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Mandatory Topsail Beach Watering Schedule

The Following watering schedule is for irrigation systems that are connected to the Town water system and is in effect from May 27 – September 30 each year

All property owners NORTH...


  • Where in Topsail Beach is Paid Parking required?

    • Only in the south-end parking lot on the sound side (next to the Serenity Point Townhomes – at the end of Shore Line Dr and Inlet Dr). Paid parking is effective March 1st to October 31st between the hours...


There are a couple of changes to the Town's trash collection that resident's need to be aware of:

  • After May 27th (Memorial Monday) there will no longer be roll back service provided.  Therefore, if you are not able to be here on trash collection days, please make other...

Please click on the following link to read the Town of Topsail Beach's May 2024 Newsletter.


The Pender County Comprehensive Transportation Plan (CTP) is a long-range plan, which identifies major transportation improvement needs and develops long term solutions for the next 25 to 30 years. The study is a joint effort with Pender County, Pender County Municipalities, the North Carolina Department...


A King Tide is a non-scientific term used to describe the predicted highest high-tide and lowest low-tide events of the year. King tides occur during a perigean (when Moon is closest to Earth) spring tide (full and new moon); in other words, a full or new moon must co-occur...


Beginning in March 2024, the Town of Topsail Beach will initiate a comprehensive water meter replacement program that will upgrade or replace approximately 1,500 meters with an automatic meter reading (AMI) system also known as Smart Meters. The purpose of this effort is to upgrade the Town’s...


The Army Corp of Engineers has released their WINTER 2024 surveys of many local inlets, including Topsail Inlet.  These surveys are intended to monitor the natural shoaling of inlets...


We want to thank everyone for submitting their public comments regarding the proposed statewide increases in homeowners’ insurance requested by the NC Rate Bureau. North Carolina Insurance Commissioner Mike Causey said “No” and has set a hearing date for...