Corona Virus Information
Corona Virus Hot Line 866-462-3821
Due to the Covid-19 outbreak, we wanted to advise you that the Town Hall has been temporarily closed to everyone except Town employees. The town staff is working usual office hours, but please understand that this action has been taken to protect and care for those who work with us, our customers, and the public.
We are requesting that you place payments in the drop box at the end of the driveway. The drop box is an elevated gray box situated next to the street and facing Flemington Drive. Also, if you have questions or need service, please don’t hesitate to call us at 910-646-3700. Thank you.
PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT NOTICE
The Lake Waccamaw Public Works Department is asking all residents to refrain from digging on their property to minimize the risk of breaking a water line. The Department is operating but ask your help to reduce the number of water line repairs they might have to attend to. Also, please continue to practice suggested safety guidelines to prevent the spread of Covid-19. Thanks for your cooperation.
On what would have been his 100 Birthday, John A. McNeill was honored with the naming of the The Bohemian Girl Scenic Bridge. (Named after Sam Potts’ tour boat on Lake Waccamaw in 1905)
A traveler in 1733, upon seeing Lake Waccamaw, stated , “This is the pleasantest place that I ever saw in my life”.