Welcome! Norfolk’s civic associations contribute to the city’s long-standing reputation of resident involvement and neighborhood pride. These groups make a positive impact every day in their neighborhoods and have a strong influence in shaping Norfolk’s policies. A list of civic associations is available in both a spreadsheet and a PDF.
Covid-19 Note: The meeting times and locations are pre-Covid-19. It is advisable to contact the individual civic league for up to date information.
The City of Norfolk does not regulate civic leagues, but it does rely on civic associations to provide us accurate contact information. The Department of Neighborhood Development maintains a database of civic leagues, neighborhood business associations, tenant associations, and home owners/condo associations if they provide information. Contact information provided is used by City Council members and City departments to send notices, extend invitations to events, and to seek input regarding neighborhoods. It is important for neighborhood civic associations to use the form below to help the City stay in touch. If you have any questions, feel free to email neighborhood engage.
Civic League Online Update / Registration
Register or update your neighborhood civic league information.
To learn if your neighborhood has a civic league, you may also use the Norfolk AIR map application. Enter your street address, select the "Info" tab on the left border, and pull down the "Civic" drop-down menu.
If your neighborhood doesn’t have a civic league and a group of neighbors is interested in forming one, The Department of Neighborhood Development can assist. You can view your Neighborhood Service Area and contact your Neighborhood Development Specialist or contact neighborhood engage.