HURRICANE DORIAN: Important information you need to know
SOUTHEASTERN NC (WWAY) — As Hurricane Dorian moves closer to the Cape Fear, here is a list of important information you need to know including shelters, curfews, how to report power outages, and more.
- Bladen Lakes Primary School
- East Arcadia School
- East Bladen High School
- West Bladen High School
East Bladen High School is a pet friendly shelter.
- North Brunswick High School: 114 Scorpion Drive, Leland
- West Brunswick High School: 550 Whiteville Road, Shallotte
- South Brunswick High School: 280 Cougar Road, Boiling Spring Lakes
All shelters are pet friendly.
- Edgewood Elementary School: 317 East Calhoun Street in Whiteville
- East Columbus High School: 32 Gator Lane in Lake Waccamaw
- South Columbus High School: 40 Stallion Drive in Tabor City
- West Columbus High School:7294 Andrew Jackson Highway SW in Cerro Gordo
- Guideway Elementary School: 11570 Swamp Fox E. in Tabor City
Edgewood Elementary School is pet friendly.
NEW HANOVER COUNTY:
- Blair Elementary on Blair School Road: 6510 Market Street, Wilmington
- Eaton Elementary School: 6701 Gordon Road, Wilmington
- Codington Elementary School: 4321 Carolina Beach Road, Wilmington
Blair Elementary School (located on Blair School Road) is a pet co-location shelter.
- Malpass Corner Elementary
- Topsail Elementary School
- Cape Fear Middle School
Cape Fear Middle School is a pet-friendly shelter and will serve special needs. Residents who are listed on the special-needs registry should contact the health department at 910-259-1230.
Residents who bring their pets will need to stay in the Cape Fear Middle School shelter. Pet owners are required to present rabies vaccination records. Residents need to bring pet food and water. Please bring pet carriers.
Curfew goes into effect at 11 p.m. on Thursday through Friday at 7 a.m.
BOILING SPRING LAKES:
A city-wide curfew is in effect from 7 p.m. to 7 a.m. on Wednesday, September 4 and Thursday, September 5.
A town-wide curfew will go into effect Thursday, September 5, at 8 p.m. until further notice.
A curfew is in effect from 8 p.m. until 6 a.m. on Wednesday, September 4 through Saturday, September 7.
A curfew will go in effect on Thursday, September 5, at 8 p.m. until further notice. This prohibits people from being off of their property and suspends alcohol sales.
A curfew goes into effect on Thursday at 8 p.m. until 8 a.m. until further notice.
Residents are urged to report power outages to the appropriate companies. Please see the following contact information:
Duke Energy Progress Brunswick Electric Membership Corporation
800-419-6356 or 800-682-5309
Duke Energy Carolinas
Four County Electric Membership Corporation
Text OUTAGE to 352667
Report downed trees, downed power lines and flooded roads (not power outages) to the Columbus County Emergency Operations Center:
(910) 642-8913 or (910) 642-7684
Residents can contact the Emergency Operations Center with non-emergency questions at (910) 253-5383
NEW HANOVER COUNTY
You can call New Hanover County with non-emergency questions at (910) 798-6800.
Call Emergency Operations Center at (910) 259-1210 or text (910) 620-9405.
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