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Jun 08

Care and Feeding of Your Trees

Posted to Come Home to Norfolk by Jay TeWalt

A replay of a previous blog by City Forester Michael Nentwich. 


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Oct 24

Parking in Norfolk just got a lot easier and more convenient.

Posted to Current Topics by Sandy Hemingway

New parking meters will now accept credit cards in addition to coins and smart cards.Current smart card users can get a free exchange for a new smart card. Smartphone users need to download an app.The new meters will take about 5 days to install, beginning from Tuesday, Oct. 25. Vehicles parked in a space where an old meter is swapped for a new meter will receive two hours free parking from the time the new meter is installed. New multi-space meters will replace the parking meters on the Granby Municipal Lot at 400 Granby Street and the Education Lot at the corner of St. Paul’s Blvd. and City Hall Ave. Check or visit the parking service office at 222 E. Main Street for more info.

Sep 08

Hello Neighbor, its Norfolk Neighborhood Month!

Posted to Welcome to the Neighborhood by Jodi Dunkel

September is Norfolk’s Neighborhood Month and the Department of Neighborhood Development has planned a month full of activities that continues to create and develop neighborhoods of choice.

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