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Outer Banks Beach Nourishment

The towns of Duck, Southern Shores, Kitty Hawk and Kill Devil Hills are getting More Beach To Love in 2017!

What is Beach Nourishment?

Beach nourishment is the process of pumping sand on to an eroding shoreline to widen the existing beach. Sources for sand may include a nearby sandbar, a dredged source such as an inlet or waterway, or an offshore borrow site along the ocean floor. The widened shoreline provides increased defense from coastal storms and beach erosion protecting property, communities and infrastructure located along the shoreline.

Where can I find more information on 2017 Beach Nourishment?

For estimated construction times for planning purposes click on the links below for the most updated information.

More Beach to Love
www.Morebeachtolove.com

Current Beach Nourishment Project Updates

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Town of Duck


Find the town of Duck beach nourishment updates here
1.7 miles of shoreline, from Oyster Catcher Lane to the Army Corps of Engineers Field Research Facility
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Town of Kitty Hawk


Find the town of Kitty Hawk beach nourishment updates here
3.58 miles of shoreline, from the Southern Shores to Kill Devil Hills town lines
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Town of Kill Devil Hills


Find the town of Kill Devil Hills beach nourishment updates here
2.6 miles of shoreline, from the Kitty Hawk town line to Prospect Avenue
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Town of Southern Shores


Find the town of Southern Shores beach nourishment updates here
2,500 feet of shoreline, from the Kitty Hawk town line to 44 Ocean Boulevard

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