Office Closed 9/7/20

The Seaside Management Office will be closed on Monday September 7th for Labor Day.

If you have an emergency, please call our office line at 252-261-1200 and follow the prompts to contact the on-call manager. Have a wonderful weekend!

Association Pool Openings/Closings

October 5, 2020:

All outdoor pools are now closed for the season with the exception of the Sea Dunes community pool.

Community Pool Update

We know that all of you are curious as to when the pool will open and what this summer might hold.  As of right now, community pools are closed by the North Carolina Governor’s state orders. We do not have a clear picture what the specific guidance and regulations concerning read more

Coronavirus COVID-19 Update

As Coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to present a global concern, we wanted to let you know that we here at Seaside Management remain committed to supporting you and your community association during this challenging time.

We are closely monitoring the COVID-19 situation and have centered our response read more

Annual Meeting Season

It’s that time of year again! Many association’s annual meetings are held this month. Attending an annual meeting is the best opportunity for you to learn about this year’s events and get caught up on everything happening in your community. Here are a few items and meeting activities you read more

Hurricane Dorian

A mandatory evacuation has been issued for all Dare County visitors beginning Tuesday, September 3rd at 12:00 p.m. and all Dare County residents beginning Wednesday, September 4th at 6:00 a.m.

Currituck County has declared a State of Emergency and issued an evacuation order for the Outer Banks communities read more

Closed for Labor Day

Seaside Management will be closed Monday, September 2, 2019 for Labor Day. If you have an emergency, please call our office line at 252-261-1200 and follow the prompts to contact the on-call manager. Have a wonderful weekend!

Tips for Safe Swimming

Nothing says summer vacation like warm days spent at the pool or at the beach. Whether you’re jumping waves in the ocean or splashing around in a pool, these tips from the Federal Citizen Information Center will help keep you and your family safe this summer:

  • Learn how to swim.  Whether it’s teaching your kids to swim or as an adult, learning yourself. Check for swimming lessons in your area on USA.gov. Giving your family the basic water skills they need will help keep them safe.
  • Keep an eye on your whole family. With lots of people splashing around in a community pool, it’s easy for someone to get dunked by accident.
  • In the ocean, don’t panic in a riptide. Before your family goes in the ocean, make sure you all know what to do if you get caught in a riptide. Try to swim parallel to the shore. Don’t fight your way directly back to the beach, but swim sideways until you are out of the current. Wave for a lifeguard to help get you back to shore safely.
  • Don’t rely on floats, rafts, body boards, etc. to keep you safe in deep water if you do not know how to swim.  Use these fun summer toys closer to the beach, where you can stand.
  • Know your beach location (beach access name, cross street name, etc.) in case you need to dial 9-1-1 for help.
  • Whenever possible, swim near a lifeguard.
  • And — you’ve heard this for years — never swim alone!

Playing in the water should be a fun read more

Closed Memorial Day

Seaside Management will be closed Monday, May 27, 2019 for Memorial Day. If you have an emergency, please call our office line at 252-261-1200 and follow the prompts to contact the on-call manager. Have a wonderful weekend!

Cold Weather Tips

The cold weather has arrived on the Outer Banks and we wanted to remind all owners to ensure that their unit/home is prepared.

Please ensure that your heat remains on at all times over the next few months, we recommend setting it to at least 55 – 66 °F.  It is very important to turn off the water read more