News & Updates

More GOOD NEWS! After a devastating fire over a year ago, the new Monteray Pines 816 building is now ready for move in!!!

We are EXCITED to Congratulate the following communities for earning a Community Association Excellence Seal of Distinction thorough CAI-NC.

Arlington Place Property Owners Association, Inc.

Beacon Villas at Corolla Light Association, Inc.

Ocean Crest Property Owners Association, Inc.

Sea Dunes Homeowners Association, Inc.

This new program is unique in recognizing solid leadership on the part of both managers and community boards. You can all be proud that your communities have earned this honor, through great leadership and strong community values.

Hurricane Florence, Mandatory Evacuation

We are watching Hurricane Florence closely and monitoring its potential path.

We will be taking the necessary precautions to secure items in the common areas such as pool furniture. Seaside Management does not secure any of your deck furniture or other personal property. Please make arrangements with your rental companies or maintenance personnel to secure those items. For buildings with elevators, they will be locked off on one of the upper floors to prevent flood damage to the cab. They will return to operation as soon as the storm passes.

Please note that Dare County has issued a mandatory evacuation for residents and visitors. For more information and continuous updates throughout the storm, please visit the Dare County Emergency Management website:…/emergency-manag…/hurricane-florence

For those with residence in Currituck County please visit their website at

For additional local information, here are some helpful websites:
Outer Banks Voice:

Seaside Management, AAMC

Seaside Management has recently joined the elite group of community association management companies who have earned the Accredited Association Management Company (AAMC) designation through the Community Associations Institute (CAI). We are proud to say that we are the only Accredited Association Management Company in Northeastern North Carolina and one of only 150 management companies nationwide who have earned the highest level of professional recognition in the community association field.

To earn the prestigious AAMC distinction, management companies must meet stringent requirements set forth by CAI. Some of these requirements include having multiple years of experience in the association management field based on client verification, at least half of the managers having been at the company for at least two years and hold a professional management credential, and having a Professional Community Association Manager (PCAM) designee as one of the company’s senior managers. The PCAM is the highest professional recognition available nationwide to managers who specialize in community association management, and Kelly holds this designation.

As you may or may not know, managers employed by Seaside Management continue their professional education through advanced management courses offered by CAI. Through the knowledge, experience, and integrity necessary to obtain their professional designations, our managers are able to provide knowledgeable management services to you and your Association.

We enjoy working with you all and would like to thank you for the opportunity to be your management company.  We appreciate the confidence you have placed in us and will continue to provide you with top-notch service.

A Big Winter Welcome

Baby it’s cold outside, snow and ice on the ground the first week of January, and freezing temperatures for more than a week.  But we’ve hit the (frozen) ground running and offer a very warm welcome to two new associations.  The Villas at Corolla Bay (in Corolla, of course) and OceanCrest (in Duck).  Looking forward to many years together!

Welcome Palmers Island

We are pleased to welcome Palmers Island Club POA to our portfolio of managed associations. Palmers Island is situated in the northernmost stretch of oceanfront in Dare County, with sweeping views of ocean and sound, sunrise and sunset.  Glad to have them aboard!

Pay Assessment Online

To pay your assessment online, click here for the Pay Assessment page.  You will need the Management ID, Association ID and Account ID printed on your coupon.

Dare County Prepares for Dangerous Conditions; Road Closures May Become Necessary With Heavy Rain and Wind

From Dare County

October 7, 2016 12:30 p.m. 

The Dare County Control Group met this morning to review the latest information from the National Weather Service concerning dangerous conditions that are expected this weekend due to Hurricane Matthew.

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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
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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 Currituck Club Fitness Center.  We will still address all items currently on the agenda and handle the business of the association, but will expedite where possible as The Currituck Club annual meeting is held just following, at 11:00.

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
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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
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