the annual Holiday Decorating Contest. Judging takes place on Monday, December 14th beginning at 6:00 p.m. Call the park office at 910-256-7925 or email [email protected] to register your home or business.

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12/04/2020

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Have you seen the beautiful decorations on Salisbury Street?  Thank you Donna Floyd and Linda Brown for putting together...
12/03/2020

Have you seen the beautiful decorations on Salisbury Street? Thank you Donna Floyd and Linda Brown for putting together these wreaths and bows! Donna even had a broken wrist when she made close to 50 bows! And thank you Wrightsville Beach Foundation for helping to fund the bows.

12/03/2020
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The Town of Wrightsville Beach is now accepting applications from Town residents who are interested in serving on the Planning Board, the Historic Landmark Commission, the Parks and Recreation Advisory Committee, and alternate positions on the Board of Adjustment. Appointments will be made by the Board of Aldermen at their January 2021 meeting.
Applications are available on the Town’s website (towb.org) and at Town Hall, 321 Causeway Drive, Wrightsville Beach, North Carolina, Monday-Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Applications must be submitted by 5:00 p.m. January 7, 2021.

For additional information, please contact Sylvia Holleman, Town Clerk (910) 239-1771 or email [email protected].

Click here for the various committee applications.
https://www.townofwrightsvillebeach.com/DocumentCenter/View/2102/Board-Applications?bidId=
The Town of Wrightsville Beach is now

12/01/2020
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THE WRIGHTSVILLE BEACH BOARD OF ALDERMEN WILL MAKE APPOINTMENTS TO FILL VACANCIES ON THE PLANNING BOARD, HISTORIC LANDMARK COMMISSION, PARKS AND RECREATION ADVISORY COMMITTEE, AND BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT (ALTERNATE POSITIONS)

Click here for the various committee applications.
https://www.townofwrightsvillebeach.com/DocumentCenter/View/2102/Board-Applications?bidId=

The Town of Wrightsville Beach is now accepting applications from Town residents who are interested in serving on the Planning Board, the Historic Landmark Commission, the Parks and Recreation Advisory Committee, and alternate positions on the Board of Adjustment. Appointments will be made by the Board of Aldermen at their January 2021 meeting.

Applications are available on the Town’s website (towb.org) and at Town Hall, 321 Causeway Drive, Wrightsville Beach, North Carolina, Monday-Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Applications must be submitted by 5:00 p.m. January 7, 2021.

For additional information, please contact Sylvia Holleman, Town Clerk (910) 239-1771 or email [email protected].

Wrightsville Beach Police Department
11/30/2020

Wrightsville Beach Police Department

Let us know how we are doing!

The Wrightsville Beach Police Department has designed a Community Survey that we encourage all residents and visitors to fill out. The survey is a way to measure and improve our services.

The survey may be found by clicking the following link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/WBPD_Survey

In an effort to continue with a holiday tradition, we've modified the Town's annual Tree Lighting Ceremony and visit wit...
11/26/2020

In an effort to continue with a holiday tradition, we've modified the Town's annual Tree Lighting Ceremony and visit with Santa by offering a drive-thru experience. On Friday evening, November 27th from 5:50 to 7:30 p.m., drive through Town Hall where your family can view the Great Town Christmas Tree, wave to the Jolly Old Elf with his bag full of toys, and deliver your child's Christmas wish list to one of Santa's helpers. Enjoy the Christmas music and decorations as we keep Santa safe and healthy this holiday season!

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11/20/2020

Wrightsville Beach Police Department

Ceremony to Celebrate the Life of Wrightsville Beach
Ocean Rescue Captain Jeremy Owens
Saturday, November 21, 2020
1:45 Procession Arrives in Wrightsville Beach Park
2:00 p.m. Celebration of Life Ceremony

On Saturday, November 21, 2020 at 2:00 p.m., a Ceremony to Celebrate the Life of Wrightsville Beach Ocean Rescue Captain Jeremy Owens will be held at Wrightsville Beach Park located at 321 Causeway Drive, Wrightsville Beach, NC 28480. The public is invited and, due to the expectations of high attendance, law enforcement will be on the scene directing traffic. A private procession will precede the ceremony beginning at 1:00 pm and is scheduled to arrive in Wrightsville Beach Park at approximately 1:45 p.m. The public is asked to arrive and be parked no later than 1:30 p.m.

We do encourage everyone to wear a mask and to social distance at the ceremony. For those who prefer to remain distanced from the crowd, the Ceremony will be streamed live via Facebook through the Town of Wrightsville Beach and the Wrightsville Beach Police Department pages. Links are as follows:

Town of Wrightsville Beach: https://m.facebook.com/TownOfWrightsvilleBeachNorthCarolina

WBPD: https://www.facebook.com/WrightsvilleBeachPD

Please be aware that Wrightsville Beach Park will be closed on Saturday, November 21, 2020.

For additional information and a map of available parking, please go to www.townofwrightsvillebeach.com. The information will be listed on the Town’s homepage.

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Wilmington District, will hold a Facebook live-stream public information meeting on No...
11/12/2020

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Wilmington District, will hold a Facebook live-stream public information meeting on November 19, 2020 at 6:00 p.m. to discuss the Wrightsville Beach, NC Coastal Storm Risk Management (CSRM) Project Feasibility Study.

This study will analyze alternatives for an additional 50 years and continue Federal participation in cost shared coastal storm risk management measures. The primary study area is located within the Town of Wrightsville Beach, in southeastern North Carolina. After completion and approval of the feasibility study, Congressional authorization will be needed to extend Federal participation in the project.

The primary purpose of this public information meeting is to discuss the study scope, schedule and costs and provide an opportunity to obtain public input on coastal storm risk within the Town of Wrightsville Beach.

This study is being conducted using 100 percent Federal funds. The sponsor for the study is the Town of Wrightsville Beach, NC with stakeholder support from New Hanover County, NC. Cooperating Federal agencies for this study are the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management, United States Fish and Wildlife Service, United States Environmental Protection Agency, and National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration – National Marine Fisheries Service.

The live-stream will be featured on the US Army Corps of Engineers Wilmington District page. Comments and questions will be monitored and can be submitted during the live-stream meeting. If you are unable to join the live-stream, the video will be stored on our page and can be viewed after the live-stream has ended. Click the link at the bottom of this release during the meeting time to view the live-stream.

Link: https://www.facebook.com/USACE.Wilmington

For further information, please contact Dave Connolly, 910-251-4626.

U.S. ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS –WILMINGTON DISTRICT
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Wrightsville Beach Police Department
11/11/2020

Wrightsville Beach Police Department

As we celebrate this Veterans Day, we would like to invite the community to join us in thanking our own Wrightsville Beach Police Department Veterans.

11/10/2020
Town of Wrightsville Beach's cover photo
11/10/2020

Town of Wrightsville Beach's cover photo

Wrightsville Beach Police Department
11/09/2020

Wrightsville Beach Police Department

This photo was taken this morning at the Farmers Market.

Wrightsville Beach Police Department
11/05/2020

Wrightsville Beach Police Department

Below is a summary of when and how to access police services.

Don't let a little cold weather stop you from coming out to the Wrightsville Beach Farmers' Market tomorrow!  It's a gre...
11/01/2020

Don't let a little cold weather stop you from coming out to the Wrightsville Beach Farmers' Market tomorrow! It's a great time to start your holiday shopping! And while you're there, pick up some fresh seasonal produce, bread, eggs, honey, flowers, and much more! We're open every Monday, 8am - 1pm through December 14th.

PICKLEBALL LESSONS START TOMORROW MORNING AT 8:00 A.M.  (Tuesday, October 13).  We still have a few more openings.  Come...
10/12/2020

PICKLEBALL LESSONS START TOMORROW MORNING AT 8:00 A.M. (Tuesday, October 13). We still have a few more openings. Come join the fun! Email [email protected] or call (910) 256 - 7925 for more info.

Visit the Wrightsville Beach Farmers' Market today!  We're open until 1:00 pm.
10/12/2020

Visit the Wrightsville Beach Farmers' Market today! We're open until 1:00 pm.

WRIGHTSVILLE BEACH POLLING LOCATION HAS CHANGEDElection day is Tuesday, November 3, 2020. The polling location for Wrigh...
10/05/2020

WRIGHTSVILLE BEACH POLLING LOCATION HAS CHANGED

Election day is Tuesday, November 3, 2020. The polling location for Wrightsville Beach has changed from the Fran Russ Recreation Center to Wrightsville Beach Elementary School located at 220 Coral Drive. Please contact the New Hanover County Board of Elections for further information regarding polling locations and early voting.

10/02/2020

TOWN OF WRIGHTSVILLE BEACH OFFICIALS
DISCUSS NC GOVERNOR’S ORDER 169 REGARDING
OUTDOOR SEATING WITH LOCAL BARS

Town of Wrightsville Beach Officials have been in contact with the owners of all of the bars within the Town to discuss the Governor’s Order 169 and the owners’ intentions with regard to opening outdoor seating areas. This contact included a discussion regarding the compliance of all of the provisions related to the opening of outdoor seating areas within the Order.

