Currituck County’s mass notification and alerting system
Currituck County Emergency Services is a vital link to the public and all emergency services providers.
Division of the North Carolina Department of Public Safety.
Central resource for planning, preparation and keeping informed in the event of an emergency.
Get the latest conditions, warnings, radar and forecasts from the National Weather Service.
Check for traffic, road conditions and travel advisories.
Disaster-related messages will be posted on the county’s main page during an event.
Official twitter account of Currituck County, North Carolina government. Follow for local news and events.
Official Facebook page for Currituck County government.
For post storm repair permit information use our online permit system or call 252-232-3378.
Call the North Carolina Department of Insurance toll-free at 855-408-1212 if you have questions about any kind of insurance.
The National Hurricane Center (NHC) is a component of the National Centers for Environmental Prediction (NCEP) located at Florida International University in Miami, Florida.
Headquarters for information and disaster assistance.
A national public service campaign designed to educate and empower the American people to prepare for, respond to and mitigate emergencies, including natural and man-made disasters.
Articles and advice on protecting your home and business.
Disaster planning and preparedness can be your lifeline to staying in business. With proper education, planning, testing and disaster assistance, you will be able to stay in business through any interruption and beyond.
The SBTDC has a long history of helping businesses prepare for and recover from disasters and has been identified as a “first responder” for business recovery in the state’s disaster recovery plan.
Make sure your organization is safe and ready for danger.
Expert advice from restoration professionals about how to prepare your employees, protect your assets and get your business back in business after a natural disaster.
Do not attempt to remove or handle any downed power lines. Report downed lines to 911 and report power outages to Dominion Energy at (866) 366-4357.
Schedules and current conditions.