Installation Advisories
Collapse All Expand All

For a current list of noise generating events, please visit

Birch Street Road Project (McHugh Blvd. to Wallace Creek Rd.) begins June 1

Birch St. from McHugh Blvd. to Wallace Creek Rd. will transition to one lane, two-way traffic on the Eastbound side of Birch St. beginning June 1, 2022. Traffic control devices will delineate lane closures and establish entrances to facilities along Birch Street. This section of the project is expected to be completed in July 2022.


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.

Holcomb Gate Outbound Lanes Closed, May 25 to June 24

The Holcomb Gate outbound lanes will be closed from May 25 to June 24. Personnel should exit the installation via the Holcomb Gate. Bougainville Drive will be limited to personnel accessing the adjacent military housing neighborhoods or Camp Johnson from MCB Camp Lejeune. 

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 Nov. 30 each year. MCB Camp Lejeune and Marine Corps Air Station New River are now in Tropical Cyclone Condition V (TCC-V) which indicates a seasonal destructive readiness level. The potential for destructive weather is elevated, but no specific system threatens the area.

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.