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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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Town Council Meeting Recap | April 3

Below is a recap from the April 3, 2024 Town Council Meeting:

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Weekly Blotter | April 1 – April 7

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

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Outer Banks Regional Hazard Mitigation Plan Update

Currituck and Dare Counties and incorporated communities are updating the Outer Banks Regional Hazard Mitigation…

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APRIL 10, 2024 PLANNING BOARD MEETING CANCELED

Notice is hereby provided that the Planning Board for the Town of Duck WILL NOT…

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Weekly Blotter | March 25 – March 31

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

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As the Regional Director for Region 10 of the North Carolina Association of Chiefs of Police , Town of Duck Police Chief Jeff Ackerman partnered with Regional Director for Region 9, Chief Orlando Rosario of the Town of Stantonsburg Police Department, to co-host a crucial meeting for law enforcement leaders across northeastern North Carolina.This event, held on April 2nd at the College of the Albemarle's Dare Campus in Manteo, brought together chiefs and their command staff to discuss important topics. They heard from representatives of state agencies that directly support the work of law enforcement, gaining valuable insights.The meeting wasn't just about information sharing. State Senator Bobby Hanig and Representatives Keith Kidwell and Ed Goodwin also participated in a legislative panel discussion. This provided a platform for the chiefs to share the challenges they face and advocate for pending legislation that could benefit law enforcement.Thank you to Chief Ackerman, Chief Rosario, and the North Carolina Association of Chiefs of Police for their dedication and commitment to law enforcement and the law enforcement comNorth Carolina State Bureau of InvestigationesNorth Carolina State Highway PatrolwaKitty Hawk Police DepartmentDEdenton Police DepartmentDepartment ... See MoreSee Less
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What is summer in the magical Town of Duck without the OBXTreme Magic Shows? Presented by Kellogg Supply Company and The Cottage Shop, world-renowned illusionist Clive Allen Magic & Illusions and Heather Lynn return to the Duck Amphitheater for the 2024 season! We have 14 shows happening over 8 weeks this summer.9:30 & 11:00 a.m. - June 12 - July 24 - June 19 - August 7 - July 11 - August 149:30 a.m. - August 21 - August 28Prepare to be amazed! ... See MoreSee Less
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The 2024 spring bulk waste collection is scheduled for Friday, April 5. Please aim to have your items curbside by Wednesday, April 3 and consider taking advantage of the digital self- report form to help streamline collection efforts. Visit for more info.

Town of Duck Administrative Offices will be closed on Friday, March 29 in observance of Good Friday.

Administrative Offices will reopen on Monday, April 1 at 9 a.m.

Have a wonderful weekend! 🌷

FYI: Change to commercial solid waste collection:

Waste Management will be collecting commercial solid waste and residential dumpsters on Thursday, March 21, instead of Friday, March 22.

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