Category Archives: Norfolk
Repairs on the public beach accessway will begin on September 26, 2023. In addition, some damaged or ineffective sand fencing removal will begin as well on that day.
BBP and nearby communities are experiencing increased vehicle related crimes. Please help stop these by locking your vehicles, securing your valuables and keeping your driveways illuminated at night. Additionally, you will be receiving a HOA-wide email discussing this and how … Continue reading
Register for OV’s Mermaid Run (www.oceanviewsports.net) and enter the 5K sand run/walk or the 1 mile fun run/walk. These May 6, 2023 activities will be held at OV Beach Park.
The attached “Office of the Real Estate Assessor” information is provided for your information. The key to changes in assessments remains prior year actual sales of properties. Also, important for BBP is the fact that there are two different classes … Continue reading
The beach accessway off Bay Point Dr will be closed for about three weeks beginning October 17, 2022 to allow time for the contractor to address concerns discovered by City officials. Closure signage should be erected by the contractor.
A BBP resident experienced a disturbing incident on Thursday afternoon. A contractor was performing work for the resident when several individuals (driving a four door white sedan) took items from an open contractor vehicle. The contractor tried to stop the … Continue reading
At around 2:45AM today, two kids were observed searching vehicles on Dolphin Run — one kid was inside a vehicle and other was trying to enter vehicles across the street. Everyone needs to make sure valuables are removed from vehicles parked … Continue reading
Beginning Wednesday, March 30 through late April, Pretty Lake Ave between 25th Bay St and 27th Bay St will be closed to all traffic for water line and services installation for the new Oasis Apartments. All traffic will be detoured … Continue reading
Please be aware last evening or rather early this morning (around 2:00 am) several residential security cameras in the Bay Breeze Point community caught people in backyards and checking cars on driveways and parked on the street. Police did come around and … Continue reading