The Governor’s Executive Order 169 mandates the following with regard to bar outdoor seating:

Bars, Night Spots, and Arenas.

a. This Subsection applies to the following:
• Bars
• Lounges (such as cigar bars and hookah lounges) in which tobacco or related products are consumed on premises
• Auditoriums, amphitheaters, arenas, and other venues for live performances
• Music halls, night clubs, or dance halls
• Adult entertainment facilities
• Spectator stands and viewing areas at a sporting facility, stadium, sporting complex, or speedway
b. Must be Seated. A facility covered by this Subsection is closed unless it is or becomes a seated establishment for Guests.
c. Indoor Restrictions.
1. Bars.
• Bars indoor seating areas and indoor amenities (such as pool and billiards tables) must be closed.
• Bars must not serve alcoholic beverages for on-site consumption in any indoor area on their premises.
2. Non-Bar Night Spots and Arenas.
• Indoor seating areas at all other facilities covered by this Subsection may be open, but are restricted to 25 Guests per facility.
• All facilities covered by this Subsection must not serve alcoholic beverages for on-site consumption in any indoor area on their premises.
d. Outdoor Restrictions.
1. Bars, Night Spots, and Arenas.
• Outdoor seating areas may be open at Bars and all other facilities covered by this Subsection. Guests in outdoor areas must be limited to the lesser of:
 100 people for the total seating area ( or, if there are multiple fields of play or stages, per field of play or per stage); or
 Thirty percent (30%) of the facility's stated outdoor occupancy before reductions under this Executive Order (or, for spaces without a stated outdoor occupancy, no more than seven (7) Guests for every one thousand (1000) square feet of the outdoor area's square footage).
• A facility covered by this Subsection may serve alcoholic beverages for on-site consumption in outdoor seating areas on its premises, subject to applicable local and state regulations.
e. Interpretation of Capacity Restrictions in this Subsection.
1. Workers, entertainers, athletes, and any other support staff do not count toward the capacity limits stated in Subsections 3.2(c) and 3.2(d) immediately above.
2. Any facility that meets the definition of "Restaurant" in this Executive Order is covered by Subsection 3 .13 of this Executive Order and not this Subsection.
3. A facility is excepted from the limits stated in this Subsection if it is a Very Large Outdoor Facility covered by Section 6 of this Executive Order.
4. Outdoor amenities may be open at Bars and other facilities covered by this Subsection.
5. Nothing in this Executive Order prevents establishments from opening up or expanding outdoor seating areas, subject to applicable local and state regulations. 12
f. Social Distancing Requirements.
1. Space Out Guests. Each group of Guests must be seated so that they are spaced out by six (6) feet in all directions from other groups of Guests. Each group of Guests sitting at a counter should be separated from other groups by six (6) feet. Entertainers also must stay at least six (6) feet away from any Guest.
2. Ordering Area. Bars not using wait staff must designate an ordering area at the bar. This area must allow each Guest to wait six (6) feet apart from other Guests. If necessary, Guests may place their orders by coming inside the Bar's building; however, Guests must consume their beverages in outdoor seating areas only.
g. Face Coverings. All workers and Guests must wear Face Coverings when they are or may be within the facility.
h. Other Requirements. Facilities covered by this Subsection must:
1. Restrict late night service of alcoholic beverages as stated in Section 4 of this Executive Order.
2. Follow the restrictions set out in Sections 3.13 of this Executive Order for any food or beverage service.
3. Mark six (6) feet of spacing in lines at high-traffic areas for Guests.
4. Promote frequent use of hand-washing and hand sanitizer for wait staff and food service staff throughout the shift and upon reporting to work. Hand washing must at least meet the requirements specified in the North Carolina Food Code Manual.
5. Provide alcohol-based hand sanitizer (with at least 60% alcohol) at the entrance and at other areas throughout the premises as needed. Promote frequent use of handwashing and hand sanitizer for workers and Guests. 6. Increase disinfection during peak times or high Guest density times, and disinfect all shared objects (e.g., payment terminals, tables, countertops/bars, receipt trays, and reusable menus) between use.
6. Follow all applicable requirements in NCDHHS guidelines.
7. Follow the Core Signage, Screening and Sanitation Requirements as defined in this Executive Order.
i. Miscellaneous Provisions on Bars.
1. Clarifications. People sitting at a table need not be members of the same household and do not need to stay six (6) feet apart. Moreover, this Executive Order does not require wait staff to stay six (6) feet away from Guests.
2. Off-Site Consumption. This Executive Order does not direct the closure of retail beverage venues that provide for the sale of beer wine, and liquor for offsite consumption only. It also does not require the closure of production operations at breweries, wineries, or distilleries.

Address

321 Causeway Drive
Wrightsville Beach, NC
28480

Opening Hours

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

Telephone

(910) 256-7900

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