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Drowning Death September 30, 2019

At 4:22pm on Monday, September 30, 2019, emergency services were called to the Pelican Way beach access in the Sanderling area of the Town of Duck for a swimmer that was no longer visible from the beach. An ocean rescue supervisor who was off duty but in the area saw what he thought to be […]

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Storm Debris Cleanup Continues

SDR, the Town debris cleanup contractor, will be collecting vegetative debris along Duck Road beginning at 7 am, Wednesday, October 2.  They will switch to side streets if they are not complete by 10-10:30 am to minimize mid-day traffic congestion.  Some delays may be expected due to one lane travel in certain areas.  Debris collection […]

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Southern Shores Library Committee Survey

From the Town of Southern Shores: The Town of Southern Shores has convened a Library Committee, with representation from Duck and Kitty Hawk, to examine the feasibility of opening a modestly sized library branch in Southern Shores along the 158 Corridor in order to increase the availability of library services. We are seeking input from […]

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Storm Debris Collection Delayed Until Saturday, September 28

The Town’s debris contractor, Southern Disaster Recovery (SDR), was expected to begin post hurricane debris collection on Wednesday, September 25th. .  The Town has just been informed by SDR that their trucks will arrive on Saturday, September 28th.    We will remain optimistic that they will complete collection over the weekend, and post an update if […]

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Town Council to Meet on Wednesday, October 2, 2019 at 7:00 p.m.

The Duck Town Council will hold its regular meeting on Wednesday, October 2, 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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Storm Debris Collection to Begin the Week of September 23

Storm debris collection will begin the week of September 23..  This pick-up is limited to debris related specifically to Hurricane Dorian.   Yard and household debris generated by convenience clearing is not eligible for pick-up.  All storm generated debris must be placed street side on the right-of-way.  Please be sure there is clearance above the debris […]

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Hurricane Dorian Storm Debris

9/8/2019 The Town of Duck will be contracting storm debris removal.  This pick-up is limited to debris related specifically to Hurricane Dorian.  Expected pickup dates will be posted soon.  Yard and household debris generated by convenience clearing is not eligible for pick-up.  All storm generated debris must be placed street side on the right-of-way.  Please […]

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9/8/2019 Hurricane Dorian Bulletin #12

https://www.darenc.com/Home/Components/News/News/5608/17 Bulletin #12 6:00  a.m. For areas south of Oregon Inlet (Hatteras Island), Priority Three reentry becomes effective on Sunday, September 8 at 12 noon. Priority Three includes non-resident property owners and employees of non-critical businesses. Non-resident property owners must have a valid reentry permit and matching current government-issued ID OR a current tax bill or parcel […]

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9/7/2019 Hurricane Dorian Bulletin #11

Control Group Announces Updated Reentry Guidelines For areas north of Oregon Inlet, Priority Three reentry becomes effective immediately. For areas south of Oregon Inlet (Hatteras Island), Priority Two reentry begins immediately. Post Date: 09/07/2019  Bulletin #11 7:45 p.m. The Dare County Control Group met Saturday evening for an update on recovery efforts including restoration of […]

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9/7/2019 Hurricane Dorian Bulletin #10

Priority Two Reentry for Areas North of Oregon Inlet (Permanent Residents and Critical Businesses) Begins Saturday at 12 noon; Access to Hatteras Island Remains Closed The Dare County Control Group will continue to meet to assess conditions and implement reentry for additional priorities as conditions improve and power is restored. Post Date: 09/07/2019 Bulletin #10 […]

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