We will be at the South Norfolk Community Garden, 1014 Jefferson St., on Saturday March 10 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. with garden box applications. A $10 donation is requested with each application to help with garden expenses. The boxes are 4' x8' and you can grow whatever you like so long as you … Continue reading Community Garden Registration Day is March 10, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
The South Norfolk Neighborhood Watch meets on the third Monday of the month at the South Norfolk Memorial Library Community Meeting Room, at the Gateway Building, 801 Poindexter St., Chesapeake VA. 23324 at 6:30 p.m. Carolenn Latham, president.
Everyone agrees there are too many larcenies from vehicles. Times of the crimes range from dusk to dawn. In the historic district area of South Norfolk, larcenies have been reported on many streets, including Rodgers, Post, Wright, Bainbridge, Holly, Park and Chesapeake Ave. Please remember to lock your vehicle doors. Don't leave items of value … Continue reading Larcenies from Vehicles
Observation Observation takes many forms. From your home, a mobile home, an apartment or condo you can determine your best observation points. From your auto, truck or van you can observe both the road and other activities. Many people walk or jog as a daily routine, going to and from the store or work, or … Continue reading Neighborhood Watch Observation & Recognition
Join us! The South Norfolk Neighborhood Watch Group meets at 7 p.m. on the third Monday of each month at the South Norfolk Library. Or, drop us a line and we'll be in touch! Contact us!
Community Garden Hours:Sunrise to Sunset Plots are $10 each per year. The GREEN garden plots are Private Plots reserved for individuals and families. The BROWN Community Plots that are open to all residents in the community for harvesting. The YELLOW box is for composting. Volunteers always welcome. Please use our contact form to request more information … Continue reading Garden Hours & Plot Map
Beginning with those who sprouted the idea for a community garden and brought it to life, the little garden in the South Norfolk Historic District continues to bloom and grow, thanks to the volunteers who have given thousand of hours, and thanks to the generous donations of materials, plants & seeds, soils & fill, tools, machinery, and funds for … Continue reading Garden Triumphs
The South Norfolk Neighborhood Watch Group Inc. formed a committee in March of 2012 to discuss the possibility of a community garden in South Norfolk. The committee established its goals, a property was located and planning began. The new property was cleared in June. By Thanksgiving of 2012, members were donating greens to community dinners and a local soup kitchen. The little garden … Continue reading History of the Historic South Norfolk Community Garden
The most important benefits of being involved in your own Neighborhood Watch program are: Neighborhood policing by you and your neighbors, together with your own police, creates a greater sense of security, well-being, and reduction of fear of crime because you know you and your neighbors will "LOOK OUT FOR EACH OTHER." Reduce the risk … Continue reading Neighborhood Watch Program
SECOND PRECINCT Several Second Precinct supervisors and officers participated in the “Pancakes for Police” event that was held at and sponsored by Liberty Tax Service. This was the manager’s way of showing appreciation for those who serve and protect the community. Second Precinct Honor Guard officers lead a joint detail with Oscar Smith High School … Continue reading Feburary Community Awareness Report 2017