Town drainage work may affect pedestrian, vehicular traffic

By on March 16, 2019

From March until about June 1, 2019, the Town will be conducting three major drainage improvement projects in the areas of the Red Drum outfall — near Mile Post 10, 2400 block of South Virginia Dare Trail — the Nags Head Acres and Vista Colony neighborhoods and the Village at Nags Head from Mall Drive to Epstein Street.

The work will typically be conducted from 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Traffic and pedestrian access may be restricted

Click here for the Detour Map of the Red Drum Outfall Work

Water service customers in or near these areas may experience a disruption in their water service. Property owners will be notified prior to planned service interruptions.

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