Town of Nags Head
For Your Information - Town Offices Closed Monday, January 20

Town Offices Closed Monday, January 20

Town offices will be closed for the Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday on Monday, January 20. Police and fire services will not be interrupted, however.  

Please see the image below for the trash/recycling collection schedule for the holiday. 

Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday 2020 Trash/Recycling Collection Schedule
Town of Nags Head Trash and Recycling Collection Routes 2020
Water Line Maintenance Flushing Schedule 2020

Annual Water Line Flushing
Taking Place 

The Town of Nags Head is conducting the annual maintenance flushing of its water system.

The Town of Nags Head is conducting the annual maintenance flushing of its water system.
Work typically takes place between 8:30 am and 4:00 pm.

When we are flushing the water lines in your area, you may observe any or all of the following conditions:
  • low water pressure
  • no water pressure
  • discolored water
In addition, you are advised to raise the lever on automatic ice makers and to check the water quality prior to washing clothes or running automatic dishwashers.
The schedule may change due to emergencies and other workload priorities.
If you have any questions, please call 252-441-1122.
  • Tuesday, January 21 through Friday, January 24, 2020 and Monday, January 27 through Friday, January 31, 2020
    • Gull Street south to Oregon Inlet Marina
Construction Update

Check Out the Latest Drainage Update

As part of Nags Head's Stormwater Master Plan, we are currently working on three drainage improvement projects:

  1. Project Area 11:  Nags Head Cove Subdivision Near Pompano Court
  2. Project Area 12: South Old Oregon Inlet Road, MP 19.5
  3. Project Area 13: South Old Oregon Inlet Road, MP 17
For more information in detail, read the latest update on these projects on our web site. 

Outer Banks Regional Hazard Mitigation Plan Draft

Public Comment Needed on Outer Banks Regional Hazard Mitigation Plan

We need your help! For the past 10 months, Dare and Currituck Counties, as well as Dare's municipalities, including Nags Head, have been preparing an update to the 2015 hazard mitigation plan.  This planning process is required to remain eligible for federal FEMA disaster funding and to help the Outer Banks region to become more disaster-resistant through implementation of sound mitigation projects.  This updated plan focuses primarily on natural hazards such as coastal storms, flooding, tornadoes, etc., but also includes some technological (human-caused) hazards.

The public is encouraged to review and comment on the draft 2020 Outer Banks Region Hazard Mitigation plan by going to and providing your comments and feedback by January 31, 2020.

If you have any comments or questions regarding Nags Head's section of the plan (see Annex G), please call our Planning and Development Department at 252-441-7016.

For Your Information - We're Making it Easier to Manager Water Bills

We're Making it Easier to Manage Your Water Bills

We're making it easier to manage water bill payments. The due dates and cut off dates will now be on the same day each month unless it falls on a holiday or Town Hall is closed. We've also added several more ways to pay your bill

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