City Hall Contact
Hours: 8:00 AM – 4:30 PM Monday through Friday (except Holidays)
Services available at City Hall
- Copy charges: 25¢ per page
- Fax: $1.00 per page (incoming and outgoing)
- Notary services (located at City Hall or the Police Department) free of charge
Garbage is picked up on Tuesday. Please have your receptacle at the curb no later than 6:00 a.m. All garbage must be bagged and inside of the can. Recycling receptacles are also available for an annual fee and are picked up bi-weekly. Contact Waste Industries/GFL at 910-253-4177
Please visit the Community Center at 1 Leeds Road or call 910-363-0018 to obtain information on programs offered. You can also visit their page here BSL Community Center. The Community Center has a fitness room that is available to residents at very reasonable rates. They also offer before/after school programs, summer camp and a senior nutrition program.
The City's emergency notification system. CodeRED is an emergency notification service that allows emergency officials to notify residents and businesses by: telephone, cell phone, text message, email and social media regarding time-sensitive general and emergency notifications. Only authorized officials have access to the CodeRED system. Also, please sign up for Code Red at the County level – Brunswick County Code Red - to be advised of weather related emergencies as well as county-related emergencies (such as boil water advisories, county road closures, etc.).
Board of Commissioners
Board of Commissioners' meetings are held the first Tuesday of each month at 6:30 p.m. at City Hall.
Committees, Boards & Commissions
The City has the following committees, boards and commissions: Library Commission, Special Events Committee, Planning Board, Parks and Recreation Advisory Board, Grants Committee and Community Appearance Commission. These boards meet once a month at City Hall. Please visit each committee's page for information on the committee and their meeting date and time.
Swimming Lakes & Parks
Swimming parks are Spring Lake, Alton Lennon Park, Mirror Lake, Seminole Lake and Tate Lake. Dogs are allowed at North Lake Park only and must be on a leash at all times. There is also a fishing pier at North Lake Park. Playground parks are Robert Muse Memorial Park located on Miller Road/E. Boiling Spring Road and Charles Schneiders Park located on Mirror Lake Drive as well as at the Community Center, 1 Leeds Road. The City also has tennis, basketball courts and volleyball courts at Robert Muse Memorial Park and there is a disc golf course at the Community Center. There is a community garden located across from Spring Lake Park on Pine Road and North Lake Road and a butterfly, rose and hummingbird garden at the Community Center. Learn more about our lakes and parks here.