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Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune

 

Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune

"Home of Expeditionary Forces in Readiness"

Operating Status

Normal
Operations

Changes to the base operating status will be reflected here and released through the Electronic Mass Notification System (eMNS), the command Facebook page, the command Twitter feed, and on the command automated information system at 910-451-1717.  If you have questions regarding your specific reporting circumstances, contact your chain of command or work supervisor.

 

Installation Dashboard - Overview

Throughout the year, numerous events may occur resulting in changes to road conditions, available bridges, and accessible gates.   The installation follows established procedures for evaluating event impacts to determine status of roads, bridges and gates.  If a change in status occurs, reporting instructions need to be disseminated, or a reduction in installation services is required, personnel should reference this site for information.

Additionally, if an event or inclement weather occurs, every attempt will be made to publish updates on the installation operational status across the Electronic Mass Notification System (eMNS), the command Facebook page, the command Twitter feed, and via the command automated information system at 910-451-1717.  If the event occurs during non working hours, every attempt will be made to post updates prior to 6 a.m.

Military and civilian personnel of tenant commands and anyone who has questions regarding specific reporting circumstances should also contact their chain of command or work supervisor for instruction as each command and tenant organization may have unique mission requirements.

Bridges
Bridge Status
Florence Road @
Scales Creek (Camp Johnson)
 
Holcomb Boulevard @
NC-24 (NCDOT Managed)
 
Holcomb Boulevard @
Wallace Creek
 
McHugh Boulevard @
Wallace Creek
 
NC-172 @
Freeman Creek
 
NC-172 @
New River (NCDOT Managed)
 
Onslow Beach Road @
Intracoastal Waterway
 
Wallace Creek Road @
Wallace Creek
 
Wilson Boulevard @
Wallace Creek
 
Wilson Boulevard @
New River/Northeast Creek
 
Wilson Boulevard @
Holcomb Boulevard
 
Gates
Gate Status
Main Gate
(Holcomb Boulevard)
 
Wilson
Gate
 
Piney Green Gate
(Commercial Traffic/Limited Hours)
 
Triangle Outpost Gate
(Hubert/Swansboro)
 
Sneads Ferry
Gate
 
Midway Park
Gate
 
Tarawa Terrace I
Gate
 
Tarawa Terrace II Gate
(Closed-Only used when required)
 
Camp Johnson
Gate
 
MCAS New River Main Gate
(Curtis Road)
 
Douglas Road Gate
(Commercial Traffic/Limited Hours)
 
Roads
Road Status
Birch Road  
Brewster Boulevard  
Curtis Road  
Douglas Road  
Florence Road  
Holcomb Boulevard  
Lyman Road  
Marines Road  
McHugh Boulevard  
Montford Landing Road  
NC-24 (NCDOT Managed)  
NC-172 (NCDOT Managed)  
NC-210 (NCDOT Managed)  
Onslow Beach Road  
Piney Green Road  
Rifle Range Road  
Seth Williams Boulevard  
Sneads Ferry Road  
US-17 (NCDOT Managed)  
Wilson Boulevard  
DoDEA Employees Reporting Instructions

DoDEA school status is disseminated primarily via the Camp Lejeune Dependents Schools Facebook page and the AtHoc electronic mass notification system. To subscribe or update your contact information for the AtHoc eMNS, please contact the local school office where your student is registered to attend.

MCCS Employee Reporting Instructions

Marine Corps Community Services employees should call the MCCS Employee Notification Line at 910-451-4044 or visit the MCCS Lejeune-New River Facebook page for reporting instructions.

 

NMCCL Employee Reporting Instructions

Naval Medical Center Camp Lejeune employees and patients should call the Automated Information System at 910-451-1717 for reporting instructions, and changes to operating statuses will also be posted on the NMCCL Facebook page and Twitter feed.

 

Tenant Commands

Military and civilian personnel of tenant commands and anyone who has questions regarding specific reporting circumstances should also contact their chain of command or work supervisor for instruction as each command and tenant organization may have unique mission requirements.

Installation Dashboard - Disclaimer

The road condition information provided on this web page is offered as a public service based on the most current conditions available for particular segments of Camp Lejeune roads at specific points in time. While every effort is made to keep this information accurate and up-to-the-minute, conditions can change rapidly. Therefore, no guarantee can or may be made as to the accuracy or timeliness of any information provided herein. Information presented may vary from actual roadway conditions and events. Road conditions at one location may be completely different at another location even on a nearby segment of the same road. Therefore, this information must not be used as the only factor in a motorist’s decision to travel in a particular area. Motorists are in the best position to, and have the express responsibility of, making the safest driving decisions based on current conditions. Marine Corps Installations East-Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune recommends that motorists check a number of sources, including the National Weather Service’s reports, in making their travel plans.

Snowplowing, Sanding and Deicing: Listing of roadway snow and ice conditions is not a guarantee that any road has been plowed, sanded, or deiced at any particular time or at any or all locations for travelers.

Persons relying on information contained on this web site do so at their own risk. The Federal Government, the Marine Corps, MCIEAST-MCB Camp Lejeune, its employees, agents or any contributor to this web site will not be liable for the accuracy of this information or direct, indirect, incidental, punitive, or any other damages resulting from the use of this web site or contents within. 

If weather or other roadway conditions are severe, motorists are advised to consider postponing or detouring trips until conditions improve. 

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