KURE BEACH, N.C. (WECT) – During Wednesday afternoon’s town council meeting, leaders voted to lift beach restrictions for Kure Beach.
On Friday, May 8 at 5 p.m., all beach activities will be allowed in accordance with the Governor’s guidelines on social distancing and no groups larger than 10 people.
Public restrooms will remain closed.
Leaders also voted to change parking regulations.
The following parking restrictions will take place:
- Parking on Atlantic Avenue will only be open for handicapped spaces.
- K Avenue will remain for those with town-issued decals.
- Parking near restaurants will only be allowed for curbside service.
- Marked spaces on Ft. Fisher Blvd will become open parking.
Based on the Governor’s current timeline, short term rentals and hotels are expected to be open Friday, May 22.
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