The City is under a State of Emergency and curfew, effective immediately. View the proclamation here.

The entire City is now under a curfew that shall apply to the hours of 11:30 p.m. to 6 a.m. No person shall be afoot in public, including streets and sidewalks, parks, places open to the public, or public areas of any nature during curfew hours. The intent of this curfew is to clear the public areas of non-essential foot travel.

View the New Hanover County Health Department Coronavirus (COVID-19) Website

View City-Related Information and Closures Regarding COVID-19

1898 Park
Anne McCrary Park
Archie Blue Park
Beaumont Park
Bicentennial Park
Bijou Park
Bulluck Park
Cameron Park
Church & Nun Park
Claude Howell Park
Dram Tree Park
Empie Park
Greenfield Park
Halyburton Park
Hanover Heights Park
Innis Park
James E.L. Wade Park
Kennedy Park
Maides Park
MarStella Park
Mary Bridgers Park
Mothers Park
North Waterfront Park
Northside Park
Nunalee Park
Olsen Park
Optimist Park
Piney Ridge Nature Preserve & Stanley Rehder Carnivorous Garden
Portia Hines Park
Riverfront Park
Robert Strange Park
Seagate Park / Eddy & Mary Haneman Park
Southgate Park
Sunset & Adams Park
Thomas B. Lilly Park
Thomas & Willie Jarvey Freedom Walk
Tower Park
Triangle Park
Trolley Stop Park
Wallace Park