Emergency Alerts

About Nags Head AlertsSign Up to Receive Emergency Alerts from the Town of Nags Head

The Town of Nags Head has the ability to send emergency alerts to residents, visitors, and property owners via text, email, and phone. Registered users choose how the time-sensitive messages are received, as well as on which devices they would like to receive the notifications.

Examples of emergency notifications include mandatory evacuation orders, re-entry information, hurricane bulletins, traffic disruptions, and post-disaster information.

Please Note: When you subscribe to the Town of Nags Head's emergency alerts, you will also be subscribed to receive emergency alerts from Dare County. We encourage users to remain subscribed to both groups.

Notes Regarding Signup

When initially setting up your profile, you are required to check the box that allows the Regroup system to send you voice and text messages. These notifications can be turned off in the Notifications tab of your profile. Click here for more instructions. Making your profile public allows only the group administrators to see your information; your information is not shared or seen by others.

Please email Public Information Officer Roberta Thuman if you have any questions.

Attention Mobile Device Users: At this time, users on mobile devices are unable to use the sign up form below for alerts. Regroup (the emergency alerts service provider) is aware of the issue and working to resolve this. To sign up for alerts, please visit this web page on a desktop/laptop computer.

  • Phone Numbers - Users can opt in to receive alerts sent as voice recordings over the phone and/or by text.
  • Addresses - Alerts impacting Nags Head may be sent based on location. To ensure you receive notification of situations that may impact your area, be sure to include your home address, work address, and the addresses of any additional properties you own in Nags Head.
  • Weather - Select which alerts you would like to receive from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) and the National Weather Service (NWS).

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