Storm Information

Hurricane Debris Collection Update: November 10, 2016

Final hurricane debris reconnaissance was completed in Duck on Thursday, November 10th by Town staff and has been provided to the debris contractors.  If you had storm-related debris street side as of the 10th, it will be collected unless you are notified otherwise.   Please remember that this is a hurricane debris collection.  This is not […]

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Disaster Debris Removal Scheduled for Duck

The Town of Duck has contracted services for Disaster Debris removal.  This pick-up is limited to debris related specifically to Hurricane Matthew.  Contractors are expected to begin work in Duck on Monday, October 31.  Yard and household debris generated by convenience clearing is not eligible for pick-up.  All storm generated debris must be placed street […]

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Important Storm Related Information

Access to Hatteras Island As previously announced, visitors will be allowed access to the Villages of Rodanthe, Waves, Salvo, Avon and Buxton beginning 7 a.m. on Thursday, October 13, 2016. Restrictions remain in place for areas south of Buxton Back Road and NC 12 (NC SR 1232 at Cape Hatteras Secondary School), including the villages […]

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Sand Fencing

Town of Duck Assessment teams have reported that following Hurricane Matthew, the beaches throughout Duck appear to have withstood the storm fairly well, and even are accumulating sand. This would be a great time to add sand fencing. To find out how to proceed with installing sand fencing, please contact Sandy Cross, Permit Coordinator/CAMA LPO […]

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Storm Surge Presentation

Dare County Emergency Management recently hosted Jamie Rhome, Storm Surge Unit Leader with the National Hurricane Center. To learn more about storm surge and its impacts please take thirty minutes to view his presentation which was captured and shared by Dare County’s Government Channel.

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Dare Commissioners Accept Beach Nourishment Bid

At a special meeting held March 17, the Dare County Board of Commissioners accepted the bid from Great Lakes Dredge and Dock Company for the beach nourishment project that encompasses the Town of Duck, Town of Kitty Hawk, and Town of Kill Devil Hills. The award is contingent on approval from the Local Government Commission.The […]

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Beach Nourishment Bid Update & FAQs

The Town has been working on the beach nourishment project since the original “Erosion and Shoreline Management Feasibility Study” was completed in May 2013. Over $1 million has been spent to date in engineering, permitting and legal fees (costs related to obtaining easements) to bring the project to construction. These costs have not been funded […]

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