The Kitty Hawk Planning Board will not meet on August 13, 2020 due to no new submissions. The next regularly scheduled meeting is September 17, 2020, 6 PM, Kitty Hawk Town Hall, l0l Veterans Memorial Dr., Kitty Hawk, NC. The public is cordially invited to attend.
Watch the latest Town Council Meeting here.
The First Flight Society will be celebrating National Aviation Day and Orville Wright’s birthday at the Dare County Regional Airport (MQI) on Wednesday, August 19. There will be representatives from First Flight Society and several other Aviation and Outer Banks organizations, as well as educational displays. Exhibitors include Kitty Hawk Kites, Elizabeth City State University, […]
2020 has been a year of unanticipated challenges and hurdles. As with practically everything else, voting this year will be affected! We, in the Dare County League of Women Voters, have heard many questions about HOW TO VOTE DURING A PANDEMIC. As a result, we have prepared instructions on how to vote by mail. Please […]
In November 2019, the Town Council added a new ordinance that addresses the safety hazards presented by Beach Equipment left overnight and digging holes on the beach. As a result the following rules were adopted into Town Code. Beach goers are prohibited from leaving unattended personal equipment such as chairs, umbrellas, canopies, and coolers overnight […]
Face Coverings Must Be Worn In Indoor and Outdoor Public Spaces in Dare County Where Social Distancing Cannot Be Maintained Beginning Sunday, June 21 at 9 a.m. Click on the link below to view the Declaration in more detail: June 19, 2020 Declaration
At a special meeting on May 19, 2020, Kitty Hawk Town Council discussed how to support the local restaurant community during COVID 19 restrictions. As a result of the meeting, a declaration was made to temporarily suspend certain sections of Town Code, and allow restaurants within the Town to use up 25% of their parking […]
The 2020 Census counts everyone living Dare County. A complete and accurate count is vital for the entire community. The Census is conducted just once every ten years as required by the United States Constitution. The basic data it collects helps to shape the future for you, your family, and your neighbors. It informs the […]
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