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Public Safety

Welcome to the Public Safety page. Here we have highlighted a few of the departments that serve citizens and visitors, including Fire, Health, and the Sheriff's Office.


Life RingEach of these main sections include many pages that offer useful information. If you can't find what you need, you can always perform a search, which is located at the top of the Website.


Fire Prevention
Learn how to plan for, prevent, and respond to fires and emergencies in your house and locate the fire station closest to you.

Emergency Management

Emergency Management has information on preparing for natural disasters and other emergencies, as well as posts for any current advisory.

Emergency Medical Services

Emergency Medical Services provides emergency, pre-hospital Advanced Life Support and transportation for citizens and visitors.


Health 
This link provides information concerning the Albemarle Regional Health Services' Currituck County Health Department. This department promotes public health and provides routines public health services.

Sheriff's Office

The Currituck County Sheriff's Office is committed to seeking and finding ways to affirmatively promote and preserve a feeling of security and safety to the members of our community.

WatchForMeNC.org - Information that can help motorists, bicyclists, and pedestrians travel safely along county roads and prevent accidents. WatchForMeNC is a program that helps promote public safely and reducing the number of injuries and deaths related to automobile vs. bicyclist or pedestrian accidents. 

SCALD Prevention Brochure - A Scald injury occurs when contact with hot liquid or steam damages one or more layers of skin. The most frequent Scald injury victims are young children and older adults. Frequent sources of Scald injury are hot beverage spills, cooking, and hot tap water. Learn more to improve safety and prevent Scald injuries.

ADDRESS MARKERS - By county ordinance, new and existing buildings in Currituck shall have approved address numbers in a position that is plainly legible and visible from the street or road fronting the property. Numbers should be a minimum of 4" high with a minimum stroke width of 0.5". Appropriate address markers helps to decrease response time by responders during an emergency.

North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission - NCWRC provides information for citizens on many outdoor activities, including hunting, fishing, trapping and boating. Citizens may also obtain licenses for hunting, fishing and other activities. NCWRC also provides information on dealing with wild animals, such as coyotes and bears, that may be found in the local area.