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Bogue Banks Water Corporation is a private, non-profit water utility serving Emerald Isle, Salter Path and Indian Beach.  Although we work closely with town management, we are not affiliated with any of the three municipalities that we serve. Learn More...

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Meter Upgrades Progress Report

Our amazing technicians are moving right along with our meter upgrades! We are currently coming up the sound side of the island, and the next few weeks will be upgrading meters between Old Ferry Road and Bogue Inlet Drive.

When you see the "Meter Upgrades in Progress" sign in your neighborhood, please remember that you may expect a temporary interruption in your water service, possibly up to an hour, while they are upgrading your meter.

We appreciate your patience and cooperation during this time.

Make it a great day!

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Winterize your home

November 12, 2019

Why are frozen pipes a problematic?

Because still water freezes more quickly than running water, and water expands as it freezes, freezing temperatures overnight, while no water is moving through your pipes, is the perfect time for the water in your pipes to freeze, and expand.

Your pipes are not flexible; therefore the freezing water may very well crack the pipe, causing a major leak once the ice starts to thaw.

How to prevent frozen pipes

  1. Locate any water lines at your home in unheated areas – (crawl space, outside showers etc) and insulate them. You can purchase “pipe sleeves” or “heat tape” but even ¼” of newspaper wrapped around the pipes can provide significant protection in...

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In Flanders Fields the Poppies Grow

In Flanders Fields the Poppies Grow

November 01, 2019

November 11, 1918.

On November 11 of 1918, the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month, an armistice went into effect, a cessation of hostilities between the Allied Nations and Germany, ending the “war to end all wars.”

The official end of World War I would not be declared for seven more months, at the signing of the Treaty of Versailles, but the end actually came on that November day, when the truce was signed, the opposing forces laid down their weapons, and the war known as the “Great War” was over.

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