By Outer Banks Voice on January 18, 2021
The Town of Nags Head posted this notice on its Facebook page on this afternoon. Beginning Tuesday, Jan. 19, access to Nags Head’s Town Hall, Public Works, and Police and Fire Departments will be by appointment only.
We have tried to keep our offices open during the pandemic, but at this time we must limit access to ensure the health, safety, and well-being of our citizens and employees.
If you have business with the Town call, email, or visit our website (www.nagsheadnc.com) to schedule an appointment or for additional assistance. Town Hall’s main phone line is 252-441-5508, but we encourage you to visit https://www.nagsheadnc.gov/directory.aspx for a listing of phone numbers to reach an employee directly. Visit www.nagsheadnc.gov for more information on the services that can be provided online.
All residents are encouraged to conduct utility or other miscellaneous payments online OR by depositing your payment in the payment dropbox (located outside by the Town Hall flagpole). Visit http://nagsheadnc.gov/345/Online-Inquiries-Payments to pay your utility bill online.
Need a permit to drive on the beach in Nags Head? You can purchase a permit from Nags Head’s tackle shops. Be sure to bring your current registration and driver’s license with you. Visit https://www.nagsheadnc.gov/173/Beach-Driving for more information on beach driving.
If you need to drop off an already signed and notarized beach nourishment easement, you can leave it in the drop box by the flagpole at town hall. If you need to sign your easement in front of a notary, please contact either of the employees below:
Thank you for your patience and understanding during this time.