We understand that your stay may have been impacted due to the Evacuation Order imposed by Dare County, and for some, has been further affected by storm and road conditions near your personal home. Please contact Play Travel Protection regarding all costs associated with your displacement during Hurricane Florence.
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Bulletin 11 - Staged Reentry Guidelines Announced for Hatteras Island
Based on the warnings currently in place, reentry for areas north of Oregon Inlet will begin on Saturday, September 15 at 7:00 a.m for Priorities One, Two and Three.
Bulletin #9 Hurricane Florence Update as of 8:00 a.m. Friday
Joint Information Center
With Hurricane Florence expected to slow down as it makes landfall in southeast North Carolina tonight through early Friday morning, Dare County will continue to feel effects from the storm into Saturday morning, after the storm moves away.
A Hurricane Warning, Storm Surge Warning, High Surf Advisory, Flash Flood Watch, Beach Hazards Advisory and a Tornado Watch is in effect for Dare County. As of 8:30 a.m. this morning access to Dare County is restricted to only those with a Priority One Critical Personnel Pass issued by Dare County Emergency Management or a Critical Needs Pass issued by Currituck County Emergency Management.
With the most recent update from the National Hurricane Center, a Hurricane Warning and Storm Surge Warning remain in effect for Dare County. While the track has shifted to the south and west overnight, do not let your guard down.
DARE COUNTY ISSUES MANDATORY EVACUATION
Dear Valued Midgett Realty Guest,
Beginning at 1:00 pm on Thursday, September 28, Dare County will lift the evacuation order allowing visitors back onto Hatteras Island.
The latest from Dare County:
"The next update regarding reentry for visitors to Hatteras Island will be issued no later than 11:00 a.m. on Thursday morning, September 28 following a meeting of the Dare County Control Group."