Hurricane Dorian Update 2
September 3, 2019
Hello Landfall Residents,
As you may already be aware, a hurricane watch has been issued for our area. If you have not already begun preparations, we encourage you to start preparing now.
Although the storm has been weakening, the wind field is growing in size. Please do not let your guard down as we are currently not out of harm’s way. Please consider filling out a hurricane evacuation form, once you have finalized your plans, so that we will be aware of your intentions to stay or evacuate Landfall. You may complete this form online by clicking here.
A general hurricane informational packet may be found by clicking here or you may stop by any of the three guardhouses as well as the COA office to pick one up. This package also includes a hard copy of the evacuation form.
As of 1:30 pm this afternoon, Waste Industries is reporting a possible delay of some service points as Hurricane Dorian moves closer to the Wilmington area. You may visit their site at https://wasteindustries.com/ to view any updates they provide as the hurricane approaches our area.
Our COA Maintenance staff is continuing to prepare for the storm. As such, for our LAS and LOS customers, any regularly scheduled maintenance will be rescheduled for a later date.
In the event that a community wide clean up becomes necessary and you hire a contractor to clean up your property, please note that contractors are required to bring your vegetative debris to the staging area at 1749 Drysdale Drive at the COA and NOT LEFT CURBSIDE or placed onto vacant lots. Please ensure that your contractors are aware of this policy and that they have the means to haul your vegetative debris to the staging area. In the event a contractor does NOT bring the debris to the COA facility and the debris is left curbside, the COA will be invoicing the property owner for this removal. Please view the Landfall COA Hurricane Procedures for additional information for you and your contractors by clicking this link. https://www.landfall.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/08/Landfall-Hurricane-Procedure.pdf
You may wish to visit https://www.weather.gov/ilm/tropical from the National Weather Service for the latest updates and maps on Hurricane Dorian and other important information. Thank you.