• Hurricanes and Re-Entry

    In case of a natural disaster both residents and visitors to Atlantic Beach need to be prepared and stay informed.  Find general preparedness and disaster response information including links to Emergency Resources, Re-Entry Pass information and more.

  • Special Events/Weddings

    A special event application is required for any event by a public or private organization to promote an idea, cause, or program designed or selected for a particular purpose or occasion, for events with an expected attendance of 50 or more guests (including weddings and reunions), and for events requiring a tent/canopy permit, outdoor fireworks permit, or amplified sound permit. Completed application and all applicable fees shall be returned to Town Hall.

  • FAQ

    The Town of Atlantic Beach has developed a list of frequently asked questions to help keep your visit to our Town and Beaches safe and enjoyable.

  • Starting a New Business

    Thinking of starting a new business in Atlantic Beach? Please review the checklist prior to completing the business registration application.

  • Please Fix It

    Help us keep Atlantic Beach safe and beautiful!  Report any problems you may observe around town. Thank you for your help!

  • Town Boardroom Reservations

    The Town Boardroom shall be available for use by any nonprofit organization or civic association that is located in Atlantic Beach or whose majority membership is comprised of residents of Atlantic Beach.

    Boardroom Reservation Request

  • Ocean Breeze Weekly Newsletter

    “The Ocean Breeze” is a weekly newsletter created by Town Staff to help inform our citizens and visitors on the happenings in the Town.

  • Ocean Breeze- Year in Review
  • History

    Atlantic Beach is blessed with one of its residents. In June of 1934, the parents of James Newman Willis, III, brought newborn “Cap’n Jim” home from the hospital to Atlantic Beach. He’s lived here ever since. There is no one better qualified to write Atlantic Beach’s history. “Cap’n Jim” is trained and spent his work career as a researcher. Below, in installments, is “Cap’n Jim’s” work in progress. Part one is ready for reading.

  • Links

    The Atlantic Beach links page lists some interesting links for citizens and visitors alike.

125 W Fort Macon Rd
Atlantic Beach, NC 28512
Phone: 252 726-2121
Fax: 252 726-5115