Category Archives: Norfolk
For those unable to go shopping, some information on home delivery utilizing the internet. Please remember to tip these delivery drivers as they are providing a great service for us at this time. Stay safe and be well. amazon.com for … Continue reading
A community public safety day will be held on June 2, 2018 at the Target Department Store located at 1245 N. Military Highway. Event will run from 10 am to 1 pm.
6th Annual EOV Neighborhood Cleanup will be held April 21, 2018 starting at 9 am. Volunteers will meet at the EOV Rec Center 9520 20th Bay St at 8:30 am. Free lunch for all volunteers. Join the fun.
A special thanks goes out to Randy and Arlene Wright for hosting an exceptional community “meet and greet” for Mayor elect Kenny Alexander and Super Ward 6 Councilwoman elect Andria McClellan at their home on June 29, 2016. The Wrights … Continue reading
FEMA, working with Norfolk, has been updating flood maps for our area — these updated maps will be available soon. In the interim, you can go to Norfolk websites to review flood information to include inserting your address to see … Continue reading
If you use 30th Bay St between Pleasant Ave and Pretty Lake Ave, use extreme caution transiting the speed humps. Norfolk is making adjustments to the humps to prevent street flooding — the humps were not properly installed.
Everyone is cordially invited to attend the October EOV Civic League meeting. Our Ward 5 Councilman, Mr. Tommy Smigiel, will be the guest speaker. He’ll be addressing upcoming development activities in our area, and will allow time for Q&A. The … Continue reading
Everyone is cordially invited to join us for our first meeting of the fall season. Mr. James Rogers, Director, Dept of Neighborhood Development, City of Norfolk, will be our guest speaker. He’ll be accompanied by Mr. Chuck Rigney, Acting Director, … Continue reading
The July 26th beach and beach access way cleanup went well — more than 15 BBP folks showed up and actively participated. Special thanks goes to Roger Eyrolles for leading this effort. Participates suggested another cleanup right after labor day … Continue reading
Ocean View Shoreline Project Update