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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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13 hours ago

Town of Duck
As of 3:00 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 29, there is no change to Duck's residential trash collection planned for Friday, Sept. 30.We will use social media, our website, and OBXAlerts to send out changes.Sign up for Duck trash and recycling updates at www.OBXAlerts.com. ... See MoreSee Less
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16 hours ago

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⚠️Tropical Storm Warning and Storm Surge Watch Now in Effect for Dare County ⚠️The National Hurricane Center has issued a Tropical Storm Warning and a Storm Surge Watch for Dare County due to expected impacts from Tropical Storm Ian.A Tropical Storm Warning indicates that tropical storm conditions—including winds over 39 mph—are possible within 36 hours. A Storm Surge Watch indicates that life-threatening inundation is possible somewhere within the specified area, generally within 48 hours.The US National Weather Service Newport/Morehead City NC local statement for Tropical Storm Ian says to expect 25-35 mph winds with gusts up to 50 mph; the potential for storm surge 2-4 feet above ground somewhere within surge-prone areas; and 4-8 inches of rain, with locally higher amounts. These conditions are expected to persist into the weekend. Ocean overwash is possible, particularly along vulnerable stretches of N.C. Highway 12. Those residing within oceanfront properties should also take action to protect their property from flooding.Strong winds and rough surf will result in an increased risk of strong rip currents. Even the most experienced swimmers are advised to stay out of the ocean due to the dangerous surf conditions that will be created in all areas of Dare County throughout the weekend.For additional information, sign up for OBXAlerts at www.OBXAlerts.com and visit www.darenc.com/departments/emergency-management. ... See MoreSee Less
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As of 3:00 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 29, there is no change to Duck's residential trash collection planned for Friday, Sept. 30.
We will use social media, our website, and OBXAlerts to send out changes.
Sign up for Duck trash and recycling updates at http://www.OBXAlerts.com.

RT from @DareCountyEM :
OBXAlerts: Tropical Storm Warning and Storm Surge Watch Now in Effect for Dare County. Learn more at http://DareNC.com/News.

Thursday, September 29. Attention beachgoers! Red NO SWIMMING flags are flying today in Duck. The flags indicate that conditions are unsafe for swimming. Please do not enter the water as you put yourself and lifeguards in danger.

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