Public Notice

Public Notice

System Pressure Advisory Rescinded: Part of Boiling Spring Lakes / El sistema a resumido sus servicios y operaciones normales


Based on the laboratory analysis of water samples collected on October 17 and 18, 2018, water consumers of Brunswick County Public Utilities located in Boiling Spring Lakes on E. Boiling Spring Rd. and all connecting roads off E. Boiling Spring Rd. on both sides between North Lake Dr. and the dam, are hereby notified that it is no longer necessary to boil water or use bottled water for human consumption.

There are no longer any System Pressure Advisory for Brunswick County Public Utilities.

This notice is issued and effective October 19, 2018.

We appreciate your cooperation and patience during this period. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.


John Nichols

Brunswick County Public Utilities




Basado en un estudio conducido en las muestras de agua, los clientes del Brunswick County Public Utilities que se encuentran el los siguietes pueblo Boiling Spring Lakes estan siendo notificados por este informe que lla no hay necesidad de continuar hirviedo el agua o usar agua enbotellada para consumer. El sistema a resumido sus servicios y operaciones normales.

Brunswick County CRS Class Rating Increases to 8


Brunswick County has met the standards to increase its Community Rating System (CRS) Class rating from the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) to an 8, qualifying for a discount in the premium cost of flood insurance for NFIP policies.

The CRS is a voluntary program which recognizes community floodplain management activities, like ensuring citizens comply with the appropriate FEMA guidelines and helping people protect their property. Similar to fire insurance district ratings, higher CRS ratings mean lower flood insurance premiums for residents in Special Flood Hazard Areas.

“The floodplain management activities implemented by your community qualifies it for a 10 percent discount in the premium cost of flood insurance for NFIP policies issued or renewed in Special Flood Hazard Areas on or after May 1, 2018,” read a letter from William Lesser, CRS Coordinator, Federal Insurance and Mitigation Administration, to County Manager Ann Hardy with notice of the increased rating. “This savings is a tangible result of the flood mitigation activities your community implements to protect lives and reduce property damage.”

“This is wonderful news for our citizens, and is a credit to the foresight and support of Brunswick County’s Commissioners and the efforts and leadership of Deputy County Manager Steve Stone, Code Administration Director Michael Slate, and the Code Administration staff,” said County Manager Ann Hardy.

Brunswick County had previously had a CRS Class 10 rating. The increase to a Class 8 rating reflects efforts by Brunswick County Code Administration to maintain elevation certificates, enforce higher regulatory standards, adopt and implement the Southeastern NC Regional Hazard Mitigation Plan and the Natural Floodplains Functions Plan, and provide information about flood protection and building requirements through outreach projects and through making documents available in Brunswick County libraries and on the website, among others.