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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                                                 

Hello Morehead City,

 

We are starting the process of upgrading our Email Services system to allow for a better continuity of communications.  During this process our systems might temporarily go up and down, but rest assured that we are monitoring and capturing those emails to be processed.  If you have immediate needs and cannot reach us through our email, please call 252-726-6848 for Billing/Collections, Public Services, Planning and Inspections, Finance, and Administration.  For the Police Department contact 252-726-3131 and for the Fire Department to include the Fire Marshals office call 252-726-5040. Thank you for your patience through this transition.

 

Sincerely,

 

The Information Technology Staff of Morehead City

 

 

 

Report of SSO

  September 7, 2019   The Town of Morehead City experienced an overflow of untreated sewage due to Hurricane Dorian at the Lift Station located on Emeline Place.  The overflow was reported at approximately 6:15 AM on Friday September 6, 2019 and responded to as soon as weather conditions allowed. The volume of the overflow was estimated to be 18,000 gallons. The untreated sewage flowed into a ditch which empties in the Calico Creek and has been reported to all state and local agencies.       The Town of Morehead City experienced an overflow of untreated sewage due to Hurricane Dorian at the Lift Station located on Ferabee Street.  The overflow was reported at approximately 4:00 AM on Friday September 6, 2019 and responded to as soon as weather conditions allowed. The volume of the overflow was estimated to be 210,000 gallons. The untreated sewage flowed into a ditch which empties in the Calico Creek and has been reported to all state and local agencies.  

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                                                 

Hello Morehead City,

 

We are so fortunate that Hurricane Dorian caused minor damage to our town.  Many of you have asked how we can help some of our neighbors in Ocracoke who were devastated by the storm.  Some of you have already gathered supplies and offered your time and resources, and you make us proud.  A recent update from our friends at Hyde County says that Ocracoke is now overwhelmed with donations of food and supplies for residents, but are asking that those who want to help make donations through the Outer Banks Community Foundation.  We will be collecting money to send their way at City Hall starting today.  If you prefer to donate directly to the Outer Banks Community Foundation, here is their site https://www.obcf.org/donate-now/disaster-relief-fund-donate/  .

 

Thank you again,

 

Ryan 

 

Please pardon the changes to our website.  We are removing some content in order to prepare for a smoother transition to our new website.  If you need additional information that cannot be found on our website please email mhchelpdesk@moreheadcitync.org.

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