Entries by Sharon Venis

Coyotes as Neighbors

The Coyotes as Neighbors video right on the home page is full of factual information about coyote behavior and how humans should react to them. This information could be helpful to our citizens. It’s especially relevant to those who have dogs or pets. (There are a few graphic images at about the 24 minute mark […]

Southport WinterFest Flotilla

The annual Southport Christmas Flotilla will be held Saturday December 14 at 7 pm immediately following the completion of the Southport Historical Society’s Tour of Homes. The Flotilla is sponsored by the Department of Tourism, Downtown Southport, Inc. (DSI), Southport Magazine and the Cape Fear Yacht Club. All pleasure boaters, commercial fishing vessels and paddle […]

Caviness Park Restrooms Temporarily Closed

Because of the anticipated cold temperatures, the Caviness Park water will be turned off  November 12 -14.  The restrooms will not be available until the water is turned back on.  The Nash Street and the Visitors’ Center restroom facilities will remain open.

Southport Police Department Annual Shop with a Cop

Shop with a Cop Program 2019 Program Overview The Southport Police Department will begin accepting applications and donations for our “Shop with a Cop” program on Friday November 8th at noon.  Applications will be available at the Police Department and webpage at www.southportnc.org.    Applications will be accepted until Wednesday December 11th at noon.  Our “Shop […]

Public Notice – Cloudy Water

10.30.2019 Brunswick County water system customers may see changes in your tap water, such as a cloudy or milky appearance. Cloudy water is almost always caused by air in the water. One of the many properties of water is its ability to dissolve gases – including air. Sometimes the air comes back out of the […]

Expired: Final Public Notice – Multiple Stormwater Repairs

The City of Southport has applied for Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Public Assistance (PA) Program funding through the North Carolina Emergency Management (NCEM) as a sub- recipient. Under the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA), federal actions must be reviewed and evaluated for feasible alternatives and for social, economic, historic, environmental, legal, and safety considerations. […]

Light Up The Night Fire Engine Parade

The Southport Fire Department is now accepting applications to participate in the Light Up The Night Fire Engine Parade on Friday, December 13th. Line up starts at the Southport Fire Station at 5 p.m. Parade begins at 6:30 p.m. Parade route: Waterfront Park, down Howe St., back to the Southport Fire Station. Parade Application