Happy Birthday to
the Town of
Kill Devil Hills &
former Mayor Sherry Rollason - both born on March 6, 1953!
Daylight Saving Time is this Sunday, March 9, 2014.
Remember to change the batteries in your smoke detectors when you change your clocks!
Revamping This Website
- Over the next couple of months, we will be revamping Kill Devil Hills' website, giving it a face lift, adding some features, and taking away others that weren't as successful as we had hoped when the site was first created nearly ten years ago. Please bear with us as we make these changes and if you have specific concerns or comments you may direct them to Mary E. Quidley, Kill Devil Hills Town Clerk,
Want to learn more about requirements and regulations pertaining to
Charter Communication/Outer Banks Cablevision
to view the franchise agreement, addendum, and the franchise ordinance in place in Kill Devil Hills.
special event revived by the Board of Commissioners and Community Appearance Commission - Saturday, May 10, 2014 from 9:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m., with a cookout afters provided by the KDH Fire Auxiliary, Aviation Park, off Veterans Drive, down Colington Road. More information to be provided soon - check back!
Poster contest information appears below:
Can't read the above? Click here to access a full-screen copy.
Flood Insurance Informational Program: Follow-up
The League of Women Voters of Dare held an update meeting on March 6th concerning the upcoming effects of recent legislation on coastal communities’ flood insurance costs. As soon as we receive a report on the meeting's findings, we will post information here. The League of Women Voters, a nonpartisan political organization, encourages informed and active participation in government, works to increase understanding of major public policy issues, and influences public policy through education and advocacy. For further information visit our website at LWVDareNC.org or contact co-president Mary Jane Slesinski at
Outer Banks Chamber of Commerce also keeping tabs on insurance matter - click here for more information
Beach Nourishment Frequently Asked Questions Now available - learn more about beach nourishment by accessing videos and other materials on the page.
Based on the best information available to date, the Town anticipates the municipal tax rate (not the Dare County tax rate) to raise approximately 10% Town wide to pay for sand on our northern ocean beaches.
In addition, oceanfront properties where sand is to be placed should expect their tax rates (again, the municipal tax rate only, not the Dare County tax rate) to double. These taxes would be necessary for a minimum of five years.