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TWICE-PER-WEEK RESIDENTIAL REFUSE COLLECTION RESUMES



The Town of Kill Devil Hills will resume its twice-per-week residential refuse collections on Monday, April 3, 2017. The east side of US Highway 158 will be collected on Monday and Thursday each week while the west side of US Highway 158 will be collected on Tuesday and Friday each week.
Please remember to recycle and take advantage of the Town’s Recycle and Dry Trash Drop-Off Centers at 701 Bermuda Bay Boulevard, which are open Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., and on Saturday, 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Recycling services are available for anyone; however, the Dry Trash Drop-Off services are available to Town residents and property owners only and a permit is required. Permits can be obtained at the Public Services office, 107 Town Hall Drive, or call 480-4080 for more information.
Additionally, Town residents can subscribe for the curbside residential recycling service offered by Bay Disposal & Recycling, for a small fee. For more information, please call 252-491-5105.

Trash Attack! Set for Saturday, April 1


Join Town Mascot Elvis and volunteers in helping to clean up litter and trash in our community on Saturday, April 1, from 9 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. at the lot beside the KDH Fire Department, 1634 N. Croatan Highway (beside the Dare Centre).  For more information or to pre-register, visit the Trash Attack! page.  

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Public Meeting on Upcoming Beach Nourishment Project Held at Town Hall 


Recently, a presentation about the upcoming beach nourishment project, with question and answer session by and with the Beach Nourishment Consultants, Coastal Planning and Engineering and Great Lakes Dock and Dredge, was held on February 16 at Kill Devil Hills Town Hall.  The meeting was recorded and the video link, along with all beach nourishment information, is available on the Town's Beach Nourishment web page:

Link to the KDH Beach Nourishment web page

Link to: www.MoreBeachToLove.com

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                       Ribbon Cutting at Town Complex

At a Friday, February 10, 2017 ceremony, Town of Kill Devil Hills representatives inaugurated the Phase II upgrades to the Town’s Public Services Complex. This phase includes an update to the Public Works field offices, a Police Storage building, a state of the art modernization of the fleet maintenance facility, and a fuel depot which will serve the every vehicle in the Town.
During the event, Mayor Sheila Davies stated, “I commend the board and certainly the staff for preparing the Board to understand how important it is for facilities like this and infrastructure to be put in place and to be built. Without this type of facility and without making the improvements, [staff] can’t do the work that you need to do in a safe way or in an effective way as possible.”
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2017 Public Meetings on Flood Insurance Rate Maps



Three public meetings were recently held on the preliminary Flood Insurance Rate Maps and how their recent changes affect Dare County.  Check out our Flood Prevention & Protection page for the following following helpful resources and more:

Video of the presentation by N.C. Floodplain Mapping Program representatives

Presentation by KDH Planning Director Meredith Guns on KDH changes

January 9, 2017, BOC meeting video with Meredith Guns presentation

2017 Meeting Calendars Set For Board of Commissioners & Planning Board

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