Town Newsletter: April 21, 2022

Update – Bike Lane Letters

Town staff contacted the Department of Transportation after numerous homeowners reached out to us concerned that they had not received a letter with information on the upcoming bike lane/paving project. We were advised that only those property owners whose property is adjacent to the proposed bike lane construction where that construction intersects the Ocean Erodible Area of Environmental Concern (jurisdiction of NC Division of Coastal Management) have been sent the certified letter/attachments. This is only a small portion of the project area (approximately 150 properties) so don’t be concerned if you did not receive a letter. 

Those property owners that have received the certified letter/attachments can follow the instructions in the letter if they would like to contact someone about the project.

Days at the Dock

Days at the Dock will be held this Saturday and Sunday, April 23rd – 24th. Visit for information on this free festival. 

Grab your family and make it a weekend to remember. 


Don’t miss your chance to dunk our Police Chief! 

Come out to the Days at the Dock festival this weekend and visit the dunking booth presented by the Holden Beach Merchants Association in cooperation with the Holden Beach Police Department and Tri-Beach Fire Department. All proceeds and donations will go toward needed public safety equipment. Click here for more information.

Plant Sale

The Beautification Club will be holding their 10th Annual Plant Sale this Friday and Saturday, 8:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. Over 1,000 plants will be available. 

This year’s sale will be held at Vintage Construction Company, 3003 Holden Beach Road. All proceeds go to the beautification of the gardens at Holden Beach. 
Click here for more information.

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