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Ocean Sands Water and Sewer District (OSWSD)

Ocean Sands properties are currently served by the Ocean Sands Water/Sewer District. This system will become part of the Southern Outer Banks Water System, but currently retains a separate rate and fee schedule.

The Currituck County Water Department administrative office provides billing and administrative services for the Ocean Sands Water/Sewer District.

The sewer treatment facilities are owned and operated by Currituck County Government.

Areas Served
  • Ocean Sands subdivision, in the following sections:
    D, E, F, H, I, J, K, L, M, N, O, P, Q
  • Crown Point

As of February 2007, the system has 954 active connections.


After Hours Emergencies

Call Currituck Central at 252-232-3732

Studies
The Master Plan update evaluates the infrastructure needs to meet the build out water and sewer demands for the existing OSWSD and the undeveloped areas of Ocean Sands under the following scenarios:
  • Alternative 1: Sections G and T are integrated into the OSWSD.
  • Alternative 2: Sections G and T develop separately and must meet their own water and sewer needs separate from the OSWSD.

Ocean Sands Wastewater Treatment Plant Denitrification - August 2008
After assessing current wastewater treatment effluent water quality the contractor developed a comprehensive report on current conditions, as well as, recommendation for treatment modification to the existing plant.

Comprehensive Wastewater Master Plan for the Currituck County Southern Outer Banks - June 2011
Historically, wastewater on the Outer Banks has been managed by individual subdivisions. Due to
the challenges and concerns, Currituck County and Outer Banks Ventures (OBV) have decided to
evaluate the potential for regionalizing wastewater management on the Currituck Southern Outer
Banks. The purpose of this Comprehensive Wastewater Master Plan is to evaluate the feasibility of
a regional wastewater utility to serve the Currituck Southern Outer Banks.