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Posted on: July 7, 2022

Beach Driving October 1 - April 30

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Beach driving permits for the October 1, 2022 through April 30, 2023 season are on sale now.

The seasonal beach driving permit fee has increased from $25 for everyone to $50 for Nags Head residents and property owners and $100 for all others.&...

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Posted on: January 13, 2023

Estuarine Shoreline Management Plan DRAFT

Estuarine Shoreline Management Plan

The Estuarine Shoreline Management Plan is now available in DRAFT form. The plan is a culmination of over a year's work and significant public input including a public workshop, 5 advisory committee meetings, and an online public survey.  If you ...

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Additional Info... Planning and Development

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Posted on: October 3, 2022

Curbside Bulk Item/Brush Collection Available October 3 - April 30

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Nags Head’s curbside collection of bulk and brush is available from October 3, 2022 through April 30, 2023.   There is NO on-demand collection or a waiting list (you will not need to call in). You can put your separated piles out anytime...

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Additional Info... Sanitation

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Posted on: January 20, 2023

South Croatan Highway Paving Taking Place Winter/Spring 2023

South Croatan Highway Paving Winter/Spring 2023

The North Carolina Department of Transportation is conducting a paving project on South Croatan Highway in Nags Head during winter and spring 2023. Please keep this in mind when traveling the road and be sure to slow down to ensure everyone's safety.&...

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Posted on: October 27, 2022

Water System Flushing Taking Place

Water System Flushing Taking Place

The Town of Nags Head is conducting the annual maintenance flushing of its water system to remove sediment and other deposits that can build up over time.

If not removed, these materials may cause water quality deterioration, taste and odor problems, or discoloration of the water. Water may also stagnate in lesser used parts of the distribution system. This can result in degraded water quality. 

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Water System Flushing Schedule