City of Leland to host hurricane exhibit at Cultural Arts Center

The City of Leland will host its second annual Hurricane Expo on Saturday, June 11 (Photo: City of Leland)

LELAND, NC (WWAY) – The City of Leland will host its second annual Hurricane Expo on Saturday, June 11 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Leland Cultural Arts Center, located at 1212 Magnolia Village Way.

This year’s expo will include workshops on the outlook for hurricane season, a Q&A panel with city staff and public safety officials, and presentations on flooding and insurance.

The goal is to ensure residents are prepared if a hurricane impacts our area this season by providing a one-stop-shop for resources and to answer all of their hurricane and storm-related questions.

Questions for the panel comprised of City employees and public safety officers must be submitted using this form by June 5..

Emergency management partners from across the region will be there to help your family prepare.

City of Leland personnel from Fire and Rescue, Police, Utilities, and Planning and Inspections will participate in Expo Hurricane.

Other participating agencies include Brunswick County Emergency Services, Brunswick County Sheriff’s Office, American Red Cross, North Carolina Cooperative Extension Agency, Carolina Department of Insurance North, Wilmington Area Department of Reconstruction, WWAY TV3 and H2GO.

Learn more about Expo Hurricane 2022 on the City’s website.

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