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See the Emergency Preparedness page for complete information.
You can find upcoming Town Council meetings on their webpage.
Visit our Staff Directory for full contact information for the Town of Morehead City.
City Hall is open from 8 am to 5 pm every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday excluding holidays.
City Hall is located at 706 Arendell Street on Highway Number 70 East/Arendell Street between 6th and 7th Streets. There is hour parking in front of City Hall and parking to the side and rear of the building.
For the convenience of our citizens, Morehead City maintains a Commercial Mail Receiving Agency Post Office within City Hall with limited services. The hours of operation are the same as City Hall, from 8 am to 5 pm every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday excluding legal holidays.
For information call 252-726-6848, ext. 112 or 131.
Traffic violations are remanded to the Carteret County Clerk of Court at 252-838-8141.
Birth, marriage, death and other personal records are maintained by the Carteret County Register of Deeds Office at 252-728-8474.
For any voting questions or information call the Carteret County Board of Elections at 252-728-4583.
At each regularly scheduled Council Meeting there is always a section called "Citizen Requests/Comments". This time is specially designated for any individual to address the Council about a particular concern regarding Morehead City. For more information on this process call the City Clerk at 252-726-6848, ext. 139.
North Carolina City and County Management Association (NCCCMA) and the University of North Carolina School of Government offer a new resource for helping the public appreciate and understand local government. Local Government in North Carolina is free and online. This fourth edition has been up-dated to reflect recent changes and revised for a general audience. It is now available in three formats:
This resource is sponsored by the North Carolina City and County Managers Association as a part of its Civic Education Committee's work. Your local government may also have helped sponsor it by participating in NCCCMA's "Nickel Offense."