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ABOUT THE TOWN OF DUCK

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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Living Shoreline and Resiliency Project Update | upcoming lane closures

Fred Smith Company will return to the Living Shoreline and Resiliency Project site on Thursday,…

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PUBLIC NOTICE: Town Council To Conduct Public Hearings At Meeting On June 5, 2024

On Wednesday, June 5, 2024 at 1:00 p.m., the Town Council of the Town of…

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Living Shoreline and Resiliency Project Update | May 14

Fred Smith Company will return to Duck this week to complete their punch list items.…

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Weekly Blotter | May 6 – May 12

Town of Duck Police Department 1259 Duck Road • Post Office Box 8369Duck, North Carolina…

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Beach Equipment/ Tent Setup Reminders

This past fall and winter, and following a stakeholder survey and meetings, the Town Council…

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Lost dog, please help! Please keep your eyes out for Langley- a one year old border collie who ran away from Georgetown Sands Road around 5 pm this evening. He was last seen heading north from Osprey Ridge Road and has a yellowish collar on. He’s very skiddish and could be hiding. If you see him or find him, please call the Duck Police Department at 252-261-1112. ... See MoreSee Less
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You have probably heard the words "research pier" or "field research facility", but you might not know what that is or even where it is. Wonder no more! Watch along as our FLOCK Academy students participated in a tour of the US Army Corp of Engineers Field Research Facility (USACE FRF) to learn more about the research performed at the Facility as well as seeing some of the instruments and tools used to study the beach. Thank you to Branch Chief Erin Diurba for the opportunity and for taking the time to teach us about the important work done by the USACE FRF. CURRENTtv Baldwin Video Productions ... See MoreSee Less
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Registration is now open for the Town of Duck 4th of July Parade and Community Celebration. Although free, registration is required for all parade entries.

Information, including registration, can be found at https://rb.gy/tkktgj

Heading to the beach this summer? Make sure you know about the changes to the beach tent regulations! https://www.townofduck.com/recreation-special-events/our-beach/

Join us for the ribbon-cutting ceremony of the NC-12 Living Shoreline & Resiliency Project taking place on Wednesday, May 22 at 2 p.m. This groundbreaking initiative protects our coast, restores wildlife habitats, AND creates safer walking & biking paths!

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