Duck announces tentative 2022 beach nourishment schedule

By on January 24, 2022

(Town of Duck)

The town of Duck has announced its tentative beach nourishment schedule this summer.

Here are the current details.

Weeks Marine, the dredging contractor for the 2022 beach nourishment, has informed us of a tentative schedule for construction in Duck. At this time, the company anticipates working in Duck beginning in early to mid-August with a projected completion of late August or early September.

This schedule remains tentative and is subject to various factors including weather conditions and unforeseen delays. As the project progresses towards Duck, we will provide updates from the contractors.

Follow all beach nourishment updates on our project update page.


This story is reposted because of an error in an earlier version. 

 

 

 



NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING TO REVIEW PLANS FOR AN OUTER BANKS EVENT CENTER
County Dare, North Carolina
Dare County Tourism Board

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Visitors Bureau will hold a public meeting to review the plans for an Outer Banks Event Center. The meeting will take place on Monday, June 6, 2022 from 9:30 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. at the Keeper’s Galley building at Haven on the Banks, 115 Dove Street, Nags Head North Carolina 27959.

Still in the conceptual phase, the Event Center is intended to provide suitable and flexible space for year-round events, concerts, sports, meetings, smaller tradeshows, galas and any number of other uses. Learn more about the benefits for visitors and residents and how the Event Center is planned to complement the new Soundside boardwalk that is being designed.

Staff will be on hand to answer any questions. For additional information, please visit our Event Center FAQ page.


 



Comments

  • Daddy Warbucks

    Or they could just toss the cash this will cost onto the beach and watch the waves carry it away…

    Monday, Jan 24 @ 4:06 pm
  • Seal

    No Daddy Warbucks
    you got to keep the rich people that build on the dunes property up like we do here in Nags Head !!!!

    Tuesday, Jan 25 @ 9:02 am
  • Grows on trees

    As long as no county funds are used to finance this project I’m ok with it. Duck has no business receiving funding from the county to nourish the beaches, because the TOWN doesn’t provide public access to county tax payers. If I am not allowed to access the beaches in Duck, then don’t use my money there. I won’t even shop in Duck. Spend your money on the towns who provide and maintain access to the public. Nags Head goes as far as putting outhouses at the accesses. Duck writes you a ticket for trespassing.

    You want your beach, get your hand-outs from your own property owners and non resident property owners.

    Tuesday, Jan 25 @ 9:10 am
  • Ray Ray

    What are you doing Duck ?
    The crosswalks are poorly lit and a public safety hazard , people get hit ! There is almost 2 million spent on policing , yet no crime , aren’t enough lifeguards , and people drown . The beach is crowded due to many erecting huge tents , the common sense solution to this limited beach space would be to only allow umbrellas and chairs which take up 1/3 the space as the allowable size of tents , While providing adequate shade for the same amount of people.

    Tuesday, Jan 25 @ 11:03 am
  • Cliff Blakely

    Where are the public beach accesses in Duck? I know area business and rentals collect rental and meals taxes that a portion goes to beach replacement. But didn’t the original bill that set this up in the 80’s say something about a town having to maintain public access? Had anyone read it lately? I haven’t.

    Tuesday, Jan 25 @ 3:06 pm