Currituck State of Emergency set to expire April 30

By on March 31, 2020

(Currituck County)

The Currituck County Board of Commissioners has established an expiration date of April 30 for the current State of Emergency. This deadline will be re-evaluated during the April 20 Board of Commissioners meeting and adjustments to the date will be made if necessary. This includes:

  • Access restricted for non-resident property owners and visitors to Corolla and the 4WD area.
  • County offices open to public by appointment only.
  • County events and meetings are cancelled.
  • County facilities and parks are closed.

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Comments

  • It is what it is

    This clearly isn’t going to be over by 4/30, why give a false sense to everyone? People are mad about the VA Governor making 6/10 the current end date for their restrictions but at least its more realistic… even if the numbers start to come down by the end of April like they’re hoping the floodgates won’t be opened back up suddenly… I canceled my May vacation just based on all the hateful comments posted on many of these articles… who wants to come down there right after this is over with based on all the nasty sentiments that are going around? Not much of a peaceful vacation time away from home if you have to assume everyone local hates your guts for no reason.

    Tuesday, Mar 31 @ 11:44 am
  • Steve

    ^ There is plenty of reason. Destroying our lives and livelihoods is a start.

    Wednesday, Apr 1 @ 5:51 am