FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS AND COMMON ITEMS OF INTEREST IN AB (BROCHURE)
1. Who are the local utility companies, and how can they be contacted?
Water: Town of Atlantic Beach,(252)726-1366. Electricity: Duke Energy Progress, (800)419-6356 or Carteret-Craven Electric, (252)247-3107. Telephone: CenturyLink, (800)475-7526. Cable: Time Warner Cable, (252)223-5011.
2. When is recycling picked up?
Recycling is picked up every Monday. Recycling bins are available for free at the Atlantic Beach Public Services building during regular business hours.
3. What do I do if my trash can disappears or breaks?
Replacement trash cans can be purchased at the Town Hall for $70.00. Replacement wheel and axle sets can be purchased at the Town Hall for $27.50. Replacement upper or lower bars may be purchased at the Town Hall for $10.00 each. It is recommended that homeowners paint their street address on their garbage cart.
4. I changed my name and/or address. How do I change that information on my taxes and water accounts?
Changes to tax accounts may be provided to the Tax Collector at (252)726-2121, but must also be provided to the County Tax office at (252)728-8535 as our tax information is imported annually from the County records. Information on water accounts may be changed by contacting the Billing Clerk at (252)726-1366.
5. Where can I register to vote?
Registration forms for voting are available at the Atlantic Beach Town Hall and at the Carteret County Board of Elections office in Beaufort, (252) 728-8460.
6. When are vehicles allowed on the beach?
Beach driving is allowed from October 1st through March 15. Annual beach permits are available for purchase for $50 (residents) and $75 (non-residents) at the Town Hall during regular business hours and at the Fire Department on the weekends. A valid drivers license and registration card for a four-wheel drive vehicle must be presented at time of purchase. ATV's are not allowed to drive on the beach at any time.
7. May I camp out, ride horses or have fires on the beach?
Due to safety, the Town ordinances prohibit camping, horseback riding and fires on the beach.
8. In the event of a hurricane, how would I be able to return to my residence after the storm?
The Town provides AB real/personal property owners and active AB businesses with up to two free permanent re-entry passes per parcel number on record with the Carteret County Tax office upon receipt and verification of a completed Re-Entry Permit Application. Additional permits may be purchased for $25 each by the current property owner if needed. All permits shall convey upon sale of the property to the new owners.
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