National Night Out, an annual community-building event that promotes police-community partnerships and neighborhood camaraderie, will be held Tuesday Aug. 6 at Lakeside Park from 5:30-8 p.m. There will be face painting, inflatables, food and entertainment! This is our annual time to come together and celebrate as a community with our local first responders!
See you on the Fourth!
The South Norfolk Neighborhood Watch group will be cooking hotdogs and hamburgers for the masses at Lakeside Park on the Fourth of July. Please come by and get some traditional American Food and say hello!
Community Clean-up slated for April 6
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
Spring appearing soon — we promise! Garden plots available
Despite freezing temps in the first week of March, activity at the South Norfolk Community Garden will spring to life soon. The garden is located at 1014 Jefferson Street, Chesapeake, VA 23324. When things get rolling, community gardeners meet on the 2nd and 4th Saturdays at the Community Garden. The garden is open sunset to … Continue reading Spring appearing soon — we promise! Garden plots available
Larcenies from Vehicles
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
History of the Historic South Norfolk Community Garden
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
Healthy Grandfamilies Program
Healthy Grandfamilies Program Are you a grandparent raising a grandchild? Join us for a FREE program in your community. What the program can do for you: • Educational workshops on legal and school issues, family relationships, health and stress management, child trauma, child development and other important topics • Individual follow-up services linking you with … Continue reading Healthy Grandfamilies Program
Chesapeake 2nd Precinct Relocation Update
UPDATE ON PETITION: The petition with 621 Signatures on it was presented to Chesapeake City Council Tuesday night. It was well received and Mayor Krasnoff expressed to the manager to get with the appropriate departments and find out if this is something that can be done. Councilman Davis then asked that the Manager look into … Continue reading Chesapeake 2nd Precinct Relocation Update
Chesapeake 2nd Precinct Relocation
The South Norfolk Neighborhood Watch is reaching out to City Staff and City Council on August 9th in a community and city effort to move the 2nd Precinct. We want to see the 2nd Precinct moved to the old South Norfolk Library site along Poindexter Street which is one of our main corridor street undergoing realization to … Continue reading Chesapeake 2nd Precinct Relocation
December 29th Neighborhood Watch Meeting
The next monthly meeting will be held on December 29th, 2105 at the South Norfolk Library 801 Poindexter Street Chesapeake, VA 23324. Meeting starts at 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. Agenda: Officer Peedin will be attending the meeting to talk about complimentary Home Security Surveys. Officer Peedin is looking for members of the South Norfolk community … Continue reading December 29th Neighborhood Watch Meeting