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Posted on: January 21, 2022

[ARCHIVED] City of Norfolk Offices to Remain Closed Due to Inclement Weather

NORFOLK, VA – Due to the impending winter weather, all City of Norfolk offices, recreation centers and libraries, including Slover Library, will remain closed on Saturday, January 22, and Sunday, January 23. This includes the Norfolk Animal Care and Adoption Center. Normal operations will resume on Monday, January 24.

Public Works crews have been actively treating underpasses, bridges and major intersections. Plowing begins when two inches of snow is accumulated, and conditions are safe to do so.

Residents are asked to stay off the roads, if possible, once the snow begins so crews can operate and emergency vehicles can respond without interference.

The York Street Garage will remain open until Sunday, January 23, at 5 p.m. Street parking is removed downtown to allow for plowing operations along Boush Street, Granby Street, Plume Street, Main Street, City Hall Avenue (in front of Fairfax Building), and the 400 Block of Monticello Avenue.

Waste Management was unable to complete all the Friday routes. Those that were not collected today will be collected on Monday, January 24. Residents can leave their cans at the curb until collected.

Residents can find more information and additional updates at www.norfolk.gov, the city’s social media platforms or by signing up for Norfolk Alert atwww.norfolk.gov/alert.

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