Kill Devil Hills Town Hall lifts customer restrictions starting Monday

Kill Devil Hills town hall is adjacent to Wright Brothers National Memorial. [Town of KDH photo]

The Town of Kill Devil Hills will be re-opening its doors to the public on Monday, June 14, 2021, during regular business hours (M-F, 8-5 p.m.).

Due to safety measures in place for employees and customers, access to the Town Hall was previously granted by appointment only as we were navigating our way through the COVID-19 pandemic.

With Governor Roy Cooper easing state restrictions earlier this month, the availability of the COVID-19 vaccine, and additional safety resources that are now available, the town is taking this step forward in returning to its regular operations.

Although our doors will be open for citizens to conduct business with us at their leisure, citizens are still encouraged to visit our website (www.kdhnc.com), call, or email the department in which they are needing assistance, as many services can be provided remotely.
Finance Department

The Finance Department encourages customers to continue to take advantage of its dropbox located outside of the Police Department to submit payments.

Fire Department
The Fire Department has resumed selling its t-shirts to the public.

Planning and Inspections Department
The Planning Department would like to encourage customers to continue to use the backdoor of their department for entry (if physically able). The dropbox and permit box will remain in place and their use is strongly encouraged. The Planning and Inspections Department will continue to accept online permit applications for review and issuance. For new dwellings and residential or commercial additions, applications will need to be made in person.

All town departments will have hand sanitizer for use and face masks available for those who prefer to wear them. The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services recommends that people who are not vaccinated wear a mask and maintain social distancing.

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