Important Information Regarding Your Trash Collection Service

As of July 1, 2017, Columbus County began contracting with Waste Industries for residential trash pickup.  However, Waste Management, the previous contractor, still has some trash cans that need to be picked up and they are in the process of picking up their cans at this time.  

  • If you still have Waste Management trash cans, please place these cans out by the road so that they can be picked up by this weekend.  
  • If your old Waste Management trash can has not been picked up and you have not notified the county, please contact the Public Utilities Department at 641-3953 and give them your address. 
  • If you have not received a new trash can from Waste Industries, please contact the Columbus County Tax Office at 640-6636, ext 125. 

Welcome to Columbus County


The community, elected officials and county staff strive to work together on behalf of all of our citizens and visitors. At 954 sq. miles, Columbus County is the third largest county in North Carolina and is home to 58,068 residents. Columbus County is famous for its small towns and friendly atmosphere. 

Columbus County Plan To Disengage from Eastpointe

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Catholic Charities
 Hurricane Matthew Assistance Information
Fair Bluff Librar
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They county has been notified that individuals needing assistance from the effects of Hurricane Matthew can contact the Catholic Charities. Catholic Charities provides case management services and emergency assistance (which includes: diapers, food, hygiene items, cleanup buckets, utility assistance, rental assistance, etc.). Catholic Charities has case managers available on Fridays from 11:00 A.M. until -3:00 P.M. at the Fair Bluff Library.  Individuals can call 910-251-8130 and make an appointment or just walk in.  Individuals should bring their FEMA registration number and any other disaster relevant documentation/information they may have.  If individuals do not have a FEMA number, they can still come and do an intake.