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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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Farewell to Buck Browder!

We are sad to announce that Buck Browder, our Well Technician and RO guru, will be leaving Bogue Banks Water after 9 years of dedicated service. We wish him all the best as he pursues new and exciting challenges with his future employer. We have appreciated all his hard work on our valued customers behalf. We will miss him!

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Backflow/Cross Contamination Update

June 19, 2018

We are making great progress, thanks to the hard work of our Backflow Inspector, Shaun Toms, and his assistant, Sharon Guthrie. Many thanks and appreciation to them, and to those of you who have responded to the certified letters we have sent out regarding your specific need for one of these devices. If you have not received a certified letter, you do not need to be concerned with installing a backflow prevention device at this time.

We continue to send out certified letters to those homeowners whose property(s) contains a moderate or severe hazard (see our policy for more information on this) and have not yet installed a backflow prevention device. If you receive one of these letters,...

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Water Wisely

Water Wisely

June 01, 2018

It is just as important to conserve water OUTSIDE your home as it is INSIDE your home.  Lush green lawns, bright colorful flower gardens, bountiful vegetable harvests —these add beauty and enjoyment to your home. But grass and flowers and vegetables require water, and they can sometimes consume massive amounts of this precious natural resource. So how can you water wisely? How can you conserve water in your yard?

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