Efforts are underway to apply to the State of North Carolina to place a highway historical marker for The Circus Tent event, which operated for 20 years in KDH. An application process is involved, and to qualify, you must show that the subject is of statewide historical significance.
WE NEED YOUR HELP!
EMAIL: Please email the Town at email@example.com with your experiences/memories of The Circus Tent. Make sure to include your name, address and email. Feel free to include any scanned photos, etc.
MAIL: You can also mail your experiences/memories of The Circus Tent to: Office of the Town Clerk, Town of Kill Devil Hills, P.O. Box 1719, Kill Devil Hills, NC 27948
This will help in the application process to show that The Circus Tent affected so many people’s lives!
We will update throughout the rest of the summer. And check out some great photos of The Circus Tent! https://www.kdhnc.com/818/The-Circus-Tent
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Special thanks to the local businesses, groups, and everyone in the community who participated and made the video possible. A great crowd at the KDH National Night Out Event joined in, showing that Kill Devil Hills is an incredible community to visit, work, and live!
The following article appears in the above edition of The Virginian-Pilot and appears on Kill Devil Hills' website with permission of the author.
On July 25, 2018 Officer Lora Gilreath conducted the organizational meeting for citizens interested in forming a Neighborhood Watch program in Kill Devil Hills. Approximately 20 people attended.
Neighborhood Watch is a community awareness effort. Participants report suspicious activity through Dare Central Communication's non-emergency line. At the next meeting of this group, which may be held in September 2018, data to support the need for a Neighborhood Watch will be shared.
If you'd like more information on Neighborhood Watch, please give Officer Gilreath a call at 252-449-5337, or you can reach her by e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Whether you're a new parent, or a grandparent who hasn't installed a child safety seat in a long time, the KDH Fire Department has you covered! Our Fire Department provides free child safety seat inspections and installations for anyone who stops by Station 14 at 1634 North Croatan Highway. Why not have that added peace of mind?
Kill Devil Hills now offers 12-inch by 18-inch metal “No Trespassing” signage for sale to KDH property owners. The cost is $29.00, which includes tax, and is available at the Cashier’s Desk on the second floor of Town Hall, located at 102 Town Hall Drive, off Colington Road. Town Hall is open from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday.