Scuppernong Water Study to host a Community Event on October 23 in Columbia to Understand Flooding Issues

Flooding problems? We’re listening.
The Albemarle Commission, Washington and Tyrrell Counties, and other local and regional partners invite members of the community to a kick-off event for the Scuppernong Water Study on October 23 from 5:30 – 7:30 p.m. at the Eastern 4-H Center in Columbia. Event organizers want to hear how flooding is impacting residents and the community.
Join us for free supper from Captain Bob’s and a gift card raffle, while supplies last! Families are encouraged to bring their kids, ages 4-13, for a fun night with activities and pizza. The Gator Line will provide free transportation to and from the meeting. To schedule a ride, call 252-926-1637 by noon on Sunday, October 22.

WHAT: Scuppernong Water Study Community Kick-off Event
WHEN: October 23, 5:30 – 7:30 p.m.
WHERE: Eastern 4-H Center, 100 N Clover Way, Columbia, NC 27925

Meeting Objectives – Participants will:
• Share experiences with where flooding happens, conditions that lead to flooding, things that make flooding worse, and other water-related concerns;
• Share what they value about the region and important places to protect; and
• Learn about the goals of the Scuppernong Water Study.

Learn more about the Scuppernong Water Study:

Click here to review the Scuppernong Water Management flyer
Contact: Stacey Feken (