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Applications are accepted for current open positions which can be viewed on our Job Opportunities page. View our current openings and click on job titles of interest. From there you will see a summary of the position (including duties and requirements) and an overview of employment benefits. If you feel that job is a good fit for you, click the Apply button to start the application process.
From there you can create a profile or sign in to an existing one. If you have your resume stored on your computer or a flash drive, you can upload it to the system. You will complete the online application. You then will receive a confirmation email for each submitted application.
You will also be able to sign in to your profile and check the status of all your submissions.
How can I pay my Tax Bill?
You can pay your Personal Property or Real Estate taxes via these methods.
What is beach nourishment?Beach nourishment involves the dredging and placement of large amounts of sand from offshore sand sources. The sand is placed according to an engineered plan with specific criteria for a built beach and storm protection.
Revised Policies for Rodanthe Recycling Center Take Effect August 1
Beginning August 1, new policies will be implemented at the Rodanthe Recycling Center to deter the dumping of prohibited material at the facility.
The Center will be open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. seven days a week.
Only the following items will be accepted at the Center: glass, corrugated cardboard, paper, plastics #1 through # 7, steel cans, aluminum cans and electronics.
The following items are prohibited: motor oil, C&D materials such as lumber, toilets, sinks, furniture, mattresses, yard debris, tires, batteries, appliances and grills. Visit www.darenc.com/RecyclingCenters to find locations where these items may be legally disposed of.
The Rodanthe Recycle Center is located at the end of Myrna Peters Road near the Rodanthe Harbor. For more information, contact Shanna Fullmer, Solid Waste Superintendent, at 252.475.5844 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Recycling Department is responsible for processing and marketing recyclable material collected throughout unincorporated Dare County.
The department operates numerous drop off collection centers through out the County and offers commercial pick up of materials for businesses. The Recycling Department operates two (2) yard debris collection sites and manages disposal of automotive tires, motor oil, lead acid batteries, and used appliances. Periodically this department conducts special collections for pesticides and other household hazardous materials are conducted.
There are several drop-off recycling centers in Dare County. Some are located in the towns and some are in unincorporated Dare County. Most accept glass, aluminum and steel cans, some plastic (No. 1 & 2), paper and cardboard. Some County Centers accept used motor oil and old tires. Call 252.475.5890 for further information.