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40 ft. duck sculpture by artist Florentijn Hofman floating in the Hague Inlet for the Chrysler Museum grand re-opening. Norfolk is only the 2nd city in the U.S. Rubber Duck has appeared.

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General District Court is Closed Today
General District courts will be closed today due to carbon monoxide but will reopen tomorrow. Read on...
New Special Event Permit Partners City and Businesses
Norfolk City Council approved a new special event permit which provides an opportunity for private businesses to host public parties in a safe environment. Read on...
Joint Message Regarding Safety, October 28, 2014
In an effort to keep you informed, the City of Norfolk, Norfolk Public Schools, the Norfolk Police Department and Norfolk Fire-Rescue have partnered to deliver this message to our community. Additional Info...
Norfolk Mixes Art and History for Upcoming Exhibit
Selden exhibit opens Oct. 30 to showcase Cemeteriescape photo contest contenders. All photos for sale to benefit cemetery conservation and volunteer efforts. Read on...
Give Your Input on Norfolk’s 2015 Priorities
The public comment period for Norfolk’s Draft 2015 Priorities is open and citizens are encouraged to review and provide their input. Read on...
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Impact Center and officialsA Welcoming Gateway to City Services
Residents are increasingly finding an easy way to connect with city government, the Norfolk Cares Impact Center. In the most recent fiscal year, the professional 12-member crew answered more than 133,000 calls, 8,000 e-mails, 35,000 online requests and growing number of queries through a new i-phone app. Center staff used community events to carry their message further. Reaching the call center is the beginning of a relationship as staff work with residents and workers to fulfill requests, shepherd complaints, and resolve issues. Norfolk’s center has gained recognition among a group of much larger 311 centers for its ability to give quality service without the advantage of large data centers and staffing. More 

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