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Welcome to the City of Havelock, North Carolina

Located in Eastern North Carolina, midway between historic New Bern and the beautiful beaches of the Crystal Coast, Havelock has much to offer residents and visitors alike. Havelock is proud to be the home of Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point, the 2nd Marine Aircraft Wing and the Fleet Readiness Center – East. A city of 22,500, Havelock is a great place to live or visit, blending old fashioned Southern hospitality with a cultural diversity.

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Havelock-Craven County Library Board Meeting Cancelled

Please be advised that the scheduled April 24, 2019 Havelock–Craven County Library Board has been cancelled. The next regular meeting ...
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Green Waste

When preparing yard waste... All yard waste must be separated from any trash, garbage or rubbish. Limbs Limbs left for ...
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Spring Movie Event

From the largest elephant to the smallest shrew, the city of Zootopia is a mammal metropolis where various animals live ...
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Water Line Maintenance

IMPORTANT NOTICE To City Of Havelock Water Customers: Beginning Friday, April 19th, 2019, the City of Havelock will temporarily stop ...
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Summer Day Camp

This Summer will be full of fun, activities and excitement for your child, age six to twelve, at the Havelock Parks ...
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PickleBall

Pickleball is a paddle sport (similar to a racquet sport) that combines elements of badminton, tennis, and table tennis. Two ...
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City officials had a productive meeting with DOT and ST Wooten regarding the traffic issues near the Slocum Flyover Construction Project. Because of the worsening traffic conditions, DOT has agreed to modify the contract and to allow more night work.  All participants agreed to temporarily cease daytime lane closures. The primary plan, starting immediately, is to complete most of the construction requiring lane closures at night. The potential still exists to have daytime lane closures if an acceptable traffic mitigation plan can be developed.  DOT plans to provide the City a weekly traffic plan which can be modified if conditions change.  The City will post updates as needed.

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City of Havelock You Rock!!

That's great! Thank you!

Thank you for handling this quickly and especially before tourist season begins. The night work is an excellent solution- and safer for drivers and workers. Worth the added expense.

Thank you!

This should have been done long before now.

Thank you!

Adrian Barnes

This great. I do have a question concerning the recycling of plastics and cardboard. I see this will be discontinued in Craven county. Is this also true for the city of Havelock?

Tracie Burns Davis James Cassell

How about picking up the waste at 102 and 106 East Lariat ln? safety problem.

Finally someone with a brain has gotten involved. Thanks

Just TELL people when it will be closed and Don’t do it during school/work traffic. Simple. The only notices I saw mentioned NIGHT closures. I never saw day one projected.

Now if only you could get them to finish the road coming out of McDonald Downs community

Great news

Praise God!

They should have always been doing the work at night! That’s how they do it up north... works great!

Its about time. THIS SHOULD HAVE been at night to begin with.

Exactly what they should be doing from the beginning working at night instead of daytime.

I worry about them working at night for their safety I realize they have light but still it seems more dangerous hopefully no one gets hurt

A win for Havelock.

Here come the cost overruns to this unnecessary 22 million dollar project. It's amazing none of you inept government employees couldnt foresee traffic issues on a major project on a major road. Not surprised. This is the same group that couldn't figure out a green turn arrow would have solved the issues and saved 22 million tax payer dollars (before overruns)

Christina Marie

Nathan Tapp

Cynthia Rose Cano

Caleb Keene

These wonderful pets are available for adoption at the Havelock Animal Shelter. For more information call (252) 444-2712 or visit the facility, located in the parking lot behind City Hall.

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We also have Kittens that just came in 🙂

OMG, wait til Anna sees these pics! She will be begging to come back to volunteer 😂

So cute. Wish I could get another

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Ok so I’m confused. How can they start to perform disinfection method on April 21st when that process includes ammonia and on April 19th stop using ammonia until May 21st?

Hello, I lost my wonderful wife last Monday to pulmonary hypertension. She lived and worked here locally all her life, she worked as a vet tech at Craven Animal Hospital, a manager at Walmart New Bern here in New Bern and Walmart Supercenter Grantsboro & a pharmacy tech at Realo Discount Drug and Carolina Home Medical drugs & Walmart. She ran her own animal rescue out of her home since she was 19 years old saving animals of all types from all of Craven county's neighboring counties she did this out of her own pocket making no profit until she collapsed on a trip into town when she was 31 years old from her organs starting to fail her the Drs managed to save her but she was diagnosed as terminally ill with pulmonary hypertension. She was forced to stop work and stay at home but that never stopped her from trying to save an animal here & there where she could. While being stuck at home she fought to bring awareness to autism and pulmonary hypertension. She was such a kind and gentle-hearted soul who would help anybody in any way that she could. I met her in middle school and asked her out in high school she was my high school sweetheart and we have been together ever since. We have a 10-year-old autistic son together who was her pride and joy & her whole entire world. She was the love of my life and my absolute best friend. Pulmonary hypertension robbed her from us when she was only 34 years old and broke our family's hearts. Her last wish was not to be cremated because she was afraid of fire and I am trying everything in my power to honor her wish but I am desperately trying to find a way to pay for it but I'm struggling so bad and I hope that you can find it in your hearts to help us to let her rest in peace as she deserves. And if you can't help can you please share it on your social medias? Thank you so much for your time and patience we greatly appreciate all your help www.gofundme.com/we-need-help-paying-for-my-wife039s-funeral

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