Update April 6th, 2020:
1. The beach strand and all beach accesses are closed to the general public, residents and property owners, with the exception of governmental officials, Town Staff, Beach Patrol Staff and Turtle Patrol volunteers with a proper Town issued pass.
2. The Town Park is closed to the general public, residents and property owners, with the exception of governmental officials and Town Staff.
3. Movement within and about Town limits is restricted to Town residents, Town property owners, and employees of all essential businesses (as that term, “essential businesses” is defined in Governor Roy Cooper’s Executive Order No. 121) irrespective of whether the essential business is located inside or outside of Town limits. Non-resident property owners shall travel to their Sunset Beach property only if absolutely necessary. Use of properties by any individuals other than the deeded owner(s) is prohibited.
4. All rentals, including both Long and Short-Term Rentals, or use of such premises by any individuals other than the deeded owner(s) shall be prohibited. This includes hotels, motels, condo hotels, rental properties and is inclusive of private management companies and HOAs, Airbnb, VRBO-style lodging, and other overnight accommodations.
5. Per Governor Cooper’s Executive Order, Essential Businesses must follow the CDC guidelines.
As many of you know the governor has issued a Stay-at-Home Order for North Carolina. Some of you have asked what does this mean for our area? We are here to break it down for you.
- Stay at home unless you have to leave for an essential activity. Essential activities include traveling for health and safety, obtaining necessary supplies or services, going outside for outdoor activity while staying 6 feet away from others and avoiding gatherings of 10 or more people.
- Essential workers may travel for work, included essential workers include health and human services, construction and maintenance crews, grocery stores, agriculture-based operations, food and beverage products that offer carry-out or delivery, and gas station workers. See the full list of essential workers here.
- Social Distancing orders still apply which means maintaining a 6-foot distance from others. Washing your hands as often as possible for at least 20 seconds with soap and water, and or using hand sanitizer. Clean high traffic surfaces often with a sanitizing product.
- Individual towns have also issued their own regulations to govern their ordinance’s needs.
- These implementations will be upheld until April 30, 2020.
Local Open Businesses Complying with Covid-19 Regulations:
|Restaurant||Carry Out||Delivery||Phone #|
|Crabby Oddwaters||Yes. Carry out & Curbside Delivery.||No||910-579-6372|
|Fibber McGee’s||Closed Until Further Notice||910-575-2271|
|La Cucina||Yes. From 4pm – 8pm Daily||No||910-579-9777|
|Las Palmeras||Yes. From 11am – 10pm Daily||No||910-575-2882|
|Papa John’s||Yes. 10am – 10:40pm Daily||Yes||910-579-8080|
|Sarah’s Kitchen||Yes. Take Out 7am to 2pm. Sat & Sun 7am – 12pm.||No||910-575-3777|
|The Boat Landing||Closed Until Further Notice||910-575-2259|