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Mill Creek NC Local Area Data And Demographics
This local area town is located near the Newport River and Harlowe Creek between Newport NC and Highway 101 leading to Craven County. The area is mostly residential homes and neighborhoods with a few businesses nearby.
The town is unincorporated so there is no stand-alone government, meaning all laws, policies, and governance is handled by the Carteret County Commissioners. Law enforcement is handled by the local sheriff’s department and highway patrol, with EMS, fire, and rescue services being handled by volunteer agencies. The N.C. Forestry Service handles all calls for forest fires which are common in this community.
This community has a zip code of 28570 and located within the 252 area code.
Major landmarks in Mill Creek NC include Harlowe Creek and the Newport River, Highway 101, and the Craven County line.
As stated earlier, this community is located in a very rural part of Carteret County, but is heavily traveled by people living along 101 heading to Newport which acts as a bypass around Beaufort and Morehead City. The major roads in this community include Mill Creek Road (Route 1154), Old Winberry Rd, Shore Rd, Mayflower Drive, Alligator Tram Rd, and Longleaf St.
The community and residents living here have deep traditional roots to commercial fishing and the harvesting of oysters, clams, and shrimp.
Resident And Visitor Discussions
What is the average price of homes and other real estate in this Carteret County community? What is the median price to own other real estate properties like land? How do you see the prices of homes and real estate in this community changing as Cherry Point expands, the Havelock bypass is completed, and Interstate 42 is completed?
What government related issues are most pressing for this community and what do Carteret County Commissioners need to focus on in this town?
Tell us more about the heritage and culture of commercial fishing in Mill Creek NC?
What impacts does the Newport River and Harlowe Creek have on this community?
Why is this area a consistent hotspot for forest fires?
What are some recommended cautions when traveling roads in the unincorporated community?
Where are the closest gas stations and convenience stores for people traveling through this area?
What other questions and information do you have about Mill Creek NC which we did not touch on in this article?