The Town of Sunset Beach,
The most beautiful 3 miles of coastline in North Carolina.
Established at the southernmost tip of the state, Sunset Beach is the smallest and quietest of three barrier islands, which together, make up the modestly famed South Brunswick Islands.
An uncommon coastal scene, this small-sequestered island is crowned with a naturally wide, gently sloping, white sandy beach and a shroud of undisturbed sand dunes. This unadulterated setting is a natural habitat and nesting ground for the abundant coastal wildlife, including the endangered Loggerhead Sea Turtle.
The Township of Sunset Beach is actually comprised of much more than the island alone. Several square miles of mainland offer a variety of necessities, amusements, and educational activities. Residents and visitors frequent the many in-town shopping centers, golf courses and dining spots and find comfort in the security of first-rate local medical facilities. Cultural, spiritual, and educational activities are all within immediate reach; including a modern planetarium and miles of paved trail way.
As a local force of government, the Town of Sunset Beach is dedicated to preserving the small-town character of our community. Our fundamental goal is to preserve the tranquility of our coastal environment--which has become the basis for visiting and living in Sunset Beach--while improving the overall quality of life through controlled and orderly growth.
Be sure to vist their website for latest meeting schedule, special announcements, or evacuation notices during hurricane season. Their address is: