Vehicles in the NPS parking lot on Saturday, Sept. 7, 2019. Photo: C. Leinbach

From the National Park Service:

To facilitate the post-Hurricane Dorian recovery efforts on Ocracoke, government agencies are requesting that all vehicles–golf carts, boats, trailers, recreational vehicles and other equipment–be removed from the NPS parking lot (aka the Base Docks) by noon on Monday (Sept. 16). 

The inter-agency response associated with recovery from Hurricane Dorian will need to use the parking area to facilitate recovery that support the community to stage equipment and resources. Vehicles not removed from the lot by their owners will be subject to government removal.

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  1. Yeah they should be worried about that first if flooding is still an issue there and help save peoples working cars in that lot til the flooding as receeded. My son and I had the fortunate experience going to okracoke last month for the first time and this is such a tragedy to have happen there ! The beauty and peace on the beaches is a memory we will keep forever , we will be back !

  2. When are the barges and heavy equipment arriving, to facilitate removal of drowned vehicles and mega tons of debris?

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