A History of the Southern Shores Volunteer Fire Department

https://www.dropbox.com/s/hrzwqth25hmiksw/History%20of%20SSVFD.mp4?dl=0

 

 

Coyote Conflict Management Workshop

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Coyote Conflict Management Workshop

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Presented free by the NC Wildlife Resources Commission

Hosted by the Town of Southern Shores

Wednesday December 6, 2017

6:00 to 7:30 p.m.

Pitts Center, 5375 N. Virginia Dare Trail

Southern Shores, NC 27949

(Limited Seating)

 

Join us and hear from NC Wildlife Resources biologists about:

  • Coyote biology and behavior
  • Practical, non-lethal methods to prevent/reduce coyote conflicts
  • Laws and regulations regarding hunting and trapping coyotes
  • Special rules that apply to hunting coyotes in Dare County

For additional information contact Chris Turner, NCWRC at (252) 221-9961:

Coyote Species Profile: http://www.ncwildlife.org/Portals/0/Conserving/documents/Profiles/Coyote_Update033017.pdf

Coexisting With Coyotes: http://www.ncwildlife.org/Portals/0/Learning/documents/Profiles/Coexist-Coyotes-v2.pdf

Have a Coyote Question?

Contact the NC Wildlife Helpline at 866-318-2401

What to Expect After Sand Is Placed On a Beach

An Explanation of “Beach Nourishment Profile Equilibration” – What to Expect After Sand Is Placed On a Beach

Town Financial Statements (Annual Audit) for Fiscal Year 2016-2017 (ending June 30, 2017), As Received By and Presented To the Town Council

2017 Audit – Town Financial Statements (Annual Audit) for Fiscal Year 2016-2017 (ending June 30, 2017), As Received By and Presented To the Town Council

American Red Cross Blood Drive Tuesday October 24th, 2017

Blood Drive Tuesday October 24th, 2017

Residents with “Special Medical Needs” During Evacuation or Sheltering Are Urged to Update their Status with Dare County DSS

Residents with “Special Medical Needs” During Evacuation or Sheltering Are Urged to Update their Status with Dare County DSS in Preparation For Natural Disasters

Special Medical Needs Brochure: Click Here

Update Your status on Registry https://www.darenc.com/departments/health-human-services-/our-services/special-medical-needs-registry

Placement of Political Signs in Southern Shores

Placement of Political Signs in Southern Shores

Town Code Sections 36-57 and 36-165 require all political signs to be taken down within three calendar days after the event (election day). NC State law (NCGS 136-32) permits signs in the right-of-way of a NC State highway beginning on the 30th day before the beginning date of “one-stop” early voting. NCGS 136-32 also similarly governs the placement of political signs on the rights-of-way of streets located within Southern Shores prior to an election event. Regulated temporary signs, as defined by the Town Code, are not prohibited on private property (outside Town street right of way) prior to an event, but are subject to Town Code regulations.

Southern Shores Beach Nourishment-Finished Project

Southern Shores Beach Nourishment-Finished Project

 

Appeal period begins for debated flood insurance maps

Appeal period begins for debated flood insurance maps

 

Staff Traffic Report of Options Aug 1 2017

Staff Traffic Report of Options Aug 1 2017

 

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Town Hall Offices will be closed for Thanksgiving Thurs. & Fri. Nov. 23rd-24th. Town Hall will reopen Mon. Nov. 27th. **TRASH and RECYCLING pickup remains unchanged.