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Welcome to Colington Harbour!

Colington Harbour is a private gated subdivision situated in the heart of the Outer Banks. With over 2,400 lots, the “Harbour” is also the largest, and serves as home to a thriving boating community featuring miles of canals and scenic sound front homes along the beautiful Albemarle Sound.

Originally developed as a mix of retirement and vacation cottages, the Harbour has grown into the permanent residence for thousands of families and children galore. The deep water canals, ideal location, and friendly faces of our residents have made our community one of the premier destinations along the Atlantic coast.

Amenities within our neighborhood include a huge sound side park with sandy beaches, a playground, and sheltered picnic areas, a basketball court, as well as a kayak rack, boat launch and boat slips for rent. For a nominal fee, residents may also join the Yacht and Racket Club, which allows use of the two outdoor swimming pools, tennis courts, and community clubhouse.

As a reminder, throughout the year, please always abide by the Parks’s rules.


Harbour Headlines Newsletter

The Harbour Headlines is no longer being published due to the cost and lack of paid advertising. Information for our residents is now being distributed via E-Blasts (emails), our Facebook page, and our website, www.colingtonharbour.net. If you are not receiving the E-Blasts, or following us on Facebook, please use the form on the right hand side of the page under the ‘Contact CHA’ heading to sign up.

Click here for all previous editions of the Harbour Headlines!


UPDATED – 10/27/20 – IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT FOR ALL RESIDENTS OF COLINGTON HARBOUR

The pavement rejuvenation, scheduled to begin on October 5th, will now take place December 1st through December 7th. All roads in the northern section of Colington Harbour (Colington Drive and all side roads that intersect with Colington Drive) will undergo an asphalt rejuvenation process. See updated details below under “Recent Posts” for how this will affect you.


COLINGTON HARBOUR ANNOUNCEMENTS

Check ‘Recent Posts’ block below for more CHA news/announcements

HOLIDAY BOAT PARADE – Colington Harbour Yacht Club

DECEMBER 12…. STARTING AT 4:45….. WITH A SURPRISE ENTRANT.
Please read the following as there are a few changes in the set up for the parade. It’s a little different than previous years.
First, there will be a five piece brass band that will start the show at 4:45, in the harbor, playing Christmas carols. They will be playing on Scot’s large pontoon. The remainder of the boats should gather in the Brigantine canal (same place we gather for the blessing) at 4:45. At around 5:00, all boats will head out into the harbor and begin circling. Monitor Channel 68 for any changes or information
PLEASE NOTE, WHEN APPROACHING THE JUDGES AREA, DO NOT STOP YOUR BOAT. PLEASE CONTINUE AT A CONSTANT SPEED PAST THE JUDGING AREA! The captains have limited visibility with all the lights.
1st Place $75, 2nd Place $50, 3rd Place $25
Unfortunately, due to social distancing, hot chocolate will not be able to be served. However, all is not lost, there will be cookies and cider set up at a nearby table. We ask that you keep proper spacing when in line for the goodies and while watching the parade. Face masks are required.
So, boaters light up your vessel. Everyone else, come out and enjoy the show!

REMINDER: Signage in Colington Harbour

No signs are permitted on properties within Colington Harbour. See Article VII, Section 1, of the Colington Harbour Covenants, 2005 (Colington Harbour Covenants) for details.
‘Campaign’ (political) signs, as defined by Dare County Statute, are permitted 6 weeks prior to the election and must be removed no later than 10 days after the election.

SPEED LIMITS WITHIN THE COMMUNITY

The posted speed limit throughout the harbour is 25 mph. Please abide by this speed limit.
Pedestrian and Cyclists
Please use caution, as a driver, to ensure the safety of everyone. Blind drives, curves, and narrow shoulders throughout the neighborhood, can lead to accidents that we can avoid if we use caution.

Cyclists should ride on the right hand side of the road, riding with traffic. Use caution when approaching curves and blind drives. Pedestrians should walk on the left hand side of the road, also using caution. Walking or riding a bicycle on the wrong side of the road can cause unexpected obstacles to drivers.

Our roads are extremely narrow. Please, be courteous to all!!.

DREDGING HAS BEEN COMPLETED

Dredging has been successfully completed!!! We want to thank all the volunteers from the Yacht Club who came out to assist our team. We appreciate all your help. The sound front is now reopened for everyone to enjoy!! Thank you for your patience. See ‘Recent Posts’ below for sounding details.

UPDATE – Limb and Branch Removal Program

Sector 1 is now complete. IF YOU ARE IN SECTOR 1, PLEASE, DO NOT PUT OUT ANYMORE BRUSH.
Sector 2 of the Limb/Branch Removal Program will begin November 16th – November 27th.

Please see guidelines and further information below under ‘Recent Posts’.

Access to Dare Community Crime Line

Dare Community Crime Line!

COVID-19 Announcements

We have decided to keep our office open to the public, while attempting to conduct as much business as possible through email and phone. We will continue to limit the visits to one person at a time. If anything can be handled via phone please call us at 252-441-5886 or email us at: colingtonadmin@colingtonharbour.net

Important Reading

We are having many issues at the gate, with vehicles in the left lane, not yielding to the vehicles in the right lane. If you use the left lane, you MUST STOP at the gate house, then yield to any vehicles in the right lane before proceeding to the second STOP sign. Please inform any visitors, friends, or family of this regulation. This is for everyone’s safety.





Click here to visit the Colington Harbour Marketplace – A new (and free) Service for Harbour residents!



Can you believe it is almost Fall????

It is time to clean out some clutter! Whether you are looking to sell these items or just give them away, why not consider listing them on the CHA Marketplace? It is easy and FREE!! You can also list services that you provide for neighbors in the community (i.e.: lawn maintenance, painting).

This is not a yard sale – groups of people will not be arriving at your doorstep. You and the buyer decide on how to exchange the items.

To begin, just click on the sentence above.

A place for CHA members (lot owner(s) to advertise items for sale, items wanted, services offered, or services needed. Unlike many other sites, this site will be monitored, and all ads will be screened prior to being listed.


2021 SCHEDULE OF CHA BOARD OF DIRECTORS’ MEETINGS (All meetings are held at the CH Clubhouse)

January February 1/12 @ 9 am 2/9 @ 9 am 1/19 @ 7 pm March April 3/9 @ 9 am 4/10 @ 10 am (Annual Member Mtg.) 3/16 @ 7 pm 4/13 @ 9 am May June 5/11 @ 9 am 6/8 @ 9 am 5/18 @ 7 pm July August 7/13 @ 9 am 8/10 @ 9 am 7/20 @ 7 pm September October 9/14 @ 9 am 10/12 @ 9 am 9/21 @ 7 pm November December 11/9 @ 9 am 12/14 @ 9 am 11/16 @ 7 pm