Public Information

Believing that government effectiveness, efficiency and equity are strengthened with open communication, the Town of Nags Head develops and directs a comprehensive communications effort by building and maintaining beneficial relationships between the Town and its many publics through appropriate, consistent, timely, complete, and accurate information sharing.

Public Records Requests

Public records requests are handled through the Town Clerk’s office. Submit your request by completing an online form.

  1. Roberta Thuman

    Public Information Officer
    Phone: 252-449-2022


  2. Town Manager

    Physical Address
    5401 S Croatan Highway
    Nags Head, NC 27959

    Mailing Address
    P.O. Box 99
    Nags Head, NC 27959

    Phone: 252-441-5508
    Fax: 252-441-0776


Latest News

  1. Multi Use Pathway Update September 18, 2020

    The last segment of the West Side Multi-Use Pathway project, from W. Baymeadow Dr. to Gull St, is now open to pedestrian traffic. Read on...
  2. November 3 2020 Election Information

    The Tuesday, November 3, 2020 General Election will feature several federal, state, and local contests. The voter registration deadline for this election is Friday, October 9th at 5 pm. Read on...
  3. Beach Pit Fires

    Beach pit fires are allowed on the beach in the Town of Nags Head with a permit. Permits are issued between 5:30 p.m. and 12 a.m. daily based on current wind speed and fire danger conditions. Read on...
  4. Tax Bills and Business License/Registration Renewals and Certificates Now Available by Email

    Email delivery is now available for tax bills and business license/registration renewals and certificates, Read on...
  5. Interested in a Subscription Curbside Recycling Service?

    The Town is researching the availability of a subscription-based curbside recycling collection service in which homeowners contract directly with a recycling hauler to have their recyclables collected. Read on...
  6. Community Conservation Assistance Program (CCAP) Grant

    Attention property owners! The Dare Soil & Water Conservation District is now accepting applications until September 4th for the Community Conservation Assistance Program (CCAP) grant. Read on...
  7. iFlood - A Citizen Science Flood Reporting App for the Outer Banks

    iFlood is a partnership between researchers at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, the town of Nags Head, and the town of Duck to improve flooding predictions along the North Carolina Outer Banks. Read on...
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