You've seen something, or you've read about something, and you are concerned about crime and the safety of your families in our community. The South Norfolk Neighborhood Watch is encouraging ALL concerned residents, business owners, civic and church groups to attend this very important meeting. If you're fed up and want to do something about … Continue reading SNNW to host important meeting Nov. 24
The South Norfolk Neighborhood Watch will be lighting and decorating the bridge at Lakeside Park on Dec. 5th. We hope to have some kind of "Lighting Event" that night. Stay tuned to this site for details.
Animal Control wants to make you a deal you shouldn't refuse. If an Animal Control Officer picks up a pet wearing a tag that the officer can trace, or has a registered microchip, the officer will bring the pet home, rather than taking it to the shelter (providing there are no serious law violations such as … Continue reading Chipped or tagged pets get free ride home
The South Norfolk Neighborhood Watch is pleased to announce its continuing partnership with REACH for spring and summer of 2016! Over the summer, REACH volunteers came to the Historic South Norfolk Community Garden to read to our children and to lead craft activities during the "Reading Out Loud" events. At the same time, we were able to talk to some parents … Continue reading REACH partnership to sprout again in ’16 garden
IT'S OFFICIAL! The South Norfolk Neighborhood Watch Group has registered to participate in the Christmas tree event at the South Norfolk Library. The Holiday Tree Gala is to be held Saturday, December 12, from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. This year's theme is "Winter Wonderland." Trees will be on display in the library through January 3, 2016. For more … Continue reading SNNWG Joins Christmas Tree Event
The City of Chesapeake will sponsor a free workshop on indoor gardening at the annex of the Portlock at South Norfolk on Dec. 1 from 10 a.m. to noon. To sign up, call 382-6411 by Nov. 24. Hurry! Limited to 10 participants!
Taking part in community crime prevention is a great way to meet your neighbors, and help make your community a safer place to live. Organized citizen participation in crime prevention usually begins with the opening of a Community Crime Prevention Office where people can meet with one another and the police to address local concerns. … Continue reading Crime prevention: Great way to meet neighbors