#NHCgov Emergency Management and @cfcc are offering free Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) training beginning October 5. Participants will learn basic training in disaster preparedness and learn how to assist others in an emergency. Read more: https://t.co/h9ty3PBFsXhttps://t.co/jxWpEoDHd8
Five water quality swimming advisories have been issued in NHC for areas of Banks Channel (Wrightsville Beach) and Carolina Beach State Park. High bacteria counts are believed to be caused by runoff from recent heavy rainfall. Read more from @NCDEQ : https://t.co/jDc3YrB2EWhttps://t.co/mobX0r9xFm
New Hanover County Emergency Management and Cape Fear Community College are offering free Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) training beginning Tuesday, October 5. CERT training provides basic training in disaster preparedness, helping our residents learn how to assist their family and neighbors in an emergency. Read more: https://bit.ly/2XLXvsA
Five water quality swimming advisories have been issued in New Hanover County for sound-side areas of Banks Channel in Wrightsville Beach and Carolina Beach State Park. High bacteria counts are believed to be caused by stormwater runoff from recent heavy rainfall.
#NHCgov Commissioner Rob Zapple has been appointed to the Resilient Counties Advisory Board and the Environment, Energy and Land Use Steering Committee by the National Association of Counties. Learn more about these appointments: https://bit.ly/39Aog66
Captain David MacAlpine, or Captain Mac, will always hold a special place in our hearts for his service to our country as a US Marine, and for his 30 years of service with the New Hanover County Sheriff's Office dedicated to protecting our community. We honor his memory and keep his family & loved ones in our thoughts always.