Dare County announces cancellations, closures due to adverse weather

Dare County Public Works

Due to inclement weather and possible ocean overwash, the Dare County Public Works Department has rescheduled residential trash collection for the villages of Rodanthe, Waves, Salvo and Avon from Tuesday, October 4, 2022, to Wednesday October 5, 2022.

Residential collection for unincorporated areas of Roanoke Island, as well as East Lake, Manns Harbor and Stumpy Point will take place on Tuesday, October 4, 2022.

For more information, please contact Dare County Public Works Director Shanna Fullmer at 252-475-5844 or visit DareNC.com/PublicWorks.

REMINDER: The Dare County Public Works Department only provides trash collection for the Town of Kitty Hawk and the unincorporated areas of Dare County. Unincorporated Dare County does not include areas within a town’s limits. 

If you are located within one of the incorporated towns within Dare County, please contact your local municipal officials for information regarding any trash collection schedule changes in your area.

Dare County Parks & Recreation and Community Centers

The Dare County Parks and Recreation Department has announced several cancellations and closings for today (Monday, October 3, 2022), due to adverse weather conditions.

The Dare County Youth Center in Kill Devil Hills, the Fessenden Center in Buxton, the Virginia S. Tillett Community Center in Manteo, the Thomas A. Baum Senior Center in Kill Devil Hills and the Lions Club Center in Manteo will close at 5 p.m. today.

In addition, all gymnastics and dance classes, cheerleading, soccer and football games and practices, and adult softball games scheduled for today have also been canceled. Coaches will be notified when the Dare County Parks and Recreation Department has determined a makeup schedule.

For more information, please click the button below or contact the Dare County Parks and Recreation Department at 252-475-5910, or visit DareNC.com/Parks.

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