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Coronavirus Restrictions

November 12 Covid 19 Update

As of Friday, 11/13/20, “North Carolina’s indoor mass gathering limit will be lowered to 10 people in an effort to drive down North Carolina’s key COVID-19 metrics. Executive Order 176 will go in-to effect on Friday, November 13 and will be in place through Fri-day, December 4.”

This will affect all social activities and events scheduled at our clubhouse.

Please stay safe and practice social distancing. Clubhouse limits are 10 total per site not per room with a 6 ft distance between people of different households. Please keep this in mind when scheduling activities.

NC Governor Roy Cooper will revisit this on December 4, 2020.

Stay tuned for details regarding the November 19th board meeting. The BOD is exploring different options.

If you have any specific questions or concerns you would like the board to address at our November 19th meeting, please drop in the suggestion box located in the library or email

Thank you,

Your Oyster Harbour Board of Directors 11/12/20

July 4 – Pool open subject to restrictions

Card access will be granted after sending your COVID-19 Waiver for Oyster Harbour Amenity Use to Waccamaw Management.

Here’s how to send the Waiver: Procedures for Obtaining Access

May 7 – Latest Executive Order from Gov. Cooper

Please click on the link to read the latest Executive Order oruse link at right to see the entire list of Executive orders. We are calling attention to Executive Order 138, Section 5, Paragraph B 2 which specifically states that indoor/outdoor pools remain closed..

March 27 – Note from our Board of Directors

Until further notice all swipe cards and key fobs have had the clubhouse and pool access turned off. These amenities are off limits until the coronavirus danger has passed. As soon as the County notifies residents that the coronavirus danger has passed, access to these amenities will be turned on again.

Thank You for your cooperation.

Your Board of Directors

Coronavirus (COVID-19) UPDATE for the Oyster Harbour Community

The Board of Directors of Oyster Harbour Homeowner’s Association wants to make you aware that it has given much thought to activities, events, gatherings and facilities that may be affected by our concerns regarding the Coronavirus. While we do not want to be alarmists, we want you to know that we have responsibility for the use of our common facilities and for sponsoring gatherings to be a potential risk. The Board feels it is our obligation to take appropriate actions on issues that are within its responsibility. The CDC has issued a notice recommending that citizens avoid large gatherings. In line with this recommendation the Board has made the decision to take the following action:

To close the clubhouse to gatherings of any type for a minimum of four weeks, at which time the Board will re-evaluate. The following are postponed or cancelled:

  • The March 19, 2020 BOD meeting is cancelled.
  • The March 19, 2020 open BOD meeting is cancelled.
  • The library is closed until further notice.
  • The gym is closed until further notice.
  • Bunco is postponed until further notice.
  • Trivia Night for April 3, 2020 is postponed until future notice.
  • Monday Sewing Group is postponed until further notice.
  • Friday cards is postponed until further notice.
  • Easter Brunch and Egg Hunt is cancelled.
  • April Community Open House is postponed. No date has been set.
  • Pickle/tennis courts are for community members ONLY.
  • Bocce ball is for community members ONLY.
We urge all residents and visitors to exercise discretion in how you gather in groups and use the association’s facilities. Use common sense and be respectful to others by maintaining good social distance. The County Administrator will be distributing information to all members of the ABC POA and this information will be passed on to our members.

Storm Related Links

Brunswick County residents in unincorporated areas should have vegetative Isaias debris ready for pick up no later than this Sunday, Aug. 30.

Click on the Brunswick County Hurricane info link to the right for the entire media release.