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Topsail Island is comprised of three towns and two counties that have come together for an island-wide project to help protect the beautiful beach that we all love to enjoy! Our island is a beautiful beach destination whether you are visiting for the day, week, or longer, and we want you to have a...


Following more accurate mapping, the Juniper Road Two Fire is 1,230 acres in size and remains 25% contained as of Friday morning. The fire was caused by a lightning strike on Tuesday, Aug. 2, well within the interior of the game lands. 
Thursday, Aug.11, fire personnel continued to strengthen...


Please see attached link for a copy of the Town's most recent newsletter:

AUGUST 2022


PENDER COUNTY – Over two months into hurricane season, Pender County is continuing to provide hurricane preparedness information for citizens in our county. Pender County is committed to promoting personal and community...


Age My Way NC is a collaborative effort between the State of North Carolina and AARP NC to help identify priorities for making our neighborhoods, towns, cities, and rural areas great places for people of all ages. Soon, one in five North Carolinians will be over 65 - more older adults...


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 OF DAVIS AVE can irrigate during the hours of 2 A.M. and 4 A.M. on Monday, Wednesday and Friday...


With Town Manager Mike Rose retiring at the end of June, Topsail Beach is happy to announce Mr. Doug Shipley as the new Town Manager beginning July 2022.  Mr. Shipley currently serves as the Pender County Assistant Manager.  Please join us in welcoming him to Topsail Beach.    


  • 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).

  • How do I pay for my parking?

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North Carolina’s 12,000 miles of estuarine shoreline provide some of the most productive habitats in the world for fish and shellfish. Unfortunately, the erosion of these shorelines is increasing because of rising sea levels, concentrated waves from boats, more extreme storms, and poorly planned...


Please find attach a 2022 calendar for King Tides & High/Low than normal tides.  Please remember that wind direction and other weather events will either increase or reduce the impact of these king tides & high/low tide events.  

Please prepare for these events so...