The mission of the Town of Calabash Town Services Department is to provide exceptional public services in a fiscally responsible manner to meet and exceed the needs of our residents, visitors, and business community, while maintaining the quality of life and character that is Calabash.

Dills[7568] Andrew Dills, Town Services Supervisor


Davis[7531] Justin Davis

Ed Mahoney
Robert Hollifield
James Wells

Booker Bellamy

The Town Services Department assumes responsibility for the following tasks:

  • Maintaining and repairing all Town owned paved and non-paved roadways including grading, scraping, asphalt, and pothole repairs.
  • Maintaining all Town owned medians and right-of-ways.
  • Maintaining, installing and repairing all Town owned signage including speed limits, detours, road closures, and hazards on all Town owned roadways.
  • Evaluating existing street lights for maintenance, repair or service, and determining the need for placement of additional lighting.
  • Collection and disposal of debris and garbage from all Town owned roadway right-of-ways.
  • Cleaning, repairing, and maintaining all the storm water drains and Town owned catch basins.
  • Conducts curb-side yard debris pick-up beginning the first Monday of each month for that week. Use the brown paper yard waste bags . . . plastic bags will not be accepted.
  • Installation and removal of Town decorations during specified holidays.
  • Maintaining and repairing all Town owned buildings.
  • Maintaining and repairing all Town owned equipment.
  • Responsible for notification to all vacant lot owners of the semi-annual vacant lot maintenance program and to perform maintenance, billed to the property owner if not maintained.
  • Responsible for the removal of deceased animals on Town owned roadways, or within the roadway right-of-ways.
  • Animal Control
Calabash Town Services Facility
619 Persimmon Road
Calabash, NC  28467

Andrew Dills, Town Services Supervisor


Open Monday through Friday
7 am to 4 pm for Yard Debris & Recyclables

Professional photographs courtesy of Calabash Photography