MARCH 27, 2019 - Community groups and individuals are gathering April 6 at the Gateway Community Church (across from the post office) at 7:30 a.m. for donuts, coffee, assignments and materials. If you are unable to make the clean-up with the group, please consider cleaning up your own yard, block, street or business on that … Continue reading Community Clean-up slated for April 6
Next meeting - 6:30 p.m. May 19 The SNNWG takes a hiatus every November to February. Community Meeting Room South Norfolk Memorial Library 801 Poindexter St. South Norfolk, VA 23324 The South Norfolk Neighborhood Watch meets on the third Monday of the month in the Community Room at the South Norfolk Memorial Library, 801 Poindexter … Continue reading Our Next Meeting is 6:30 p.m. May 19
Look for us at these events South Norfolk Fourth of July Parade and Picnic in the Park This annual event occurs every year on the Fourth of July, unless the Fourth of July is on a Sunday, in which case, the event shifts to the prior Saturday. Thousands of patriots converge on South Norfolk starting … Continue reading Annual Events: Join us for FUN!
Answer: Yes! The Greater South Norfolk Business Consortium The South Norfolk Civic League South Norfolk Fourth of July Info Page The South Norfolk Woman’s Club South Norfolk Online Business Directory HistoricSouthNorfolk.com
Answer: Yes! Download and read this document: Download a Pamphlet on Understanding and Filing a Complaint or Compliment
Answer: Yes! Use the Citizens Online Police Reporting System: File a NON-EMERGENCY Police Report Online in English or Español
Answer: The Chesapeake Crime Line transitioned to a new crime tip taking program called P3 Global Intel Tip Management Software on February 1, 2018. In doing so, tipsters will be able to reach the Chesapeake Crime Line in several different ways: * VIA NEW MOBILE APP: Download the "P3 Tips" app to your smart phone. … Continue reading How can I submit a crime tip?
Answer: Sign up online to be alerted when emergencies arise. For more information about Chesapeake Alerts, please visit the city’s Chesapeake Alert page.
Answer: Visit the city’s online services request page, HERE. If you are uncomfortable with online forms, you can call the city at 382-6161 and ask to request a city service. If you choose to use the online form, you can request services anonymously, but the city will be unable to respond to you personally, but they … Continue reading Question: How do I request city service?
Answer: Use the links below to stay connected with government: City Council and Planning Commission meetings live and on demand WCTV Chesapeake Television. Search for State Legislator by Address Voting – Am I Registered? Voting – Where Do I Vote? – NEW! From the city’s website, 11-6-15