Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

Town of Emerald Isle Holiday Schedule

Christmas Week

Town offices will be closed on Wednesday, December 23, Thursday, December 24, and Friday, December 25 in observance of Christmas. The Community Center will be closed on Thursday, December 24 and Friday, December 25, but will be open on Wednesday, December 23 and Saturday, December 26.

Recycling WILL be collected everywhere in Town on Wednesday, December 23. Trash will NOT be collected from soundside areas on Thursday, December 24 or from oceanside areas on Friday, December 25.

New Year's Week

Town offices and the Community Center will both be closed on Friday, January 1 in observance of New Year's Day.  The normal trash and recycling collection schedule is in effect for Monday - Thursday of the week, however, trash will NOT be collected from oceanside areas on Friday, January 1.

Crystal Coast Countdown

The Crystal Coast Countdown includes many fun activities all over Carteret County during New Year's Week.  Come on down to the Crystal Coast for a great end to 2015 and a great start to 2016!  For a complete list of events, please visit .

Scavenger Hunt

As part of Crystal Coast Countdown, Emerald Isle will host a Scavenger Hunt on Wednesday, December 30 beginning at 10 am at the Community Center.  Hidden treasures will be located throughout Emerald Isle, and the winners will receive great prizes!  For more information, please contact the Emerald Isle Parks and Recreation Department at 252-354-6350.

New Year's Eve Fireworks in Emerald Isle!

Please join us for fireworks from Bogue Inlet Pier on New Year's Eve at 9 pm!  A special "Shamrock Drop" is also planned just before 9 pm!

Christmas Tree Curb-Side Collection

Please place old, natural Christmas trees at the curb-side for collection by Town staff after Christmas. Trees will be collected as part of the Town's weekly yard debris collection service from all neighborhoods.  (Trees may no longer be discarded at the former Merchants Park / new Welcome Center facility.)

Oceanfront residents are permitted to place old, natural Christmas trees in the dunes to promote sand accretion, and are welcome to collect their neighbors' old trees from the curb-side for placement in the dunes. Please be careful not to impede public access or vehicular access on the beach strand.

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!  

We are all so blessed to be able to enjoy Emerald Isle!

Posted by Rhonda Ferebee Monday, December 21, 2015 3:07:00 PM