Town of Nags Head

Bulletin 3 from Dare County Emergency Management

Dare County is now under a Hurricane Warning and a Storm Surge Warning. Hurricane Dorian is a dangerous and serious threat for all of Dare County. The mandatory evacuation order remains in effect for all visitors and residents. Emergency Management strongly urges everyone to heed the warning and evacuate today. Those who do not evacuate should be prepared to sustain themselves for at least 72 hours. Emergency personnel will not be able to respond to calls for help during the flooding and high winds that are expected during this storm. 

Read more of the bulletin on the Dare County web site.

Blue Sanitation Route Schedule Changes Due to Hurricane Dorian

Sanitation Schedule

There will be NO trash or recycling collection on Friday, September 6. 

We will let you know of any other changes to the sanitation schedule through this email list. 

Please secure your gas tanks prior to a storm.

Secure Outdoor Items Prior to Hurricane Dorian's Arrival

Please take steps now to secure all outdoor equipment and/or furniture, including gas tanks and propane grills.

Town of Nags Head Recycling Cart

Secure Trash and Recycling Carts, Too!

Please do not set your trash or recycling carts out to be emptied anytime after the Wednesday collection as they could float or blow into the street or highway. 

Town Offices Closed Thursday and Friday, September 5 and 6, Essential Services Provided as Safety Permits 

Due to Hurricane Dorian, all Town offices will be closed on Thursday and Friday, September 5 and 6. BUT, essential services, such as fire and police protection, will be provided during the storm as long as it is safe for our personnel to respond. 

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