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    Important Information and Reminders During Entry – Currituck County

     

    Now that the entry process and timeline have been provided, we wanted to share a few details that were included in bulletins. These updates and bulletins provided additional items of interest so we wanted to share again in a shorter format.

    To read the bulletin from Currituck County – Click Here

    To read the latest news from Outer Banks Voice – Click Here

     

     

    As a Currituck county non-resident property owner; what do I need to know?

    Also included in Dare County bulletin #48 was an extension of the “Stay Home, Stay Healthy” order until May 22, 2020 and travel within Dare County was further clarified in an article from Outer Banks Voice. This article and bulletin included the important points below:

    • “Those accessing Currituck County must respect Dare County’s Stay Home, Stay Healthy Order that is in effect.  Travel in Dare County should be used only as necessary to reach the Currituck Outer Banks or for essential needs such as health care. Plan to travel directly to your destination once passing through the checkpoint at the bridge.”
    • While no property owners or full-time residents are confined to Corolla, please follow the Governor’s Stay at Home order while here and limit local travel to only what is necessary.”
    • “In addition to the above restrictions, individuals are now required to wear a mask or cloth face covering in public settings where other social distancing measures are difficult to maintain (e.g., grocery stores and pharmacies).”

    As a reminder, access to Currituck county begins at 9am on April 23, 2020 for non-resident property owners.

    Non-resident property owners will be allowed to go through the law enforcement checkpoint and travel through Dare County to Corolla ONLY IF they have their hurricane season re-entry permit issued by Currituck Emergency Management. EACH VEHICLE MUST HAVE A PERMIT displayed to be allowed through the checkpoint. A tax bill or other documents will not be accepted.

    If you cannot find your re-entry permit or have questions, contact Currituck Emergency Management via email at emstaff@currituckcountync.gov or call 252-232-2115.

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