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Norfolk Receives Federal Funding to Improve Waterfront Properties
Norfolk will receive up to $200,000 in grant funding to improve Harbor Park, Newton’s Creek watershed and Fort Norfolk areas. Norfolk is one of 19 cities nationwide to receive a grant as part of the EPA’s Brownfields Area-Wide Planning Program. Read on...
City Council actions on the January 10, 2017 formal agenda.
The current City Council Agenda actions are available here
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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
Norfolk ARTS!
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Discarding Trees and Excess Holiday Trashtree
Natural Trees
are collected for composting on regular trash day. Place at the curb and remove all tinsel, ornaments, lights and the stand. 

Artificial Trees, with ornaments removed, and other excess holiday waste that doesn't fit in the trash bin should be scheduled for bulk waste collection on your regular trash collection day by contacting the Norfolk Cares Center at (757) 664-6510 or online.

Recycling Center: Norfolk residents can bring natural and artificial trees, discarded holiday lights or other electronics to the Household Hazardous Waste Collection Center, 1176 Pineridge Road, Monday through Saturday, 10 am – 2 pm 

Garbage, recycling, bulk and yard waste collection are operating as scheduled.