News & Updates

Heavy Rain and Flash Flooding Expected this Weekend

Latest News from Dare County:

October 6, 2016  2:30 p.m. 

No Travel Restrictions in Place or Anticipated with Matthew’s Current Track

The latest forecast from the National Hurricane Center continues to keep Hurricane Matthew south of the Outer Banks. Due to some uncertainty read more

The Hammocks Meeting Back on for Saturday

Due to the recent changes in the path of Hurricane Matthew, The Hammocks Community Association has decided to hold the meeting as previously scheduled for this Saturday, October 8 at 9:30.  The location has changed and will be held in the read more

County Continues to Monitor Hurricane Matthew

Dare County Control Group Continues to Closely Monitor Hurricane Matthew

The Dare County Control Group met again this morning to review Hurricane Matthew. The current forecast from the National Hurricane Center shows the storm tracking further south than previously predicted and away from read more

Annual Homeowner Meetings Canceled 10/8/16 & 10/10/16

As we do not want any owners to travel to the Outer Banks with the oncoming Hurricane Matthew, all Annual Meetings set for this week have been canceled, including:

  • Pine Island POA
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Dare County Issues State of Emergency 10/4/16 5pm

A State of Emergency has been issued for Dare County and all six towns following a meeting of the Dare County Control Group Tuesday afternoon. The emergency declarations are effective immediately and allow local officials to implement protective measures – including read more

Tropical Storm Hermine

Update from Dare County Public Relations:

Make Final Storm Preparations and Travel Decisions Before Storm Conditions Arrive:

A Tropical Storm Warning and Flash Flood Watch remain in effect for all areas of Dare County. A variety of impacts are expected as Tropical Storm Hermine approaches, including read more

Welcome Slash Creek

We’re pleased to share our recent partnership with Slash Creek, a condominium and boat slip property on Hatteras Island.  We began the management transition in mid-April and things have been going great.  Thanks to all of the owners for offering such a great welcome!

Welcome Two Associations

We extend a warm welcome to two community associations that have chosen Seaside Management as their management company. First is The Waterfront Condominiums in Manteo, the second is Bias Shores in Duck.  Welcome, and thanks!

Holding On a Little Longer

Well, most of Joaquin has passed.  We still have one more round of high tide to go and then we think it’ll be gone for good.  No major damage at any of our properties, other than the normal wind driven rain, missing roof shingles and sand and debris blowing around. The dunes took a hard hit read more

Today’s Hurricane Update

This from Dare County Emergency Management:

The Dare County Control Group met this morning to review the latest information from the National Weather Service.  Confidence has increased significantly with the forecast track of Hurricane Joaquin and it is very likely that the storm will move northeast, read more