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 […]
Hurricane Florence Update September 12, 2018 4:30 p.m. From the Dare County Joint Information Center With the changing forecast, tropical storm force winds are now expected Thursday morning. As a result, there will be no restrictions on access into Dare County until 8:30 a.m. on Thursday September 13. There are no planned bridge closures, but […]
Hurricane Florence Update September 12, 2018 10:30 a.m. Hurricane and storm surge warnings remain for all of Dare County. Mandatory evacuation orders are still in effect. Please find the full update from Dare County Emergency Management HERE. If you have not already done so, sign up for Regroup Mass Notification on the Town website to receive […]
Dare County is now under a Coastal Flood, High Surf and Wind advisories. Winds from the north will pick up at 25-35 mph with gusts to 50 mph. Seas are forecast to reach 8 ft with some minor sound side flooding and ocean over wash possible. Winter weather is NOT expected on the Outer Banks […]
The latest from the National Weather Service shows that winds will increase through Monday and peak that evening. Coastal flooding should coincide with the wind and peak Monday evening. Wind direction will be from the northeast to north through Monday evening changing into northwest by Tuesday morning. This storm is still predicted to move quickly […]
Confidence has increased on the track of a coastal storm that looks to affect the area on Monday, March 12 into Tuesday. It looks like periods of heavy rain, wind, and minor coastal flooding will accompany the storm. This storm should move through quickly. We will post updates as they come out.
High winds and coastal flooding are expected to remain through the weekend and there is a chance that flooding may increase. The most recent forecast from the National Weather Service indicates ocean and sound waters could reach as high as 4 feet above ground level, a foot higher than previously anticipated. Dare County Emergency Management […]
Dare County Emergency Management is advising residents and visitors to prepare for the approaching coastal storm that will bring strong winds and flooding to the area. According to Emergency Management Director Drew Pearson, “Over the next few days, this storm has the potential to damage property and flood neighborhoods and roads, especially those on Hatteras […]