One Voice to Preserve,
Protect & Enhance the
Currituck Outer Banks


The Corolla Civic Association’s (CCA) main purpose is to promote the interests and welfare of its members by providing information on subjects of interest to the Currituck Outer Banks community. Our goal is to be the voice and conscience of the community, based on member input. When appropriate, the CCA will speak as one voice for all of its members to both the community and government bodies.

CCA works to find common ground to bring us together as a community – residents, owners, businesses and developers – to make the Currituck Outer Banks a place that people want to live, visit and vacation year after year.

Communicate information of local interest through newsletters, Facebook and our website

Host monthly meetings with the community to discuss critical issues and bring in relevant guest speakers and programs

Lead legal actions on behalf of our members to protect their rights and property values


On March 19th, 2024, the North Carolina Court of Appeals issued a unanimous opinion that Currituck County cannot use Occupancy Tax (OT) to fund public safety services and equipment because those are not “tourism-related expenditures.” The Court of Appeals also reversed the trial judge’s dismissal of all other alleged illegal spending issues raised in the complaint, remanding those matters to trial court for further proceedings. Simply put, the ruling prohibits the use of OT for public safety spending. READ MORE BELOW…


It’s like David and Goliath. A small community fighting big government. Although the beach area generates more than half of the total County tax revenue and almost all the tourism revenue, the beach taxpayers have virtually no say in County government. Miniscule little CCA needs your help before Corolla’s needs are totally crushed by the County colossus.

Please help CCA raise the funds necessary to hire strong, experienced appellate counsel to assist our local attorney in making our case to the North Carolina Court of Appeals. We need to raise $100,000+ over the next three months to be able to move forward to protect the rights of the citizens of our community who have very little voice in a County whose main concern about the Currituck OBX seems to be how much money can be milked from it. Learn More


February 3, 2023
BOC Retreat Beach Report

Currituck County Website


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