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
Answer: Use this form to contact us for more information, or attend a meeting on the third Monday of the month, at 7-8:30 p.m. at the Chesapeake Avenue United Methodist Church, 1200 Chesapeake Ave. in South Norfolk, Chesapeake, Virginia.
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 about the Community Garden. … Continue reading Garden Forms
• Maintain and enhance the property at 1014 Jefferson Street. • Create new or repair 4 x 8 ft garden beds for volunteers to raise organic vegetables for their families. • Donate garden grown vegetables to help support neighborhood soup kitchens and food banks. • Maintain and expand the composting and rainwater collection systems to … Continue reading Continuing Projects
Garden Project #1: Rainwater system for the Community Garden The Historic South Norfolk Community Garden is seeking to install a rainwater watering system similar to the image below.The watering system will help irrigate the garden in an economical and ecological way, saving money on electricity and preserving ground-water resources. It will also serve as a … Continue reading Garden Projects: We need your help!