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The Whalehead Property Owners Association (WPOA) provides a united voice for members to collectively preserve, protect and improve our beloved community. The spirit of cooperation among our group also carries over into issues affecting the entire Outer Banks area.

Saturday October 10,2015 from 3-6 PM.  Afternoon of Fall WPOA meeting.

Corolla Light Resort will be hosting a trade show called C.H.I.M.E (Coastal Home Improvement & Maintenance Expo) to provide a service to local homeowners by connecting them with licensed, insured, and reputable local contractors. The event will be held on Saturday October 10, 2015 from 3 PM – 6 PM at the Richard A. Brindley Sports Center. A diverse assortment of trades and services will be sought in order to increase the appeal, relevance, and success of the trade show for exhibitors and attendees alike.


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Currituck County will be implementing the new Corolla Way Finding  Sign Package during June 2015.

Click on the PDF below to view the content of the Way Finding Sign Package.

   Corolla Way Finding Sign Pacjkage

Way Finding
Sign Pacjkage

The following Way Finding Signs types are of particular interest to people using the Whalehead Beach subdivision:

1. The Type B signs (page 4) are proposed to be installed in the county parking lots
2. The Type C signs (beginning page 5) will be installed along NC 12 and within the Whalehead subdivision
3. The Type D signs (page 19) are proposed for the dune walkovers along Lighthouse Drive
4. The Type D signs (page 19) are proposed for the dune walkovers along Lighthouse Drive
5. The Type E signs (page 21) are proposed for the beach side of the dune walkovers.




Click on the link below to view the water Quality Reports for Currituck County.  There are reports for several years for the “Mainland”, “Ocean Sands” and the “Southern Outer Banks Water ” systems. Whalehead Beach is severed by the Southern Outer Banks Water System.  Once you are connnected to the site that contains the reports, simply click on the year of interest for the water system of interest.


   Signage     System


Currituck County is in the process of installing new and additional signage at the present time. See the PDF for details of the Wayfinding and Identification Signage System.