Southern Shores Town Council will meet on the first Tuesday of each month at 5:30 pm in the Kern P. Pitts Center of Town Hall at 5375 N Virginia Dare Trail, Southern Shores, NC 27949.
The Council meets on the first Monday evening of each month at 6:00 pm at Kitty Hawk Town Hall, 101 Veterans Memorial Drive, Kitty Hawk, NC. The only exception will be when the Town Hall is used by the Dare County Board of Elections the day after a Council meeting. The meeting will then begin at 5:00 PM.
They make all local policies and have the final decision-making authority on planning matters. The Council also appoints members to other boards and committees.
Anyone may speak at a Town Council meeting on any subject matter during the Public Comment portion of the meeting. During the Public Hearing portion of the Town Council meetings, interested parties may speak on the specific planning item or zoning issue that is on the agenda. Please sign up with Town Clerk Lynn Morris before speaking so that she may enter your name into the record.
The Council members can receive mail at their home mailing address or at Town Hall. If mailing a letter to them at Town Hall, the address is PO Box 549, Kitty Hawk, NC 27949. To send an email to the members of the Town Council click here.
The Nags Head Board of Commissioners meets on the first Wednesday of each month at 9 am in the Board Room. An adjourned session is held on the third Wednesday of each month at 5:30 pm (October through March) and 7 pm (April through September) as needed. Meeting dates are subject to change in the event of a conflict (though this occurs rarely).
Watch Meetings Live or Watch Past Meetings on YouTube
Visit the Town of Nags Head’s Official YouTube Channel to watch previously recorded Board of Commissioners meetings or a live stream of the meeting as it is taking place.
During the live stream, audio will be disabled during breaks. Please note that due to Internet issues, you may experience a lag at times.
In order to facilitate open communication, the Town of Duck encourages the community to participate in its government. At regularly scheduled meetings of the Town Council, a time of “PUBLIC COMMENT” will be set aside at the beginning and end of each meeting. This is a time for anyone to address the Town Council on any matter, not on the agenda for that meeting. In the interest of time, the Mayor may set and enforce appropriate time limits for comments. During all meetings, courteousness and quiet consideration for all those present is requested.
Another way for the community to share its thoughts and concerns is through participation and attendance at formal “PUBLIC HEARINGS.” When required by law or considered advisable by the Town Council, a public hearing will be organized by a special order, adopted by a majority vote, setting forth the subject, date, place, and time of the hearing as well as any rules regarding the length of time of each speaker. The Mayor (or Mayor’s Designee) will call the hearing to order, preside over it, and when the allotted time expires (or no one who has not yet spoken wishes to do so), declare the hearing ended.
For more information about the Town of Duck Council, its meetings, and rules of procedures, please refer to Town of Duck Ordinance No. 04-04. All members of the Duck Town Council are elected to two-year terms in odd years. The next municipal election will be on Tuesday, November 7, 2023.
To view the agenda or find other information about this meeting, please visit townofduck.com/town-council.
Unless otherwise noted and advertised, each Board of Commissioners meeting is on the second Monday of each month, begins at 6:00 p.m., and is held in the Meeting Room at the Administration Building, 102 Town Hall Drive, Kill Devil Hills:
Monday, June 27 CANCELLED
Monday, July 11
Monday, August 8
Monday, September 12
Monday, October 10 (public forum)
Monday, November 14
Monday, December 12
All public comments for Dare County Board of Commissioners meetings will be presented in person. Public comments will also be accepted in person at the Fessenden Center Annex (47013 Buxton Back Road, Buxton, NC).
The Dare County Board of Commissioners conducts regularly scheduled meetings throughout the year. Citizen participation at Board of Commissioners meetings is encouraged.
Each regularly scheduled meeting begins with an opportunity for anyone to make public comments. During this time, you can let your voice be heard by speaking directly to the entire Board of Commissioners for up to five minutes on any topic or item of concern. In an effort to encourage public participation, the Board accepts public comments from two locations: the Board of Commissioners meeting room in Manteo and through an interactive video link at the Fessenden Center Annex in Buxton.
Meetings are generally held on the first Monday of the month at 9 a.m. and the third Monday of each month at 5 p.m. Occasionally this schedule is adjusted to accommodate holidays, and there are a few months each year when only one meeting is held.
Meetings are held in the Board of Commissioners meeting room adjacent to the Dare County Administration Building located at 954 Marshall C. Collins Drive in Manteo. Entrance to the Board of Commissioners meeting room and ample free parking are available between the Dare County Administration Building and the Dare County Justice Center.
There are several ways to stay informed of the discussions that occur during the Dare County Board of Commissioners meetings:
- Livestream meetings through Current TV Government
- Videos of previous meetings are generally available the next day on the online viewer
- Watch meetings live on Channel 191 (Current TV Government) for local Spectrum TV customers
Minutes of Board of Commissioners meetings are available on the website under “Meeting Agendas, Minutes & Videos” and are also recorded in the office of the Register of Deeds at the Dare County Justice Center, 962 Marshall C. Collins Drive in Manteo and available for public inspection.
The Dare County Board of Elections meets every third Tuesday at 11:00 am at the Dare County Administration Building, 954 Marshall C. Collins Drive, Manteo, North Carolina 27954.
We will hear from Andrian “Sweet Pea” Tillett, our Democratic candidate for Register of Deeds; Marie Russell, school board candidate; Betty Selby, Manteo Mayor Pro Tem; Randy Fenninger, member of the new Manteo Healthcare Task Force addressing the primary care crisis; and others!
September 10, 9 AM. Dare County Head Start Center: 723 Sir Walter Raleigh Street, Manteo, NC
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