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Mainland Office

Address
Currituck Historic Courthouse
153 Courthouse Road
Suite 110 
Currituck, NC 27929

Phone
Central Permitting
252-232-3378
Planning and Zoning
252-232-3055

Fax
Central Permitting
252-232-3470
Planning and Zoning
252-232-3026


Corolla Office

Address
1123 Ocean Trail
Corolla, NC 27927

Phone
252-453-8555

Fax
252-453-8300
 
Hours
Monday - Friday
8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Planning and Community Development

About Us

The Planning and Community Development Department works to promote quality development, outstanding customer service, and innovative problem-solving to facilitate the growth of the local economy and enhance the quality of life, and preserve the natural environment for current and future generations. 

The department is comprised of four divisions and 18 staff members. Staff have specialized national and state certifications such as Certified Zoning Officers (CZO), American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP), Level 1,2,and 3 Building Inspectors, Certified Flood Manager (CFM), as well as other accreditations and certifications.  

Planning and Community Development

 Mission Statement

Provide solution oriented services to the community through the application of professional planning and inspection skills, adopted plans, and standards which facilitate the growth of the local economy and enhance the quality of life and preserve the natural environment for current and future generations.

Principles of a successful Planning and Community Development Department:
  • Provide excellent customer service to all customers.
  • Treat people fairly and equally.
  • Produce work products of a very high quality.
  • Communicate openly both internally and externally.
  • Be prepared when presenting information.
  • Use consistency in decision making.
  • Be committed to a team-oriented approach.
  • Look for solutions rather than obstacles.
  • Implement policy rather than create it.
  • Be proactive rather than reactive.