The public can swing by Pine Knoll Shores town hall between 4 and 6 p.m. March 24 to chat with staff and officials about proposed options to improve the town’s resilience to coastal hazards.
The town hall is at 100 Municipal Circle.
Folks can learn about potential resilience projects, ask questions and provide feedback on current risks and the needs to be addressed.
The meeting is being held as part of the state’s Resilient Coastal Communities Program, which is managed by the state Division of Coastal Management. The town received a grant to develop a list of projects that would address critical infrastructure needs, with a focus on increasing resilience to coastal risks.
The Resilient Coastal Communities Program is broken down into four phases: community engagement and risk assessment, planning, design and then implementation.
Public input is a key part of the process to determine what facility improvements are most important to the community, town officials said.
Those not able to attend the meeting can participate in an online survey, which can be accessed online. Comments should be submitted by April 7.