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Taylor S Amarel filed this request with the City of Norfolk of Norfolk, VA.
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143347

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From: Taylor S Amarel

To Whom It May Concern:

Pursuant to the Virginia Freedom of Information Act, I hereby request the following records:

I would like to obtain all emails sent to, from, or copied to Kenny Alexander from January 1, 2015 to Present day, containing any of the following non-case-sensitive key-strings: 'EB-5', 'Regional Center', 'USCIS' or 'EB5'.

The requested documents will be made available to the general public, and this request is not being made for commercial purposes.

In the event that there are fees, I would be grateful if you would inform me of the total charges in advance of fulfilling my request. I would prefer the request filled electronically, by e-mail attachment if available or CD-ROM if not.

Thank you in advance for your anticipated cooperation in this matter. I look forward to receiving your response to this request within 5 business days, as the statute requires.

Sincerely,

MuckRock Virginia, LLC

From: City of Norfolk

Thank you for your request!

Here is what we have on file:

Public Records #143347

SUBMITTER
Category: Freedom Of Information Act MuckRock Virginia, LLC
Priority: 411A Highland Ave.
Assigned To: Unassigned Somerville, MA 02144
Submitted: 5/8/2018 1:59 PM CONTACT
Source: Website 66.31.20.183 requests@muckrock.com (mailto:requests@muckrock.com)
617-299-1832






411A Highland Ave.
Norfolk, VA 23510


REQUEST DETAILS



Description
I would like to obtain all emails sent to, from, or copied to Kenny Alexander from January 1, 2015 to Present day, containing any of the following non-case-sensitive key-strings: ';EB-5';, ';Regional Center';, ';USCIS'; or ';EB5';.




Rights of Requesters & Responsibilities of the City under the Virginia Freedom of Information Act
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PURSUANT TO VIRGINIA CODE §2.2-3704(F), IT WILL BE NECESSARY FOR YOU TO REIMBURSE THE CITY FOR ALL COSTS INCURRED IN THE PRODUCTION OF THESE RECORDS.


Date of Request
May 8, 2017

Full Name
MuckRock Virginia, LLC

Company (if applicable:)



Highland Ave.

Email Address
requests@muckrock.com

Telephone (Home:)
617-299-1832

Telephone (Work:)


Date(s)/Time(s) of Record(s): (Ex. 01/01/2012 at 3:45 p.m.)



Detailed Description of Request
I would like to obtain all emails sent to, from, or copied to Kenny Alexander from January 1, 2015 to Present day, containing any of the following non-case-sensitive key-strings: ';EB-5';, ';Regional Center';, ';USCIS'; or ';EB5';.


Your Contact Information


Name
MuckRock Virginia, LLC


Highland Ave.

Email Address
requests@muckrock.com

Preferred Contact Method
By Email

From: City of Norfolk

Good afternoon,

Please see the attached in regards to your records request.

Thank you,

Robyn Riddick
Public Information Specialist I

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Marketing and Communications
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From: Muckrock Staff

Hello,
MuckRock Virginia LLC is incorporated in Virginia, and therefore qualified to make public records requests in Virginia. MuckRock Virginia's address is:

MuckRock Virginia, LLC
c/o Charlie Schmidt
2101 Hopkins Rd #42203
Richmond, VA 23224

Attached to this email you'll find MuckRock Virginia LLC's certification from the State Corporation Commission. Please process the public records request for "all emails sent to, from, or copied to Kenny Alexander from January 1, 2015 to Present day, containing any of the following non-case-sensitive key-strings: 'EB-5', 'Regional Center', 'USCIS' or 'EB5'." If you have any questions, please call 617-299-1832. Thank you.

From: City of Norfolk

Please see attached regarding your FOIA request.

Michelle Washington
Public Relations Manager

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810 Union Street, Suite 409
Norfolk, VA 23510
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Connecting you to our urban, waterfront community Volume 2 | September 2018 Connecting you to our urban, waterfront community. Huntersville Biz Cafe Pitch Competition On Saturday, August 4, five Norfolk residents were awarded $500 each to begin their own small businesses. The city's newest entrepreneurs pitched their business ideas to a panel of judges following a series of workshops aimed at providing skills, resources and guidance for residents interested in starting a new business or expanding an existing firm. Winners: Lavonne Pledger, EJ Powell, Alberta Reid, Connie Sayles, Shantel Walz Runners Up: Patrice Chapman, Keyzia Hendricks, Ronda Hicks BankOn Norfolk Bank On Norfolk is truly a unique experience. Like a wellness plan for your finances, Bank On Norfolk offers all the education, support and encouragement you need to launch your financial plans. Invest in yourself. Register today! www.BankOnHR.org 757-943-9652 Public Art Program Just in time for the new school year, Marc Archambault of Hammerhead Stoneworks in Asheville, NC installed a 75-square foot stone mosaic on the exterior of the new Ocean View Elementary School building.  Find out more about NorfolkArts' Public Art Program here. Norfolk Community Services Board Recovery in the Park Lafayette Park Saturday, September 29 10AM - 2PM Join the voices for recovery at this free event. Entertainment, food & peer support. Live Norfolk First Fridays September 7, 5:00 PM - 8:30 PM TCC Plaza 2018 Play Day! September 15, 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM Tarrallton Park 7th Annual Heart of Ghent 10k & Maury High School 5k September 22, 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM Blair Middle School Norfolk Neighborhood Expo September 22, 11:00 AM - 3:00 PM Military Circle Mall Evening with the Artist: Vik Muniz September 26, 6:30 PM - 9:00 PM Chrysler Museum of Art Norfolk Fire-Rescue has officially opened up the hiring process! There are opportunities available for fire recruits, current Virginia-certified emergency respondents and special hire candidates that have Virginia Fire and EMS certification. Visit norfolk.gov for more info! City of Norfolk Official Newsletter | 757-664-6510 | www.norfolk.gov STAY CONNECTED ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ City of Norfolk | 810 Union Street, Norfolk, VA 23510 Unsubscribe requests@muckrock.com Update Profile | About our service provider Sent by cityofnorfolk@norfolk.gov in collaboration with Try it free today

From: Taylor S Amarel

Thank you, I look forward to receiving the documents.

