Recycling Center: Effective September 6, 2016 the Recycling Center located near the water tower will no longer be operational. The county operates a manned facility at 1709 Oxpen Road. The facility is open 8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays. Curbside recycling is available. Click here for more information.
Transient Dock: Our new transient dock at Bridgeview Park is now open. Click here to view the registration form.
Artificial Reef Guide: Sunken vessels, aircraft, train boxcars and old bridges are all underwater treasures located along North Carolina’s coast, strategically situated to promote fishing opportunities. Now, the North Carolina Division of Marine Fisheries Artificial Reef Guide will show you where to find them. Click here to view the online version of the guide.
EV Station: Check out our new EV Station on Jordan Boulevard. This station is free of charge, courtesy of Brunswick Electric.
Volunteers: The Town is always looking for people to volunteer on our various boards and committees. If you are interested, submit a resume form to email@example.com.
Recreational Activities: Make sure to check out our Parks & Recreation page for information on activities.
Safety Tips: Chief Layne reminds everyone to not leave valuables in your vehicles when they are unattended. Always lock your doors.
Mobile App: We are excited to announce the release of our Town mobile app. This new social media tool is a mobile friendly version of our website. Push notifications can be sent to assist in communications during an emergency situation. This is a FREE app. Visit the Apple Store or Google Play and search "Holden Beach" to download the app.
Town Flags: The Town has Town Flags in stock. You can purchase one for $40.
Vegetation and Sand Fence: The Town encourages owners to vegetate their properties and install sand fencing. This is a great way to protect your property and accumulate sand on your dune. Please contact the CAMA Officer at (910) 842-6080 if you would like further information.
Holden Beach Renourishment Information: The Holden Beach Renourishment Association (HBRA) is a private, tax-exempt organization whose mission is to help fund Town projects relating to beach nourishment. Nourishment is a many tiered program involving not just sand placement, but vegetation and other proven stabilizing methods which will actually allow the beach to grow to a healthy beach. You can assist HBRA's efforts by completing a membership form and sending them a tax deductible contribution.