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Hurricane Ian

We are actively monitoring Hurricane Ian and will provide official town updates on this page as soon as they are available. Additional resources can be found below.

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Severe Weather Travel Updates

Hurricane Ian Update #1:

Yard Debris Collection, Trash Collection & Re-Entry Permits

The Town of Emerald Isle is asking property owners and residents to pause on placing yard debris by the curbside Wednesday, September 28, through Sunday, October 2, due to potential impacts from Hurricane Ian. Over the coming days, the area may experience strong winds and heavy rain as a result of Hurricane Ian, and this request could help prevent yard debris from blowing into the roadways.

Yard debris may be placed along the curbside beginning Monday, October 3. You can visit our website to view the Yard Debris Truck Tracker to see where the truck is along the route that day.

Will Trash Collection Take Place?

Due to anticipated impacts from Hurricane Ian, oceanside trash collection will be suspended on Friday, September 30, 2022.

The Town’s contractor anticipates trash collection will resume on Monday, October 3.

Do You Know Where Your Disaster Re-Entry Permit Is?

Emerald Isle property owners and residents should have their Disaster Re-Entry Permit on hand before a named storm arrives in the area.

It is the Town of Emerald Isle’s goal to return residents, property owners, and business owners back to the island as quickly and safely as possible after an evacuation. The Hurricane Re-Entry Permit Program is a tool that facilitates that goal by maximizing security while providing authorized persons the quickest possible access to their properties.

The cost for a re-entry permit is $25. You can learn more about this program and apply online under our Hurricane Information page.

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