Currituck County has announced a pilot project to evaluate, understand and improve the effectiveness of combining departmental permit efforts between Public Works and Emergency Management.
Effective Jan. 31, 2022, current Public Works Solid Waste Permits will also function as Currituck Outer Banks residents’ and property owners’ re-entry permit for the 2022 calendar year.
The project’s objective is to increase collaboration across departments and provide a one-stop shop for residents, property owners and renters to obtain their required permit.
- Public Works Solid Waste Permits will also function as Currituck Outer Banks residents’ and property owners’ re-entry permit for the 2022 calendar year
- The current permits were sent to all residents and property owners, accompanied by the tax bill, in August 2020
- No action is required if you already have a permit(s)
- This is a trial-based project for 2022 in which staff will evaluate the combined effort and formulate a plan for 2023 and beyond
- If Currituck Outer Banks residents or property owners would like to obtain new or additional decals, please visit https://co.currituck.nc.us/public-works/solid-waste-permit-decal/. If you have questions, contact Public Works at 252-232-2504 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org
- Renters can obtain permits directly with documentation such as mail, utility bills and lease agreements
Within the re-entry program, there will no longer be a permit distinction between property owners and residents nor between north and south of the 4×4 Ramp; new tiers are as follows:
Priority 1: Essential Personnel; Priority 2: Critical Businesses, Residents and Property Owners; Priority 3: Visitors and General Public
If there are specific questions about the re-entry process, please visit www.currituckreentry.com or contact staff at email@example.com.
These changes do not affect business re-entry permits.