Effective Monday, January 31, 2022, current Public Works Solid Waste Permits will also function as Currituck Outer Banks residents’ and property owners’ re-entry permit for the 2022 calendar year.
- Public Works Solid Waste Permits will also function as Currituck Outer Banks residents’ and property owners’ re-entry permit for the 2022 calendar year.
- The current permits were sent to all residents and property owners, accompanied by the tax bill, in August 2020.
- No action is required if you already have a permit(s).
- Currituck Outer Banks residents or property owners may obtain new or additional decals.
- If you have questions about the decals, contact Public Works at 252-232-2504 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Renters can obtain permits directly with documentation such as mail, utility bills and lease agreements
- Within the re-entry program, there will no longer be a permit distinction between property owners and residents nor between north and south of the 4×4 Ramp; new tiers are as follows:
- Priority 1: Essential Personnel;
- Priority 2: Critical Businesses, Residents and Property Owners;
- Priority 3: Visitors and General Public
- If there are specific questions about the re-entry process, please visit currituckreentry.com or contact staff at email@example.com.
- These changes do not affect business re-entry permits.
The decal is not a sticker, but a static cling that will not leave adhesive residue on the windshield. Decals should be applied to the inside of the vehicle’s windshield in the lower corner on the windshield.