Flu Shot Event on October 2, 2020

Brunswick County Health Services will be administering flu shots on Friday, October 2, 2020. This year, due to COVID-19, they will be given by appointment only and in the bays of the Public Safety Building (park in the back). They will be giving the high dose flu vaccine for those 65 years of age or … Continued

The deadline for storm debris pick-up is THIS WEEKEND

Key information: Deadline to have vegetative storm debris out is this Sunday, September 13, 2020 Hurricane Isaias came through Bald Head Island over five weeks ago. Our debris removal contractor is about to complete the first pass of the island and ALL vegetative storm debris should be on the side of the road for pick-up. … Continued

Labor Day weekend, drone flights, new Village postmaster, 2020 Census

Key information:   Labor Day weekend info – BHI Transportation Ferry Schedule & Village Hall and IPC/PO closed Monday. Drones will be flying beginning on 9/7 to help identify beach vitex. Meet your new Village Postmaster – you may have already met! 2020 Census – the deadline is quickly approaching, please respond if you have not … Continued

Updates on COVID-19, Transportation, Utilities

COVID-19 Information:   Safer at Home Phase 2.5 will begin Friday, September 4, 2020 Current case numbers for Brunswick County REMINDER:  What to do if you are on Bald Head Island and have symptoms of COVID-19 Non-COVID-19 Info: Transportation – Labor Day weekend ferry schedule Utilities – Annual change from chloramines to chlorine will occur between … Continued

VEGETATION DEBRIS PICK-UP BEGINS NEXT WEEK

The Village’s debris removal contractor will be on the island next week and debris removal is expected to begin on Tuesday, August 25, 2020. Residents are to place vegetative storm debris ONLY on the side of the road. The Village will be picking up debris on public roads and private roads. Make sure debris piles do not block the … Continued

Isaias Update #13

POST-STORM Debris – Like Hurricane Dorian, Isaias did not cause enough damage to require collection of construction debris or hazardous waste like golf carts and batteries.  Residents are to place vegetative storm debris ONLY on the side of the road.  The Village will be picking up debris on public roads and private roads. Make sure debris piles do not … Continued

Isaias Update #12

POST-STORM Village has Terminated State of Emergency – The Village terminated the State of Emergency effective August 6, 2020 at 8:00 a.m. Power – Power has been restored island-wide.  Swimming is still not advised for Brunswick Beaches – Brunswick County beaches, including Bald Head Island, remain under a precautionary advisory due to the conditions from … Continued

COVID-19 Update

Key Information:   Phase 2 will now last until at least September 11, 2020 Current case numbers for Brunswick County REMINDERS:  – What to do if you are on Bald Head Island and have symptoms of COVID-19 – IPC/PO Use During the Pandemic NC will be in Phase 2 into September – North Carolina remains under … Continued

Hurricane Isaias Damage Assessment Tool

Individual property owners on Bald Head Island can assist the Village and Brunswick County in collecting information on damage from Hurricane Isaias by filling out an online damage assessment tool. These self-assessments are not required but are helpful in determining the amount of damage that is reported to FEMA. Click HERE to access the damage … Continued

Isaias Update #11

POST-STORM Village Remains Under a State of Emergency – It is expected the State of Emergency will not be lifted today. The access restriction on recreational day trips is still in effect (equipment rental arrangements should not be made with folks coming off-island for recreation purposes). Village Offices – Village offices and the Island Package … Continued