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Gonzalez Blvd Closed at H M Smith Blvd, June 5

Due to construction in the area, Gonzalez Blvd. will be closed near the intersection of H M Smith Blvd. from June 5 to Aug. 4, 2023. Please use Reasoner St. to Gonzalez Blvd. as an alternate route during this time.


Portion of Conner St closed beginning June 1

Due to construction in the area, Conner St will be closed between Gonzalez Blvd and H M Smith Blvd from June 1 to Sept. 30, 2024. Please use Gonzalez Blvd to Reasoner St to H M Smith Blvd as a detour during this time.

Holcomb Blvd Road Project Begins May 24

Beginning tomorrow, May 24, Holcomb Blvd. near the intersection of Birch St. will undergo repairs and repaving through two phases and is expected to last four months. During this time, a new traffic pattern will be in effect with lane shifts implemented at the Wilson Blvd. off ramp and Ash St. using a median cross over and temporary traffic signals. The cross-back location will be at Birch St. and Dogwood.

Holcomb Blvd. will remain open during this time, but will be reduced to one-lane each way in the vicinity of Birch St.

You will NOT be able to cross Holcomb Blvd. when traveling on Birch St. During this time, personnel will need to use the new service road behind Pizza Hut, Wendy’s and Taco Bell if they wish to cross Holcomb Blvd. heading East toward the Industrial Area.


Wallace Creek Road Project Begins May 15

Beginning May 15, Wallace Creek Road, north of Birch Street will undergo work to the shoulder of the road, but still allow for two-way traffic. Please drive slow and obey all construction signs in the area. This project is expected to be complete around August 1, 2023.


Birch Street Traffic Pattern Change

A new traffic pattern is in effect along Birch Street between Wallace Creek Road and Holcomb Blvd. that is expected to last through July 2023.


Holcomb Blvd. Jogging Trail Closures in Effect

Two sections of the Greenway Jogging Trail will be partially closed due to construction:

  • The first closure is located adjacent to Holcomb Boulevard, across from the turn off to Yewel Branch Road will be closed though August 2025
  • The second closure, which begins Dec. 1, is located behind the Watkins Village neighborhood, north of Wilson Boulevard. This closure is expected to last until July 2023
  • Beginning Jan. 15, the Nature Trail that begins at Seth Williams Blvd. will be closed and travels north toward Wilson Blvd. overpass will also be closed through August 2023


Onslow Beach Road, Nov. 1, 2021 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.

There are no scheduled gate closures at this time.

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

The annual Atlantic Hurricane season runs from June 1 to November 30 each year. The Camp Lejeune area will be in Topical Cyclone Condition V (TCC V) until November 30 which indicates the potential for the occurrence of destructive weather is elevated, but no specific system threatens the area. For more information on hurricane preparedness, please visit

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: