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Norfolk Director of Emergency Preparedness Wins National Award
Redick created “Operation Brother’s Keeper,” a program similar to one in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina, that local, state and federal resources and manpower to assist the public through faith-based organizations in Hampton Roads. Read on...
Governor McAuliffe Requests Federal Disaster Declaration Following Hurricane Matthew
The Governor requested Individual Assistance Programs and Small Business Administration disaster loans for the cities of Chesapeake, Hampton, Newport News, Norfolk, Portsmouth, Suffolk, and Virginia Beach, as well as Isle of Wight and York.. Read on...
Norfolk’s Own to Lead Second Largest City in the Southeast
Marcus D. Jones, Norfolk City Manager, Named Charlotte City Manager Read on...
City Cleanup Continues For Residential Vegetative and Construction Storm Debris
The contractor is currently prioritizing debris removal based on the areas where Hurricane Matthew damaged the most. Read on...
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Happy 10th Birthday to #NorfolkVA Public Art!!! What’s your
favorite piece? Share your faves as we showcase ten of our
favorite art-installations from the last decade! Keep an eye on
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WWll Map Needs Your Help
A map made by children and an art teacher in a Japanese internment camp in the Philippians was named recently as one of Virginia's top 10 most endangered artifacts. See the map and how you can help in the video above. 

Norfolk Fire Rescue Delivers Smoke Alarms
And Important Safety Message 
Norfolk Fire Rescue is mid-way through its 3 year campaign to reach every household in the city to make sure each home has a working smoke alarm, and put one up if it doesn't.

Companies go out into the neighborhoods on Saturdays and Sundays, NFR Chief Wise told Council. He also urged people to "check the date" on an alarm, because it can lose sensitivity after 10 years. Info on smoke alarms. If you need an alarm, call Norfolk Cares at 664-6510.

Residents Do Not Need to Request Bulk Waste Pickups 
If we don’t pick it up, leave it out. City crews have a lot of storm debris to pick up and may not get to yours right away. Details