Convenience Site Decal Requirement Effective in 2021

Beginning on January 1, 2021, county residents must have a new solid waste permit decal displayed on their vehicle’s windshield when utilizing one of Currituck’s convenience centers. Citizens will receive these decals when they receive their property tax bill. Two decals are included in the mailing of each property tax bill from the Currituck County Tax Office.

The purpose behind this permit program is to help ensure that only Currituck County residents are disposing of wastes at the convenience sites. Financially, the county incurs a cost for the transport of solid wastes. This program will help prevent non-resident and commercial users from driving up that cost by illegally using the convenience centers.

The decal is not a sticker, but a static cling that will not leave adhesive residue on the windshield. Decals should be applied to the inside of the vehicle’s windshield in the lower corner on the driver’s side.

A list of convenience center locations is available here.