Town of Nags Head
Debris disposal

Storm Debris Disposal

We are collecting storm-related debris now. Please set the debris into SEPARATE PILES in the right-of-way:

  • Vegetative debris (limbs, leaves, branches, sea grass, etc.) *Please do not bag your brush.
  • Construction and demolition materials (building materials, shingles, etc.) and, in a separate pile, metal, such as appliances. 
If you would like to drop it off at the bulk item/brush collection yard, click here for more information. 

Hurricane Repairs

Repairs to existing and damaged roofing, siding, and non-pool barrier fencing associated with one and two-family dwellings do not require building permits. Contractors and homeowners may proceed with these repairs immediately; should total removal or replacement be required, please contact the Town before proceeding. Repairs that involve load-bearing walls or other structural support members, installation of new fencing, pool barriers, electrical, plumbing, and/or HVAC work DO require permits from the Town. Read more.

Disaster Relief Information

  • The Outer Banks Community Foundation is coordinating all monetary donations, which are the greatest help to those in need. All donations are tax-deductible and 100% of all donations will be used to directly assist individuals and families in need. Donations can be made online at or
Potential Tropical Cyclone #Nine

Don't Let Your Guard Down - It's Still Hurricane Season

Unfortunately, the National Hurricane Center is already monitoring several new possible storms, including Potential Tropical Cyclone Nine. Please continue to monitor the National Hurricane Center web site, the web site for the National Weather Service office in Morehead City, which provides the weather forecasts for our area, this email broadcast, and the Dare County Emergency Management web site

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