Many areas in Duck provide a natural habitat for our animal population which includes red foxes, white tailed deer, possums, nutria, turtles, snakes, muskrats, and river otters. The Town has also been designated as a bird sanctuary. Although our wildlife may be interesting and photogenic, remember that these are wild animals and should not interact […]
The Duck Town Council held a retreat on Thursday, September 13, 2012 and Friday, September 14, 2012 to develop a vision for the Town of Duck for the next ten years. As this vision is finalized, additional information will be provided to the public. Part of the process included the solicitation of input from the […]
A Google Map listing Duck’s restaurants and eateries, along with locations and websites, is now online. The map also features key shopping centers and stand alone businesses. Special thanks to the Outer Banks Visitors Bureau for helping to create it for our use.
The 6th Annual Duck Jazz Festival poster is now available! The poster can be purchased at the Town of Duck Office, 1200 Duck Road, Duck, North Carolina, or can be shipped straight to you (with a shipping and handling fee). The 2012 Duck Jazz Festival Poster is $5 and can be shipped for an additional […]
On Wednesday, August 15, 2012, the Duck Town Council was presented with Phase I Beach Erosion Study Results by the firm that it has retained to work on the effort, Coastal Planning and Engineering (CP&E). CP&E will work on Phase II of its study which will be to present various alternatives to Council regarding beach […]
Contributions for the Duck Jazz Festival Educational Workshops are now being accepted. Duane Smith and Nakia Madry-Smith of The Fuzz Band will share tips and play music with First Flight and Manteo High School Jazz Band members on Friday, October 5, 2012. Students will have a unique opportunity to take part in a question and […]
The 6th Annual Duck Jazz Festival is on Sunday, October 7, 2012 at the Duck Town Park, 1200 Duck Road. Volunteers are needed for assistance in pre-event administrative activities, pre-event coordination and set up, day of activities, and post event wrap up. Volunteers will work an approximate two-hour shift with and the first shift beginning at […]
The Town of Duck, North Carolina is now ten years old. In its first ten years, the Town has achieved many things, including the establishment of its government, creating the Duck Town Park and the Duck Soundside Boardwalk, designing and building Town Hall, and other less visible accomplishments, such as progressive and proactive planning and […]
Please remember that Fishing Licenses are required to fish from the Duck Town Park’s Fishing/Crabbing Platform. They can be obtained by clicking here. Fishing is regulated by the North Carolina Department of Natural Resources Division of Marine Fisheries and not by the Town. For additional information, visit the NCDMF site.