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For a current list of noise generating events, please visit https://www.lejeune.marines.mil/News/Noise-Advisories/.

NC-172 Closed for Training, Sept. 27-29

Please be advised that NC-172 between Sneads Ferry Road (in the vicinity of Gillets Creek) to the Triangle Outpost Gate will be closed Sept. 27-29 for training. Please use an alternate route to traverse the installation during this closure. 

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Birch Street Road Project, Phase 5 and 6 Begins Aug. 29

The Birch Street road project will move to Phase 5 and 6 on Sunday, Aug. 29. During this phase the following closures will be implemented:

  • Phase 5: Aug. 29 to Oct. 31 - Birch Street will be closed from Michael Rd up to Louis Rd (only Michael Rd/Birch St intersection will be closed). Detours for this section are Dogwood and Ash Street.
  • Phase 6: Aug. 29 to Nov. 30 - 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. The access to the library will now be off of West Rd accessed from Dogwood Street.

Phase 3: Birch Street from Duncan Street to Louis Rd is now open to all traffic.

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Birch Street Road Project, Phase 4a: Aug. 14 to Dec. 31, 2021

On Aug. 14, Phase 4a of the Birch Street Road Project will begin with the placement of traffic control devices. Birch Street from McHugh Blvd. to Wallace Creek Rd. will be closed to all traffic, Aug. 14 only.

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 the end of the year.

Upon completion, the project will transition to Phase 4b, that will close Birch St. from Wallace Creek Rd. to the Auto Hobby Shop beginning Jan. 8, 2022.

There are no scheduled gate closures at this time.

Atlantic Hurricane Season: June 1 to November 30

MCB Camp Lejeune and MCAS New River are now in Tropical Cyclone Condition Five (TCC-V) which indicates a seasonal destructive readiness level. The potential for destructive weather is elevated, but no specific system threatens the area.

There are no scheduled power outages at this time.