Sea Turtles Nesting on Beaches: Information You Should Know

Every year between May 15th and September 15th mother sea turtles crawl up on the beaches of Duck and the Outer Banks to lay their eggs. Duck resident and N.E.S.T. volunteer, Jackie Orsulak, has worked with sea turtles for 16 years. She indicated that there are four species of sea turtles who lay their eggs […]

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Duck Beach Management Project Updates Presented During Council Retreat Available

During the 2015 Duck Town Council Retreat, Ken Willson of Coastal Planning & Engineering of North Carolina and Christopher Layton, Duck Town Manager, provided updates on the Beach Management Project.  Presentation slides and videos of the presentation and discussion are available online by clicking on the links below.  Wednesday, March 4, 2015 at 7:00 p.m., Duck Town Council […]

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Comprehensive Pedestrian Plan Surveyors to Collect Data Along Duck Road

The Town of Duck is proceeding with engineering design of the pedestrian improvements included in our recently adopted Comprehensive Pedestrian Plan. A copy of the plan can be found on the Comprehensive Pedestrian Plan webpage. Over the next several months you can expect to see personnel from TSC Surveying, GET Solutions, and Accumark working along Duck Road and into […]

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A Message from Dominion Regarding Potential Scams

Dominion shared this reminder today and Duck Police asks you to review this notice, and to be aware of this and other potential scams, especially over the holiday season. Please be aware of scammers posing as Dominion employees. Scammers have approached some customers demanding immediate payment or their power will be disconnected. Dominion does not […]

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Road Work On Duck Trail Between Snow Geese Drives

Please be aware of potential hazards on the trail located along Duck Road/NC 12 between the intersections of South and North Snow Geese Drives.  Stormwater improvements are being implemented across the Duck trail between these two intersections and at the entrance of South Snow Geese by Barnhill Contracting Company.  Access to Snow Geese South will […]

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Red Flags in Duck Sunday October 5

Please note – red NO SWIMMING flags are flying today, Sunday, October 5, in Duck. This is a warning system used on our beaches which indicates that the currents are strong and the water is unsafe for swimming. DO NOT GO IN THE WATER — YOU PUT YOURSELF AND LIFEGUARDS AT RISK! Local safety officials […]

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