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New Traffic Pattern Coming to I-264 East Newtown Rd Exits
Ramp 15B closing for demolition and replacement Read on...
Zoo Exhibits Crocodiles for the First Time in 117-Year History
The Virginia?Zoo’s new World of Reptiles has become home to Siamese crocodiles, regarded as one of the most critically endangered crocodiles in the world. Read on...
Norfolk Finalizes Green Infrastructure Plan as Part of $4.6 Million Grant
Norfolk is taking a strategic approach to its natural environment with the creation of a new Green Infrastructure Plan. Read on...
Get Your Neighborhood Green On With a Retain Your Rain Project
Grants up to $2,500 available for neighborhood projects Read on...
Mayor Kenneth Cooper Alexander Becomes Chair of Hampton Roads Military & Federal Facilities Alliance
On June 21, 2018, Norfolk Mayor Kenneth Cooper Alexander assumed the role of Board Chair of the Hampton Roads Military and Federal Facilities Alliance (HRMFFA). Read on...
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Retain Your Rain
Apply for a Retain Your Rain mini grant and install a green infrastructure project in your neighborhood!
Green infrastructure projects include rain gardens, rain barrels, bioswales, tree plantings, and any other 'green' project that can help reduce nuisance flooding. Neighborhood groups can apply for up to $2,500 and technical assistance to install their project! Learn more | Apply

*Applications are due September 2nd!*

Norfolk Nighthawks is back
Norfolk Nighthawks is back!
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