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Position Announcement – Deputy Fire Chief

Position Announcement Deputy Chief Town of Duck, NC The Town of Duck is seeking a qualified and engaging individual to fill the position of Deputy Fire Chief. The Town of Duck is a thriving tourist destination with a year-round population of 400 and a seasonal population exceeding 25,000. The Deputy Fire Chief will provide overall […]

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Commercial Recycling Collection Schedule Change

Beginning the week of August 5, 2019, commercial recycling will be collected Tuesdays and Saturdays. Commercial trash collection will remain on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. The full commercial waste and recycling collection schedule can be found here. Please contact the Town of Duck office with questions or concerns at 252-255-1234.

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Town Council to Meet on Wednesday, August 7, 2019 at 7:00 p.m.

The Duck Town Council will hold its regular meeting on Wednesday, August 7, 2019 at 7:00 p.m. in the Paul F. Keller Meeting Hall at 1200 Duck Road.   The public is welcome and all interested parties are encouraged to attend.  For the agenda click here, or visit the Town Council page to view the agenda […]

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New Video Available Discussing Preliminary Flood Maps in Dare County

Dare County, in partnership with Current TV, has released a video of a recent Outer Banks Community Rating System (CRS) Users Group Meeting about the preliminary flood maps released by FEMA that are expected to be adopted in 2020. At the July 2019 meeting, local insurance and finance stakeholders were invited to discuss the preliminary […]

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Comprehensive and CAMA Land Use Plan Survey

The Town of Duck is in the process of updating its comprehensive plan and state-required Coastal Area Management Act (CAMA) land use plan. The comprehensive plan will outline the Town’s goals and priorities and serve as a guide for the issuance of CAMA and other development permits. Extensive public participation is a key component of […]

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Dare County Emergency Management Transitions to Online Reentry Permits

To improve reentry permit service delivery, Dare County Emergency Management has established an online reentry permit process. While no changes have been made to reentry priorities, all permits can now be obtained at DareNC.com/reentry. Permits from previous years will no longer be accepted. While moving the process online allows permits to be obtained at any […]

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Dare County Emergency Management Asks Citizens to Complete Survey About Flooding

Emergency Management is asking residents in towns and communities throughout Dare County to complete a survey about flooding. The survey takes less than 10 minutes to complete and will be used to explore ways to enhance citizen alerting and notification during weather events. The survey is available online at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/GB8RBJM through Friday, July 26. If […]

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Waste Management to continue collection Tuesday, July 9

Waste Management was unable to collect all residential waste today. They will return tomorrow morning, July 9, to collect cans from Oyster Catcher Ln north, Winauk Ct, Duck Blind Villas, and the west side of Duck Road. Please leave your cans at the curb for pickup tomorrow. We apologize for the delay.

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Hurricane Community Forum July 8, 2019

Join the National Weather Service for this free, open to all, public discussions about hurricane preparedness. You will have the chance to hear a presentation from a meteorologist from the National Weather Service on hurricanes and their impacts on Eastern North Carolina. Staff will go over why you should never just focus on just the […]

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