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Learn More About Our
Public Safety Center

Currituck County’s new Public Safety Center in Barco, North Carolina is a beautiful facility that provides many benefits. It serves as the home for all public safety departments in a centralized location, which has improved staff:

  • communication,
  • coordination,
  • and emergency response.

All citizens in Currituck County should be proud that we have such a great facility. Learn more in this new video by Currituck County!

National Preparedness Month!

Infograph with Emergency Preparedness, Make a Plan, Build a Kit, Be Informed. Disaster Don't Wait, Make Your Plan Today.Prepare for disasters to create a lasting legacy for you and your family.

Put together an emergency kit that will sustain you and your family for at least 3 days.

Here’s some things to think about while you make your emergency plan:
  • How do you receive emergency alerts and warnings?

Sign up for CurrituckAlert! Up to date, accurate notifications that will help you and your family. Visit for more information.

  • What is your evacuation and shelter plan?

Currituck County DOES NOT offer pre-hurricane shelters. It is safer to move inland to higher elevations. Currituck County Emergency Management will work with other North Carolina Emergency Management partners to establish a host county for our evacuees.

  • Do you have important phone numbers written down in case your mobile device isn’t available?

The “Currituck County Communications Phonebook (PDF)” starts you off with some important Currituck County numbers and space to fill in your own important phone numbers.

Please visit Make A Kit. Have A Plan. for more preparedness information or contact Currituck County Emergency Management at or 252-232-2115.

Happy Planning!

Currituck Regional Airport
Aviation Day

Date:  Saturday, September 24, 2022
Time: 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Location: Currituck County Regional Airport
107 College Way
Barco, North Carolina  27917
Contact:  252-453-8032 or email William Nelson

Please join Currituck County at our Currituck County Regional Airport for Aviation Day on Saturday, September 24, 2022 to celebrate aviation in our community and learn more about services offered at the airport.

This is a family-friendly event at the airport from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. with free parking and admission.


  • tour the airport terminal building
  • aircraft on display
  • airplane rides for kids (Rides are FREE for kids ages 7-17, Cost for adults is $15.00 per person)
  • viewing classic cars
  • watching airplane fly-ins
  • live music
  • food trucks
  • vendors
  • children’s games
  • and much more.

Event rain date has been set for Sunday, September 25, 2022.

For more information or questions, contact the airport at 252-453-8032 or email William Nelson

Learn More About
Currituck County
Animal Services & Control

Check out this great new video about Currituck County Animal Services & Control, which is based at the animal shelter.

Currituck operates a clean, professional animal shelter that is staffed by well-trained employees. We also utilize caring volunteers who help keep the pets healthy and socialized. Likewise, Animal Control officers follow state and county regulations as they help county residents in situations with strays and nuisance animals.

Learn more about these services by watching this short video. If you’d like to visit the shelter, foster or adopt a pet, or become a volunteer, contact us for more information!

Labor Day
County Office Closings

The following Currituck County Government facilities will be closed Monday, September 5, 2022 to commemorate Labor Day.

~ Currituck County Animal Shelter

~ All County Administrative Offices

~ Convenience Sites

~ Transfer Station

~ Public Library

Board of Commissioners meeting scheduled for Tuesday, September 6, 2022 has been cancelled.

All emergency services will remain fully-staffed during the holidays.

Give Input at
Community Meeting for
Public Inclusive Art Grant

The Currituck Travel & Tourism Department has been awarded a semi-finalist grant by the Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation.  This grant is to pursue a full grant for a commissioned piece of Public Inclusive Art. This artwork, a monument/statue, will commemorate the life of John Jasper White, also know as “Currituck Jack,” who was an enslaved sailor during the Revolutionary War period.  His story is little known but is significant to Currituck County and its African American citizens.  There are very few stories of this stature of our enslaved citizens from this era of American history.

To ensure that the County has input and conversation in this project from the community, the tourism department is holding a series of 3 public meetings that will facilitated by Cameron Lowe of the Currituck North Carolina Extension office.  During these meetings, we will tell the story of “Currituck Jack” and ask for thoughts and ideas on this art and what it should embody.

The fourth meeting will be with the artist to present two or three concepts to be reviewed and chosen by the community.

The Currituck Count Board of Commissioners will be reviewing and pre-approving potential County sites for placement in order to give our citizens an opportunity to voice their preference when choosing the final artwork concept.

This is a very prestigious grant for the County if it is awarded, and we should all be proud that our story has received enough recognition to be awarded a semi-finalist grant.

Meetings will be held in upper, middle and lower Currituck to give as much opportunity for our citizens to have their voices heard as possible.  During the meetings, food and childcare will be provided. Please RSVP in advance for a meeting at the Moyock Welcome Center by calling 252-435-2947.  This is to ensure that there is an accurate headcount for food and childcare.

The meetings will be from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. on the following schedule:

  • August 8, 2022   |   Corinth Baptist Church – Lower Currituck
  • September 13, 2022    |     Currituck Extension Center – Mid-Currituck
  • September 27, 2022   |   Samuel’s Chapel Holiness Church – Northern Currituck

New Water & Sewer Emergency After Hours Phone Number

If you develop a water or sewer emergency during regular business hours Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m., please contact the Water Department at 252-232-2769.

If you need to contact the Water Department outside of normal business hours, please call our new After Hours Emergency Number 252-453-3633. This will connect you with Currituck Communications. The dispatchers will then contact staff from the Water Department to deal with the emergency.

Free Rabies Vaccine Clinic

Currituck Animal Services and Control in affiliation with Moyock Animal Hospital is again hosting their Annual Free Rabies Clinic.

Due to the forecast for rain on Saturday, the October 1, 2022  Rabies Clinic hosted by Currituck Animal Services has been rescheduled to October 22, 2022.

Location: Currituck County Judicial Center
Date: Saturday, October 22, 2022
Time: 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m.
Phone: 252-435-2250
Cost: FREE for all Currituck County Residents with proper identification. Non-Residents $8.00 per shot.

In order to receive a 3 year booster you must show proof of prior rabies vaccination.

Special Thanks to Moyock Animal Hospital

Currituck County
9-1-1 Communications

The team at 911 Communications provide vital, life-saving services for the public and are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. This short video provides some insight into what it means to be a 911 telecommunicator for Currituck County.