The Town has established this space as a “Community Billboard” where individuals, non profit businesses, community groups and others may post information relating to events and upcoming opportunities as they relate to the Spring Lake Community. Posts on this page in no way reflect the views or opinions of the Town nor do any posts serve as an endorsement by the Town. Any information provided on this page is limited to the source and as such the Town is not responsible for any claim, representation or validity. Any questions or clarification of the information posted should be directed to the contact listed.
NOTE: the Town reserves the right to remove, edit or deny any information submitted for posting on this page.
The posts on this site will become part of the public record. Representatives of North Carolina State Government communicate via this web site. Any communication via this site (whether by an employee or the general public) may be subject to monitoring and disclosure to third parties. This website is archived as recommended by the North Carolina Department of Cultural Resources Best Practices for Social Media Usage in North Carolina.
FTCC Corporate & Continuing Education Child Nutrition Assistant Program:
For any residents who may be interested in being part of a volunteer group that goes out once a month and helps clean up designated areas within and around the city limits of Spring Lake,
there will be a meet up on the first Saturday of each month in the parking lot of the old Pizza Hut located in the Southwinds Plaza on Bragg Blvd at 8 a.m.
They stay out until 11:00 a.m., however, you set your own time that you are available during those hours of 8-11 a.m.
Facebook Policy 2019
The Town has established a page for non-profit events happening here in our community, such as businesses, community groups and others, so that we may post information relating to events and upcoming opportunities as they relate to the Spring Lake Community.
Memorial Brick/Brick of Honor
Every brick is a story of a hero never to be forgotten. Share their story; share your hero. A Memorial Brick is a perfect way to honor/memorialize the service and life of a special service member with ties to Spring Lake. Learn how you can share your hero with all who passes through Spring Lake and Veterans Park.
Memorial Brick/Brick of Honor information
Community Watch Groups
The local community is encourage to start their own community watch groups. As a service to these groups, information pertaining to their meetings, newsletters and other events may be posted to help educate their group and the community to encourage participation and inspire others to join and start their own group. This effort is led by the Spring Lake Police Department.
Community Watch Information
The Town of Spring Lake is currently recruiting businesses, civic groups, churches, families, and other organizations and volunteers for their adopt-a-site, adopt-a-street program. This program encourages citizens, organizations or any engaged group to pick up litter and debris and help with beautification projects for particular sites throughout our town.
Twice a year the Community Appearance Commission hosts Town wide Litter Sweeps. One is held in the spring. The Spring Litter Sweep is normally in conjunction with the Public Works Household Hazardous Waste Drop Off. The fall litter sweep is America’s Recycle Day, a National campaign, where communities all over the United States are hosting drives to clean up and make an impact on the environment. Both events need the community to get involved.
Board Appointed Committees
Care about your community? Looking for a way to get involved? Want to make a lasting impact? Volunteer to serve on a Board Appointed committee. The Town of Spring Lake has several Board Appointed Committees that residents can volunteer to serve on. Each serve as a valuable asset and resource for the community. Learn more about each, apply to the one that you feel you are best suited to serve on and one you can commit to.
All submissions, as stated in the RFP are submitted to Deanna Rosario, email@example.com