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The Town of Duck, North Carolina, is a thriving coastal community. We respect and value our delicate yet dynamic barrier island environment – clean waters and beaches, maritime forests, wetlands, and dunescapes. With an eclectic mix of independent businesses and the Duck Town Park and Boardwalk, Duck Village is a source of pride and the heart of Duck. Whether you are a resident, a first-time visitor, or someone who feels that Duck is your home away from home, we welcome you to explore the Town of Duck.

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The Variety Show event series kicks off on Tuesday, June 28 with Ivan Pecel: Making Juggling Tolerable at 10:00 a.m. in the Duck Amphitheater. Have you picked up your FREE ticket from Urban Cottage (1169 Duck Rd)? Hurry in and don't forget to fill out your name and phone number for the chance to win some fun prizes from Urban Cottage and the Town of Duck. Winners will be selected at the show on Tuesday. ... See MoreSee Less
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FYI: A pontoon for a dredge line has washed on shore in northern Duck. It migrated up from the nourishment project in Avon and we are waiting for the property owners to retrieve it. To ensure everyone's safety, please do not climb or play on this piece of equipment. ... See MoreSee Less
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FYI: A pontoon for a dredge line has washed on shore in northern Duck. It migrated up from the nourishment project in Avon and we are waiting for the property owners to retrieve it. To ensure everyone's safety, please do not climb or play on this piece of equipment.

Concert on the Green tonight, June 23 at 6:30 p.m.! Join us on the Town Green to welcome Charlottesville based band Will Overman. The weather has cooled and it's going to be a great night. Grab some food, your chairs, blankets, and families to enjoy some FREE live music.

Whether you live on the OBX year-round or own a 2nd home here, protecting your property is essential.
Even homes in areas that generally don't flood can be damaged by flooding from rain, high groundwater levels or low island topography.
Visit http://DareNC.com/Flood for info.

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