CURRITUCK Co., N.C. - The Currituck County Board of Commissioners has voted to allow all non-resident property owners to gain access into Corolla starting on Thursday, April 23, at 9 a.m.
The Board also set a date of May 15, to begin allowing visitors to access Corolla. This date will be re-evaluated during the next Board of Commissioners meeting on May 4.
Key points for non-resident property owners:
- To gain access into Corolla, non-resident property owners must display the appropriate Currituck County entry permit at the law enforcement checkpoint currently in place at the Wright Memorial Bridge.
- Each car must have a permit to be allowed through the checkpoint.
- Non-resident property owners who need a permit may request one via email to Currituck Emergency Management at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Everyone should bring their own food and supplies to last approximately 14 days, as the grocery stores on the Outer Banks may not be fully-stocked at this time.
While in the Outer Banks, the Board advises that everyone follow Governor Cooper’s directives on social distancing and limit public groups to no more than 10 people.