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

Governor Declares State of Emergency

Governor Pat McCrory has declared a state of emergency for all 100 counties in North Carolina today in preparation for severe weather that is predicted to cause severe flooding throughout the state.

Hurricane Information

For updates on Hurricane Joaquin and how it may affect the Outer Banks:

Dare County:                                   

Currituck County:                          

Outer read more

Resort Rodanthe Annual Meeting Canceled

The Resort Rodanthe annual owners meeting set for this Saturday, October 3 has been canceled due to the threat of Hurricane Joaquin.  It will be rescheduled for a later date.

Hurricane Joaquin Blowing Through

We are watching this storm very closely and will take the necessary precautions at our various properties as needed, depending on the path of the hurricane. We will not be updating individual association websites one by one during the hurricane, so please check back here periodically. Also, “Like” read more

Light at the End of the Tunnel

Or should we say “light at the end of the bridge”?  Finally, good news and progress on the Bonner Bridge replacement over Oregon Inlet.  See this story on Outer Banks Voice: