Community Workshops Coming Soon!

Community Workshops Coming Soon!

Currituck County Planning Staff will begin hosting community-wide workshops at the end of October. The purpose of the workshops will be to provide information on the project, gather input on opportunities and challenges in the county, and gauge the public’s...

Consider the Commute

Did you know that 81% of the Currituck County workforce commutes outside of the county? Over half of those who leave the county for work are commuting to the Hampton Roads area of Virginia. Significant retail leakage, in which resident spending occurs outside of the...
Housing Snapshot

Housing Snapshot

The infographic shown here displays a snapshot of the current housing stock in Currituck County. As you can see, the scale is tipped heavily toward single family homes. With the need to add at least 207 additional dwelling units per year (see post on Aug. 11), serious...
Home Sweet Home

Home Sweet Home

Currituck’s projected population growth will create the need for 4,148 new dwelling units, over the next 20 years, to accommodate new year-round residents. That translates into adding at least 207 dwelling units per year to keep up with predicted demand.  New housing...
The Generation that Keeps on Booming

The Generation that Keeps on Booming

In the previous post, we shared that Currituck County’s population will increase by 42.5% by the year 2035. But what does that growth look like? The infographics above provide a breakdown of Currituck’s population growth by age group. The County will experience growth...
Here we GROW!

Here we GROW!

Currituck County is the fastest growing county in North Carolina’s ten county Albemarle region. Within the next 20 years, the population of Currituck is expected to increase by 42.5 percent, adding 10,877 new residents. According to growth projections published by the...

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