Community Events and Invitations
The Town of Kill Devil Hills proudly announces a new reciprocal program with the Town of Nags Head that allows persons who may have already purchased a current beach driving permit from Nags Head to use that permit to drive on the beaches in Kill Devil Hills. The reverse is also applicable: current beach driving permits purchased in Kill Devil Hills will also be recognized in Nags Head. There are no requirements to purchase separate permits for each town.more»
It’s Outer Banks Woman’s Club Angel Gift Program time again. Shown is the late Julia Haywood (left) and Gwen White (right), the project co-founders in 1987. With them two years ago, is Emily Lewis (center) with Village Realty, a large annual contributor to the Angel Gift Project. The Outer Banks Woman’s Club, Haywood and White have worked tirelessly on this project for many years. While Haywood is no longer with us in person, we know she is with us in spirit as the Angel Gifts Project begins its 28th year. White continues as chairmanmore»
Mark your calendars for the 26th Annual Artrageous Art Extravaganza, hosted by Dare County Arts Council on October 31st, 2015 at Dare County Family Recreational Park at 602 Mustian Street, Kill Devil Hills from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm. The event has been rescheduled to October 31st, due to potentially unsafe weather conditions this weekend.more»
An exciting public visioning process and Town Code update begins on Thursday, September 10, with the kickoff of FOCUS Nags Head –
Navigating Our Future, a community-wide initiative concentrated on assessing where the Town stands in accomplishing its long term goals and plans, determining its current needs, and navigating its future. Focus Nags Head is all about involving the community from the beginning; all residents and property owners - and others who live, work and play in Nags Head - are invited to this free and open kick-off event, which will take place at 7 pm in the Board of Commissioners Room at the Town of Nags Head’s Municipal Complex at 5401 S. Croatan Highway.
Promotions & Awards News
Recently, The Elizabethan Gardens and friends gathered to celebrate and honor businesses and individuals that have uplifted the non-profit attraction by their support. Like many non-profits, The Gardens depends financially on membership, gifts, grants and other contributions to supplement their admission revenue.
Governor Pat McCrory today announced the appointment of Nick Tennyson as the new Secretary of the North Carolina Department of Transportation. Tennyson has served as Chief Deputy Secretary since March 2013, and succeeds Tony Tata, who resigned last week. Photos from today's announcement can be viewed on NCDOT's Flickr page.more»
New Locations & Services News
Sun Realty is excited to announce their new Outer Banks vacation web application has been released. Current and future guests of Sun Realty-managed Outer Banks vacation rental homes now have access to vacation planning tools, information on vacation homes and all that the Outer Banks has to offer, right on their smart phone or tablet.more»