Currituck beach parking permits available Thursday

Published 3:28 pm Wednesday, May 13, 2020

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Beach parking permits for 2020 will be required for vehicles parking on the 4WD beach in Currituck County from Memorial Day to Labor Day.

Permits will not be mailed, according to a press release from Currituck County. Beginning on Thursday, May 14, permits will be available for pick-up at the Moyock Welcome Center or the Corolla Visitors Center. Distribution will be done outdoors with sneeze guards and hand sanitizer at each station. People are asked to wear a face mask if possible.

No permit application or beach parking regulations certificate will be required this year.

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County residents and property owners may receive two free parking permits for each property they own by providing a valid ID and proof of residency/ownership within Currituck County, such as a tax record or utility bill.

Owners on the off road area north of the North Beach Access Ramp whose property contains a house may obtain two additional permits at no fee.

All others must pay a fee for a beach parking permit. Visitors must have a valid ID and license plate number to purchase a permit. These permits will be available for purchase from the Tourism Department on a 10-day temporary or seasonal basis. Fees will be $50 for a 10-day parking pass (valid for 10 consecutive days) and $150 for a seasonal pass.

Anyone with questions may call either the Moyock (252-435-2947) or Corolla (252-453-9612) location.



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