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Onslow Beach Road, Nov. 1 through March 2025

As part of the Task Force Florence hurricane reconstruction project, the dirt road north of the Onslow Beach Bridge and on the east side of the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway will be closed for repairs. This closure also includes the fishing piers on the mainland side and the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway side, north of the bridge. Only the dirt road will be closed during this project. Onslow Beach Road will remain open. The project is expected to be complete in March of 2025.


Birch Street Road Project Phase 6, Aug. 29, 2021 to Jan. 31, 2022 

During this closure, Birch Street will be closed from the Holcomb intersection to West Rd. (West Rd intersection will be closed). Detours for this section are Dogwood and Ash Street.

Access to the library will now be off of West Rd., accessed from Dogwood St.


Birch Street Road Project, Phase 4a: Aug. 14 to March 31, 2022 - Project Extended

Birch Street from McHugh Blvd. to Wallace Creek Rd. will transition to one lane, two way traffic on the Westbound side of Birch St. beginning Aug. 15. Traffic control devices will delineate lane closures and establish entrances to facilities along Birch St. This project is expected to be complete by March 31, 2022.

Upon completion, the project will transition to Phase 4b, that will close Birch St. from Wallace Creek Rd. to the Auto Hobby Shop.

All gates will maintain normal operations throughout the winter storm, except: 

  • Tarawa Terrace I Gate: Closed Jan. 29, reopening Jan. 30, depending on road conditions 
  • Sneads Ferry Gate: Potential for closing if NCDOT closes the Sneads Ferry Bridge 

There are no scheduled power outages at this time.

Personnel living in the barracks or BOQ should report any power outages to their barracks manager.

Personnel living on base should report any power outages to their PPV housing office maintenance line.

  • Atlantic Marine Corps Communities: 877-509-2424
  • Liberty Military Housing: 888-578-4141

MCB Camp Lejeune and MCAS New River have set Winter Storm Condition Two (WSC II) effective immediately as winter precipitation is forecasted for the community within 24 hours. At 3 a.m. on Jan. 29, the installations will transition to Winter Storm Condition One (WSC I) as winter precipitation is forecasted to impact the community within six hours. 

The forecasted weather is expected to produce snow with accumulations of up to one inch possible in the local area. The storm is expected to impact the community beginning early Saturday morning. 

The installation will maintain normal operations today, Jan. 28, 2022, but is scheduled to delay non-essential operations until noon, Jan. 29, pending any changes in the current or projected weather. 

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The Camp Lejeune Forestry Division schedules over 20,000 acres of prescribed burning annually. Those burns normally begin in January of each year and are completed by August. (Learn more)

The current local notice to mariners can be found here:®ion=5.