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Posted on: August 15, 2022

Lifeguard Personnel in KDH

Ocean Rescue vehicles on the beach

Posted: 8/15/2022

With schools starting, Kill Devil Hills Ocean Rescue has lost a number of its staff. As a result, four lifeguard stands have been removed from the beach, Eden St., Coral Dr., Baum St., and Lake Dr.

In addition, there are stands that will h...

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Posted on: August 15, 2022

Prepare to Protect

Emergency preparedness starts with you

August is recognized as Preparedness Month in North Carolina. There are many ways to take action and prepare before a disaster occurs. The Town of Kill Devil is committed to keeping you safe and informed before, during, and after times of emergen...

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Posted on: August 2, 2022

Leave Nothing but Footprints. . .

Hatchling sea turtles making their way to the ocean

Digging holes on the beach and leaving them unattended is extremely dangerous! We need all beach-goers to help keep our beaches safe for everyone.

Why is it so dangerous?

  • Collapses/Cave-ins - Did you know that national statistics comparing sand hole collaps...
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Posted on: August 16, 2022

Get Involved with your Town

The Town of Kill Devil Hills is always accepting applications for appointments to its Boards and Com

Let your voice be heard by volunteering with the Town. You can play an active role in the decision-making process which affects you and your community. Apply for a position on one of the Town’s boards or committees.

The Town of Kill Devil Hills i...

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