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Connecting you to our urban, waterfront community Volume 3 | October 2018 Connecting you to our urban, waterfront community. Renovated Powhatan Field City of Norfolk, Norfolk Public Schools and ODU officials joined Big Blue on the newly renovated Powhatan Field on Friday, September 7. Schools Superintendent Melinda Boone, City Manager Doug Smith and ODU Athletic Director Wood Selig joined Mayor Kenneth Alexander for the coin toss before the Maury vs. Princess Anne game. Team Norfolk Highlight Melvin and Marvin. It has a certain ring to it, doesn’t it? Like Lennon and McCartney, Batman and Robin or M&M's, their names just seem to go together. As do the people. Melvin Lowe and Marvin Sanderson are a creative duo who have worked together for many years. But they aren’t celebrities. They’re blue collar guys who were raised in Norfolk, educated in the city’s schools and are raising families in their hometown. And they chose to work for the city they love. Read their story. NorfolkArts Celebrates Visual Arts Month Mayor Kenneth Alexander has officially proclaimed October as Norfolk Visual Arts Month. For the 5th year, the month will be spent highlighting the many ways to experience visual arts every day in Norfolk. The NorfolkArts website features over 100 galleries, organizations, establishments and events bringing visual arts to the forefront in the City. It is with good reason Norfolk is the arts and cultural hub of the region. Discover events, galleries, classes and more by clicking here. We Want Your Input! We are giving Norfolk.gov a new look and we want your feedback! We are at work on the look, feel, and navigation of the new home page. You will help inform our decisions. Click the link here and follow these instructions: Step 1: Review the three home page mock-ups. Step 2: Select your favorite home page mock-up. Step 3: Provide any additional comments on the web page design. Please provide your feedback by October 2nd! Live Norfolk Norfolk Arbor Day October 6, 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM Lafayette Park Virginia Children's Festival October 6, 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM Town Point Park Peer Drop In Recovery Center Opening October 6, 3:00 PM 7460 Tidewater Drive From Here to Eternity Twilight 5K Run-Walk October 20, 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM Elmwood Cemetery Keep Norfolk Beautiful Litter Index Volunteers are the key to reducing litter in the City of Norfolk. Click here for a current list of opportunities. City of Norfolk Official Newsletter | 757-664-6510 | www.norfolk.gov STAY CONNECTED ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ City of Norfolk | 810 Union Street, Norfolk, VA 23510 Unsubscribe requests@muckrock.com Update Profile | About our service provider Sent by cityofnorfolk@norfolk.gov in collaboration with Try it free today

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Connecting you to our urban, waterfront community Volume 4 | November 2018 Connecting you to our urban, waterfront community. Stop! Don't Pour THAT Down The Drain. Just a little bit of bacon grease can cause big problems in city pipes. We're going to take you down the drain and show you how you can help keep our pipes flowing free. Click here to find out more about the city's Fats, Oils & Grease (FOG) Program. Team Norfolk Highlight Team Norfolk supports the community throughout the year and on Saturday, September 29, members of Team Norfolk came together for the 4th Annual Magnolia Circle Dragon Boat Race benefiting the Children's Hospital of the King's Daughters behavioral health programs. The event took place on the Elizabeth River at Nauticus. This is the third year Team Norfolk has participated in the event, which also provides employees from across the city an opportunity to build camaraderie. NorfolkArts Featured Artist, John Rudel Local artist and Virginia Wesleyan art professor John Rudel, will exhibit paintings in the Offsite Gallery. His exhibition, re-ligare, is open through November 2018. The Offsite Gallery is located on the first floor of the World Trade Center at 101 W. Main in downtown Norfolk. The gallery is free and open to the public and can be seen 8:30 AM – 5:30 PM, Monday – Saturday. Read the full story here. Holidays in the City Enjoy the sights and sounds of the holidays in Norfolk! From shopping and dining to parades, festivals, seasonal shows and so much more, Norfolk is your home for the holidays. The festivities begin with the opening of the Million Bulb Walk at Norfolk Botanical Garden on Friday, November 9. Be sure to mark your calendar for the 34th Annual Grand Illumination Parade on November 17. Click here for additional events. Live Norfolk Attucks Jazz Club: Lori Williams November 10, 8:00 PM Attucks Theatre Norfolk In-Water Boat Show November 10 - 11, 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM Town Point Park Riverview Village Days November 11, 11:00 AM - 4:00 PM Riverview Village Days Farmers' Market Clean Out To Clean Up November 17, 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM 1176 Pineridge Road Grand Illumination Parade November 17, 7:00 PM Downtown Norfolk Clean Out To Clean Up Bring donations for Goodwill, documents for shredding with Eggleston, household hazardous waste, and e-waste. There will also be a special plastic bag collection and Bay Star Home free tree giveaway for Norfolk residents. City of Norfolk Official Newsletter | 757-664-6510 | www.norfolk.gov STAY CONNECTED ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ City of Norfolk | 810 Union Street, Norfolk, VA 23510 Unsubscribe requests@muckrock.com Update Profile | About our service provider Sent by cityofnorfolk@norfolk.gov in collaboration with Try it free today

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Connecting you to our urban, waterfront community Volume 5 | December 2018 Connecting you to our urban, waterfront community. Getting the Mermaid City Winter Weather Ready Friday, December 21 is the first day of winter. And with the winter season comes freezing temperatures, icy roads and potential for snowfall. Many of us enjoy seeing the Mermaid City covered in snow, but it often causes troubles on our streets. To clear the way for you, employees from our Public Works’ Operations Division participated in snow plow training last month. The 61 crew members practiced prepping the 24 plows and 17 spreaders, trained on obstacle courses and familiarized themselves with their assigned routes. Team Norfolk is ready for whatever winter weather may bring this season. Team Norfolk Highlight Team Norfolk and the community came together to support the family of a Norfolk Police Officer on Saturday, November 17 at Bearfight CrossFit. The Seth Amos Memorial WOD ("workout of the day") brought together fellow officers and members of the Hampton Roads CrossFit community to raise money for the Amos family. Officer Amos passed away last month after battling an unknown illness, leaving behind his wife and two young children. NorfolkArts Unveils New Mural Artist Marc Archambault of Hammerhead Stoneworks in Asheville, NC is completing stone mosaic murals for each of the five new elementary schools in Norfolk. All of the murals will have a common theme, but each will be specific to the culture of the individual school. Read more here about the first mural at Richard Bowling Elementary School. Shop Norfolk Norfolk is home to an amazing array of locally-owned shops, restaurants, museums, theaters and more. You're sure to find something for everyone on your list right here - from handmade crafts to the gift of a membership to the Norfolk Botanical Garden, Virginia Zoo or even the Virginia Stage Company. So be sure to keep it local this holiday season! Live Norfolk NBN Academy December 3, 6:00 PM Scope Meeting Room #4  Author Talk: Chesapeake Requiem December 6, 5:30 PM Slover Library Boys Choir of Hampton Roads Concert December 8, 4:00 PM Olive Grove Baptist Church I. Sherman Greene Chorale Concert December 9, 4:00 PM Norfolk Academy Meadowbrook Park Ribbon Cutting December 15, 11:00 AM Meadowbrook Park Make Norfolk Your Home for the Holidays Enjoy the sights and sounds of the holidays in Norfolk! From shopping and dining to festivals, seasonal shows and so much more, Norfolk is your home for the holidays. Click here for details. City of Norfolk Official Newsletter | 757-664-6510 | www.norfolk.gov STAY CONNECTED ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ City of Norfolk | 810 Union Street, Norfolk, VA 23510 Unsubscribe requests@muckrock.com Update Profile | About our service provider Sent by cityofnorfolk@norfolk.gov in collaboration with Try it free today

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Connecting you to our urban, waterfront community Volume 6 | January 2019 Connecting you to our urban, waterfront community. Winter is officially here and with it comes the potential for a frozen or burst pipe in your home. There are a number of things you can do to protect your pipes from freezing, but should something happen, you can contact the Utilities Department 24 hours a day at 757.823.1000. Are you looking to get rid of your holiday tree? Dispose of your tree by placing it on the curb on your collection day. You can even deliver it yourself! Bring it to the Waste Management Facility at 1176 Pineridge Road, Monday-Friday 10 AM - 2 PM. Only live, natural trees will be accepted and must be free of lights, decorations and tinsel. Questions? Call 757.441.1347 30 Year Celebration October 16, 2018 marked the official observance of the formation of the Hospital Authority by Norfolk City Council in 1988. It was also an opportunity to celebrate the achievements of the Board’s volunteer leadership over the past 30 years, including the reformation of Lake Taylor City Hospital into the current Lake Taylor Transitional Care Hospital. Mermaid Turns 20 Norfolk’s iconic mermaid celebrates her 20th birthday this year! Highlights of the celebrations include visits around the city and around the world. Make sure you follow us on social media and keep an eye out for our special “shell-fie stations” to participate in all the fun! Attucks at 100 Attucks at 100 is the year-long celebration to commemorate the 100th anniversary of Norfolk's historic Attucks Theatre. Celebrations including concerts, theater and special events are planned for 2019 and will be announced in the coming months. Read more here. Put An End To Living Paycheck To Paycheck Gain financial independence through education and encouragement with Bank On Norfolk, a free 10-month program offering the support you need to launch your financial plans. Find out more here. Live Norfolk Attucks Jazz Club: Melissa Aldana January 12, 8:00 PM Attucks Theatre MacArthur On Ice Through January 14 MacArthur Center Offsite Gallery: Knotworks Through January 18 Offsite Gallery, World Trade Center Songs for a Dreamer Sunday, January 20 Second Calvary Baptist Church MLK Day Ceremony & March Monday, January 21 Attucks Theatre Coming Soon! Norfolk Theatre Festival February 14 - 17 Fall in love with theatre! The Norfolk Theatre Festival includes unforgettable shows, behind-the-scenes events and more. Discover the riches of the Norfolk theatre scene in a whirlwind weekend. Learn more here. Download PulsePoint & Be A Life Saver YOU can make a difference! The PulsePoint Respond App alerts citizens to cardiac events in public places, providing CPR-trained residents an opportunity to provide real-time response while waiting for EMS to arrive on scene. Immediate, effective CPR can more than double the chances of survival.  Hands-only CPR training is available from Norfolk Fire-Rescue. Please call 757.664.6510 for more information. City of Norfolk Official Newsletter | 757-664-6510 | www.norfolk.gov STAY CONNECTED ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ City of Norfolk | 810 Union Street, Norfolk, VA 23510 Unsubscribe requests@muckrock.com Update Profile | About our service provider Sent by cityofnorfolk@norfolk.gov in collaboration with Try it free today

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Connecting you to our urban, waterfront community Volume 7 | February 2019 Connecting you to our urban, waterfront community. Norfolk Cares Center: Your Point of Contact for Services, Requests & More Request a city service, report a concern, seek information about Norfolk or follow up on a previous request with the Norfolk Cares Center! Call: (757) 664-6510 Farewell to the Chief After 40 years of public service, Norfolk Fire-Rescue Chief Jeffrey Wise will hang up his helmet on January 31st, 2019. “Chief Jeff Wise embodies the definition of public servant. Throughout his 40 year career, he consistently demonstrated leadership, selflessness, a commitment to excellence and an unwavering dedication to Norfolk citizens.” said Douglas L. Smith, Norfolk City Manager. View a special video feature here. Norfolk Theatre Festival Fall in love with theatre! Norfolk is one of the most theatre-rich cities in Virginia, a diverse community full of spirited audiences in venues large and small. The Norfolk Theatre Festival (February 14 - 17) will mark Norfolk’s role as a cultural destination and celebrate the performing arts organizations that enliven the scene here. Discover the riches of the Norfolk theatre scene in a whirlwind weekend. Learn more here. African American History Month This February, Norfolk Public Library recognizes African American History Month by offering a variety of special events and programs for all ages. Programming centers on the 2019 national theme, Black Migrations, and more closely examines the black experience of migration on a local level and its impact on the city of Norfolk from 1619 to the present. Calling all college students: Interested in studying criminal justice? Apply for a Virginia Sheriffs’ Institute Scholarship. Sheriff Joe Baron will provide a letter of recommendation to a scholarship applicant who is a Norfolk student and plans to major in criminal justice at a Virginia college or university for the 2019-2020 school year. Click here to apply. Live Norfolk Brick By Brick: Lego Shipbuilding February 2, 10AM - 4PM Decker Half Moone Cruise Terminal Attucks Jazz Club: Billy Drummond February 9, 8PM Attucks Theatre Fashion Has Gone to the Dogs February 10, 2PM MacArthur Center's Center Court Granby St. Bike Lanes Community Meeting February 11, 6PM Pretlow Anchor Branch Library Your Input Is Needed The City of Norfolk is in the process of redesigning its website to enhance the design, layout, functionality and the overall user experience. Participating in this survey will help staff understand what elements (services, images, layout, etc.) residents would like to see in the new Norfolk.gov. The Historic Attucks Theatre: The Apollo of the South You are invited to the documentary screening, "The Historic Attucks Theatre: The Apollo of the South," on Friday, February 8 at 8PM at the Attucks Theatre. Welcome remarks by Mayor Kenneth Cooper Alexander and post-screening discussion moderated by WHRO Producer, Lisa Godley. Doors open at 7PM. Tickets are free, but required. Visit Attucks100.com to reserve yours. City of Norfolk Official Newsletter | 757-664-6510 | www.norfolk.gov STAY CONNECTED ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ City of Norfolk | 810 Union Street, Norfolk, VA 23510 Unsubscribe requests@muckrock.com Update Profile | About our service provider Sent by cityofnorfolk@norfolk.gov in collaboration with Try it free today

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Connecting you to our urban, waterfront community Volume 8 | March 2019 Connecting you to our urban, waterfront community. Budget Bracket Challenge A new, fun way to share your opinion on city spending priorities. Your choices join the data the City Manager and City Council use in budget discussions. How it works: Ever completed a basketball tournament bracket during March Madness? Then you already know how to play! Show us your priorities for city spending by making your choices bracket-style. Then we'll know your city programs champion. Click here to start! Community Emergency Response Team We currently have several hundred Norfolk residents who have completed Norfolk Community Engagement Response Team (CERT) training. These volunteers learn how to help in the immediate aftermath of a disaster and the goal is to have trained volunteers in every neighborhood. If you would like more information or would like to register for an upcoming class, call (757) 441-5619. NorfolkArts Presents Glen McClure Exhibit Located at the Offsite Gallery in the World Trade Center from March 15 to April 26, "A Saturday in Ocean View" by Glen McClure displays portraits of people encountered in parking lots, on sidewalks and at the beach entrance during a September 2018 visit to the Ocean View neighborhood. Free and open to the public. Calling All Teens Know a Norfolk resident who will be a high school junior or senior in the 2019 - 2020 school year who wants to get involved in public safety? The Norfolk Office of Emergency Preparedness and Response organizing a Teen Local Emergency Planning Committee to help engage in innovative ways to keep neighborhoods safe and residents prepared. Applications are due April 1st. Click here for more information. Live Norfolk International Women's Day Innovation Thru Inclusion March 8, All Day Norfolk Waterside Marriott Hotel Ocean View Vision Community Meeting March 11, 6PM - 7:30PM Mary D. Pretlow Anchor Branch Library 5th Annual Experiencing Ghana Celebration March 16, 4PM - 6PM Taste 'N See Catering Murray Center Attucks Jazz Club: Nate Najar March 16, 8PM Attucks Theatre Website Survey - Feedback Needed! We're redesigning our website to enhance the design, layout, functionality and the overall user experience. We want your input as we develop the new website. Take the survey. The Bluest Eye March 6 - 24 Virginia Stage Company, in collaboration with Norfolk State University Theatre Company, presents The Bluest Eye. Adapted from Nobel Prize and Pulitzer Prize-winning author Toni Morrison's first novel, The Bluest Eye follows Pecola, a young girl in Ohio in the 1940s, who is pregnant at her father's hands. The play, both poetic and daringly funny - even as it breaks your heart - takes us through not only the whys of Pecola's story but also the hows. A story that looks at how the world might break us or give us the light to grow. Find out more here. Real Estate Tax Relief Program Application Period Now Open The Real Estate Tax Relief/Deferral Program is administered by the Department of Human Services for Norfolk homeowners who are 65 and older or totally disabled. Click here for more information. City of Norfolk Official Newsletter | 757-664-6510 | www.norfolk.gov STAY CONNECTED ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ City of Norfolk | 810 Union Street, Norfolk, VA 23510 Unsubscribe requests@muckrock.com Update Profile | About our service provider Sent by cityofnorfolk@norfolk.gov in collaboration with Try it free today

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Connecting you to our urban, waterfront community Volume 9 | April 2019 Connecting you to our urban, waterfront community. Be Part Of The Budget Process Our online Budget Toolkit provides links to important resources for the Fiscal Year 2020 proposed budget as well as important dates. Check it out here. Team Norfolk: Behind the Scenes Meet the men and women on the other end of the phone who answer when you dial 911. View the full video here. Summer Camp Registration Summer is coming! Find out more about summer camps in the City of Norfolk and register online beginning April 8. Details available here. Lifeguards Needed Join the City's Lifeguard Team! Need training? Classes are available. Find out more here. Live Norfolk NBN Academy: Neighborhood Standards & Code Enforcement April 9, 6PM - 8PM Huntersville Neighborhood Service Center 6th Annual PassPORT - Cruising Around the World with Norfolk's Sister Cities April 11, 6PM - 8:30PM Sheraton Norfolk Waterside Cemeteriescape Photo Contest Deadline April 17 Online Submission Info Here Roarchestra (with Virginia Symphony Orchestra) April 28, 2PM - 4PM Virginia Zoo Albesila: April 12 - 21 In celebration of its 25th birthday, Nauticus presents "Albesila" by Architects of Air.  Find out more. Norfolk Tides Home Opener April 11 This baseball season you may notice something different: new, state-of-the-art LED lights at Harbor Park. The City's General Services Department installed the new lighting that will not only cut electricity costs, but will also enhance the experience by providing better lighting on the field as well as color changing grandstand lights. According to John Rhamstine, the City's cultural facilities director and project partner, the lighting upgrade is expected to reduce expenses by 20 percent. Check out the game schedule, purchase tickets and more here. City of Norfolk Official Newsletter | 757-664-6510 | www.norfolk.gov STAY CONNECTED ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ City of Norfolk | 810 Union Street, Norfolk, VA 23510 Unsubscribe requests@muckrock.com Update Profile | About our service provider Sent by cityofnorfolk@norfolk.gov in collaboration with Try it free today

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Connecting you to our urban, waterfront community Volume 10 | May 2019 Connecting you to our urban, waterfront community. State of the City On Friday, April 19, The Honorable Kenneth Cooper Alexander, provided his 2019 State of the City address, "Experience Norfolk," highlighting recent successes, business developments and upcoming opportunities. View his address here. Sound the Alarm Saturday, May 4 Norfolk Fire-Rescue is teaming up with the American Red Cross to install 200 smoke alarms in homes on May 4. Want to volunteer? Click here. Leave a Legacy With The City We Love City Council appoints members to nearly 50 boards, commissions and authorities that have been established to provide a wide range of assistance to the city. Apply for your chance to serve. Team Up to Clean Up Saturday, May 4 Celebrate Keep Norfolk Beautiful Day by participating in a clean up along Norfolk's 10.5 mile Elizabeth River Trail on May 4! Register to volunteer here. Live Norfolk Biz Cafe Huntersville May 1, 6PM - 8PM Huntersville Neighborhood Service Center Senior Safety Welfare and Training May 3, 10AM PrimePlus at Norfolk Fitness & Wellness Center Day for People with disABILITIES May 4, 10AM - 1PM Virginia Zoo Cemeteriescape Photo Contest Reception May 21, 6PM - 8PM Slover Library Military Mermaid Classic Golf Tournament May 24, 9AM Sewells Point Golf Course Party on the Pier! May 30, 5PM - 8PM Nauticus & Battleship Wisconsin May is Bike Month Get on your bike and ride! Bike Month is a regional community celebration of biking as a healthy, economical and environmentally-friendly form of recreation. Join the City of Norfolk, Downtown Norfolk Council, HRT and Pace Bikeshare for an array of fun events all month long! Find the full list of events here. Offsite Gallery Opening Reception: An exhibition of paintings by Sheila Giolitti May 3, 5 - 8PM Offsite Gallery, 101 W. Main Street Sheila Giolitti’s paintings are meditations on the interconnectedness of matter and thought as an ongoing process. A continuing dialog often ties recent work to artwork previously created. Paint appears both fluid and strict, self-organizing and ever evolving. The tension and intricacies of her work speak to the complexity of the evolutionary process. Viewers are encouraged to probe for meaning; creating their own narrative within an abstract landscape. Help us share the news! ‌ ‌ ‌ City of Norfolk Official Newsletter | 757-664-6510 | www.norfolk.gov STAY CONNECTED ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ City of Norfolk | 810 Union Street, Norfolk, VA 23510 Unsubscribe requests@muckrock.com Update Profile | About our service provider Sent by cityofnorfolk@norfolk.gov in collaboration with Try it free today

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Connecting you to our urban, waterfront community Volume 11 | June 2019 Connecting you to our urban, waterfront community. Your Norfolk. Your Life. Sign Up for Norfolk Alert and Stay Informed Receive alerts about emergencies and other important community news by signing up for Norfolk Alert - our emergency alert program. This system enables us to provide you with critical information quickly in a variety of situations, such as severe weather and public safety information. You will receive time-sensitive messages wherever you specify, such as your home, mobile or business phones, email address, text messages and more. You pick where, you pick how. Find out more here. It's Going To Be Epic! June 7 - 9 Experience Norfolk from sun up to well after sundown throughout one explosive weekend filled with ships, fireworks, concerts, theatre, festivals, boat cruises, tours, dining and shopping spread from the NEON District to the historic waterfront. Click here for all of the epic fun. Hurricane Season Begins June 1 The Atlantic hurricane season runs from June 1 to November 30, with the peak between mid-August and late October. Do you know your evacuation zone? Learn what zone you are in and where you may need to go. It could be as close as another location in Norfolk. Find out more here. Spring Career Fair June 6 The City of Norfolk's Department of Human Services View Program hosts the Spring Career Fair on Thursday, June 6 (10AM - 1PM) at the Workforce Development Center (201 E. Little Creek Rd.). Over 50 employers to attend! Please dress professionally and bring plenty of resumes. Register here. Live Norfolk Community Fair 2019 June 1, Noon - 5PM James Monroe Elementary School NBN Academy: Neighborhood Secrets Tour June 3, 6PM Jordan-Newby Anchor Branch Library Norfolk Harborfest June 7 - 9 TowneBank Fountain Park Transit Transformation Project Tour June 11, 5:30PM The Kroc Center Lafayette Challenge Course Ribbon Cutting June 15, 10AM 3500 Granby Street NBN Conference & Awards Luncheon June 22, 8:15AM - 2PM ODU Webb Center Summer Reading Program June 29 - August 10 Norfolk Public Library Locations Public Safety Day Saturday, June 29 Norfolk Premium Outlets 1600 Premium Outlets Boulevard 11AM - 2PM Storm into safety! This event promotes all-hazards awareness, safety and preparedness. Everyone is welcome to attend this FREE event and interact with public safety officials, utility companies and insurance organizations as they guide our community on how to be prepared for an emergency. See first responder equipment, have car seats inspected, enjoy Rita's Italian Ice and much more! Mayor's Cup Blood Drive June 3 - June 26 Norfolk has always been #1 at helping our neighbors in need and the The Mayor's Cup is our chance to prove it. Roll up your sleeves for a great cause and give blood to save a life!  Register at redcrossblood.org or just show up. St. Paul's Transformation Plan The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) awarded Norfolk Redevelopment and Housing Authority (NRHA) and the City of Norfolk a $30M Choice Neighborhoods Initiative (CNI) Grant for the Tidewater Gardens community in the St. Paul’s Area. Read more about the transformation plan. Help us share the news! ‌ ‌ ‌ City of Norfolk Official Newsletter | 757-664-6510 | www.norfolk.gov STAY CONNECTED ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ City of Norfolk | 810 Union Street, Norfolk, VA 23510 Unsubscribe requests@muckrock.com Update Profile | About our service provider Sent by cityofnorfolk@norfolk.gov in collaboration with Try email marketing for free today!

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Connecting you to our urban, waterfront community Volume 12 | July 2019 Connecting you to our urban, waterfront community. Teenagers Have an Easier Way to Get Around Town with the Student Freedom Pass Thanks to Hampton Roads Transit, students ages 13 to 17 can take the bus, ferry and light rail for free! Service is available in Norfolk, Chesapeake, Virginia Beach, Portsmouth, Hampton and Newport News. Parents and guardians can enjoy the time and money they will save when they leave the driving to Hampton Roads Transit. To find out more about the pass and to apply, click here. Norfolk Police Promotes First African-American Female Captain Captain Michele Naughton’s path to law enforcement may seem unorthodox to many, however her ascension through the ranks of the Norfolk Police Department, is nothing short of hard work, incredible perseverance, and listening to the sage advice of her mother. Read the full story here. 2020 Census Jobs Available Now The United States Census Bureau is hiring locally! There are office and field positions available that offer excellent pay, flexible hours and paid training. For more information, visit 2020census.gov/jobs. Designer Dog Houses: Barkitecture 2019 Norfolk Botanical Garden is transforming the Enchanted Forest into a fashion runway and stage for custom built dog houses worthy of the most pampered pooches. The houses are built and designed by local companies and organizations—creating exclusive puppy palaces. Barkitecture details here. Effective July 2, Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) will move to SPSA’s Norfolk Transfer Station (3136 Woodland Avenue, Norfolk, VA 23504). Hours of operation: Noon - 4PM on Tuesdays and Saturdays. Live Norfolk Great American Picnic & Fireworks July 4, 5 - 10PM Town Point Park A Star-Spangled Celebration July 4, 5 - 7PM First Presbyterian Church 2019 Barks & Brews July 7, Noon - 6PM Norfolk Botanical Garden Attucks 100 Presents: Lalah Hathaway July 7, 7:30PM Attucks Theatre 2019 Butterfly Festival July 13, 10AM - 4PM Norfolk Botanical Garden The Road Taken: A Journey Through the History of Norfolk July 19, 6:30PM Elmwood Cemetery NEON District Art Tours July 19, 7PM Norfolk Printing Company Norfolk Nighthawks Norfolk Nighthawks, a free nighttime recreation program for ages 18+, kicks off June 28 with an all-star basketball game, but participants will find more than just basketball this summer. Find out more about the program here! Top 10 Things to Know About Norfolk’s FY 2020 Budget Community Garden Coming Soon! Congratulations to Keep Norfolk Beautiful and Friends of Norfolk’s Environment (FONE) on the $1,000 grant to create a community garden at the Boys and Girls Club Diggs Town Recreation Center! The community garden program will provide physical activity and outdoor time, lower stress and anxiety, and positively influence self-esteem and confidence all while connecting youth to the natural food cycle. Scooters Are Here! The city has partnered with Lime Electric Scooter Rentals to bring residents and visitors a fun and safe way to get around. Whether it's making the final leg of a commute easier and more efficient or exploring the Mermaid City, hopping on a Lime scooter provides an economical and fun way to move about. Simply download the Lime app to get started! Fireworks Safety July often means backyard barbecues, parades and fireworks, but Norfolk Fire-Rescue urges residents to keep the firework displays to the professionals. Each year, fireworks cause roughly 1300 structure fires, 300 vehicle fires and nearly 17,000 other fires nationwide. In 2017, nearly 13,000 people were treated in US emergency rooms for fireworks related injuries. Help us share the news! ‌ ‌ ‌ City of Norfolk Official Newsletter | 757-664-6510 | www.norfolk.gov STAY CONNECTED ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ City of Norfolk | 810 Union Street, Norfolk, VA 23510 Unsubscribe requests@muckrock.com Update Profile | About our service provider Sent by cityofnorfolk@norfolk.gov in collaboration with Try email marketing for free today!

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Connecting you to our urban, waterfront community Volume 13 | August 2019 Connecting you to our urban, waterfront community. Norfolk Animal Care & Adoption Center Participates In Norfolk Botanical Garden's Barkitecture 2019 Barkitecture is a fun and educational exhibit for all ages featuring designer doghouses built by local companies, organizations, and individuals—creating exclusive puppy palaces. Visitors will embark on a journey through the Enchanted Forest, choose their favorite house, and vote for the winning design team. You can purchase one of the doggie palaces, too. Vote for NACC here! Rubicon Pilot Program The City of Norfolk has partnered with Rubicon to participate in a pilot program which adds GPS tracking to all of our trucks, allows for real time reporting of route activity, vehicle maintenance alerts, and several other key features that will increase our level of customer service and efficiency. Free Meals & Fun! The summer meals program spans beyond schools to various recreation centers, camps, community centers, and libraries across Norfolk to help us reach children where they already are. The summer meals program is open to all children 18 & under, free of cost, through August 23. To find a location, click here. Leading the Way The women of Norfolk Fire-Rescue dispel the myth that firefighting is just for men. Nationwide, most fire departments consist of roughly 5% women. With over 7.5% of the department as female, NFR is working on shattering stereotypes and statistics. Find out about NFR recruitment. Scoot Safely! Electric scooters share the same rights of the road as an adult cyclist. Adults can ride them safely in any street posted for 25 miles per hour or less, can ride in any bike lane and must obey all traffic signals, including riding in the same direction of traffic. Ready to Lime? Live Norfolk First Fridays August 2, 5 - 8:30PM 300 Block of Granby Street Get Your Geek Con August 3, 10AM - 5PM Slover Library 6th Annual Shoot Hoops Not Guns Basketball Tournament August 3, 10AM - 6PM Maury High School NextGen Opportunity Fair August 7, 9AM - 2PM Norfolk Scope Arena 6th Annual Soiree en blanc August 8, 6:30 - 8:30PM Click here for details Church Street Free Concert Celebration August 11, 2PM - 4PM Attucks Theatre 2019 Virginia Honey Bee Festival August 17, 10AM - 4PM Norfolk Botanical Garden 37th Annual Norfolk Waterfront Jazz Festival August 23 - 24 TowneBank Fountain Park Put an End to Living Paycheck to Paycheck! Gain financial independence through education and encouragement with Bank On Norfolk. This FREE 10-month program offers all the education, support and tools you need to launch your financial plans. Learn how to increase income, grow savings, build your credit score, reduce debt and protect your assets. Sign up for September sessions now! Mt. Gilead Missionary Church 1057 Kennedy Street 6:30 PM Beginning September 10 Foodbank 800 Tidewater Drive 6:30 PM Beginning September 23 Clear the Shelters Help Norfolk Animal Care and Adoption Center find loving homes for deserving shelter animals! NACC has partnered with WAVY News 10 for the annual Clear the Shelters event. Last year, Hampton Roads shelters helped set a record with more than 2,393 animals adopted from 19 area shelters. Come on out and find your new fur-ever friend today! National Night Out Join your neighbors and city leaders during Norfolk's celebration of National Night Out. This annual community-building campaign brings together residents, first responders and other partners in the spirit of neighborhood camaraderie. Behind P.B. Young Elementary August 6 6 - 8 PM NASA Downlink Slover Library will be the host site for a live downlink event from the International Space Station on August 9 during a 20-minute time period when astronauts can communicate live with Earth. As a part of the International Space Station’s Expedition 60, the connection will be made between 12 – 2 PM EST. Click here for details. Help us share the news! ‌ ‌ ‌ City of Norfolk Official Newsletter | 757-664-6510 | www.norfolk.gov STAY CONNECTED ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ City of Norfolk | 810 Union Street, Norfolk, VA 23510 Unsubscribe requests@muckrock.com Update Profile | About Constant Contact Sent by cityofnorfolk@norfolk.gov in collaboration with Try email marketing for free today!

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Connecting you to our urban, waterfront community Volume 14 | September 2019 Connecting you to our urban, waterfront community. Our Tails Are A'Wagging It's been a busy summer for Norfolk Animal Care & Adoption Center! There is still time to vote for their entry, "A Dog Adrift," in Norfolk Botanical Garden's Barkitecture exhibit. Thanks to the community, 278 animals were adopted during the annual Clear the Shelters event in partnership with WAVY-TV. And now, as summer comes to a close, we're looking forward to the 11th annual Dogs Gone Swimming Fundraiser on Saturday, September 14 at Norfolk Fitness & Wellness Center! To find out more about the event and to register, click here. Shoot Hoops Not Guns Residents and Norfolk Police took it to the basketball court at Maury High School for the 6th Annual Shoot Hoops Not Guns Basketball Tournament. Norfolk's Department of Neighborhood Development's interns executed a fantastic event: Chelsea Goodman, Jasmine Harris, Armani Lewis, Denzell Rountree, Nevaeh Sauders, Tamera Toney and Jasmine Washington-Price. Saving Residents Millions A sharp eye and sound financial decision-making results in significant savings for three general obligation refunding bond sales - to the tune of $16.2 million over the life of the bonds. Norfolk's Finance Team kept a close watch to bring the refunding bonds to market at a favorable time which frees up taxpayer dollars. Read the award-winning Comprehensive Annual Financial Report or Popular Financial Report. Norfolk Arts New Gallery Norfolk ARTS is pleased to announce the relocation of the Offsite Gallery on the second level of MacArthur Center! With a focus on a modern interpretation of the human form, Christopher Kozak & Mensah Imbeigh Bey present the human figure from contrasting vantage points. On view through October 4. Gallery hours coincide with regular mall hours. Live Norfolk First Fridays September 6, 5 - 8:30PM 300 Block of Granby Street Attucks Jazz Club: Ken Peplowski September 7, 8 - 10PM Attucks Theatre 2019 Barks & Brews September 8, Noon - 6PM Norfolk Botanical Garden CommUNITY Play-In & Sing-Along September 8, 4:30 - 6PM Scope Arena Mermaid Costume Parade September 14, 10AM - 1PM MacArthur Center Mall Dogs Gone Swimming September 14, 10AM - 3PM Norfolk Fitness & Wellness Center NEON District Art Tours September 20, 6PM Be a Local LoveVA Norfolk Neighborhood Expo September 21, 11AM - 3PM Military Circle Mall MacArthur Center Beer Festival September 21, 11AM - 5PM MacArthur Center Attucks 100: Nobuntu September 21, 7:30 - 10PM Attucks Theatre National Preparedness Month September is National Preparedness Month and we encourage you to take time to make sure you have what you need during an emergency. Stock your emergency kits, have a plan, Know Your Zone and subscribe to Norfolk Alert. Visit Norfolk Needs You! Visit Norfolk is conducting a destination assessment of the city of Norfolk. Your feedback will help determine the next big initiatives Visit Norfolk will undertake for our community as a place to visit, live, work, play, and study. Your responses will remain anonymous. Access the survey until September 13. Help us share the news! ‌ ‌ ‌ City of Norfolk Official Newsletter | 757-664-6510 | www.norfolk.gov STAY CONNECTED ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ City of Norfolk | 810 Union Street, Norfolk, VA 23510 Unsubscribe requests@muckrock.com Update Profile | About Constant Contact Sent by cityofnorfolk@norfolk.gov in collaboration with Try email marketing for free today!

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Connecting you to our urban, waterfront community Volume 15 | October 2019 Connecting you to our urban, waterfront community. Welcome Larry "Chip" Filer, Ph.D.! Dr. Filer officially stepped into the role of City Manager on Monday, September 16 following a long and illustrious career in innovation and economic development at Old Dominion University. He served as the Associate Vice President for Entrepreneurship and Economic Development as well as a Senior Fellow in the Dragas Center for Economic Analysis and Policy and a Fellow in the Commonwealth Center for Recurrent Flooding Resiliency. Dr. Filer’s research includes work on flood mitigation, the use of economic development incentives by states and localities and economic forecasting. He also served on several regional boards including the Hampton Roads Economic Development Alliance and the Hampton Roads Innovation Collaborative. Loading... Coming October 1, your new best friend delivered right to your favorite device via the new Norfolk.gov, MyNorfolk mobile app and online resident portal. Mobile-friendly design Easy to navigate Track service requests in real-time Connecting with your city just got easier! Visual Arts Month October is Visual Arts Month and Norfolk Arts continues to shape Norfolk’s identity by fusing the downtown area and surrounding neighborhoods with over 70 public art projects. We’ve identified over 100 ways to experience visual arts every day in the Mermaid City. Not only will you find art in galleries and museums, you’ll find that many establishments are bringing visual arts to the forefront every day all year long. Full list available here. NPD Wins Big! Congratulations to our very own Norfolk Police! They won the national lip sync challenge on the CBS show Lip Sync to the Rescue. The first round of voting began in April online. NPD made the top 10 following the online vote and was one of two videos to advance to the live vote where they took first place and were awarded $100,000. City Council congratulated NPD with a resolution during their September 10 meeting. Live Norfolk Attucks 100 Community Celebration October 4 - 5 Attucks Theatre Sixth Annual Chelsea West Fest October 5, Noon - 6PM Chelsea Business District Battle of the Badges 2019 October 11 - 13 The Kroc Center 57th Annual Ocean View Art Show October 12 - 13 Ocean View Beach Park Barks & Brews October 13, Noon - 6PM Norfolk Botanical Garden From Here to Eternity Twilight 5k Run/Walk October 19, 5PM Elmwood & West Point Cemeteries Friends of NACC's Dogtoberfest October 20, 1 - 5PM O'Connor Brewing Company A Hot Career Opportunity Awaits Norfolk Fire-Rescue is now accepting applications online for Firefighter Recruits (individuals with no experience) and Fire Only Recruits (individuals with prior EMS experience). New hires with no experience or certifications enter the department as Firefighter Recruits and, upon successful completion of the recruit training academy, are promoted to the rank of Firefighter Advanced EMT. Starting salary is $40,000. It's Festival Time: October 17 - 20 Stockley Gardens Arts Festival Building community takes art. Music. Food. Laughter. A willingness to work together. Most of all, it takes vision. For over 30 years, Hope House has been the vision behind the Stockley Gardens Arts Festival. And now, the free event is a community tradition. The 5th Annual NEON Festival Presented by Business Consortium for Arts Support and Old Dominion University, this free festival welcomes everyone to experience the NEON District through art exhibitions, local and national performances, mural tours and programming unique to Norfolk's first arts neighborhood. Fall Town Point Wine Festival Spend a sunny fall weekend on the Downtown Norfolk Waterfront in Town Point Park, sampling a variety of over 200 wines from over 30 premier Virginia wineries! Feast on gourmet foods, shop from specialty merchants and enjoy live music at the most anticipated wine festival of the Fall season. Help us share the news! ‌ ‌ ‌ City of Norfolk Official Newsletter | 757-664-6510 | www.norfolk.gov STAY CONNECTED ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ City of Norfolk | 810 Union Street, Norfolk, VA 23510 Unsubscribe requests@muckrock.com Update Profile | About Constant Contact Sent by cityofnorfolk@norfolk.gov in collaboration with Try email marketing for free today!

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Connecting you to our urban, waterfront community Volume 16 | November 2019 Connecting you to our urban, waterfront community. Kick Off the Holiday Season! There's no better way to welcome the holiday season than Norfolk's 35th Grand Illumination Parade. It all steps off at 7PM on Saturday, November 23. This year's theme, "Toy Land," is sure to delight fans of all ages! Veterans Day The City of Norfolk recognizes and appreciates our veterans. Please join us for a special event and wreath laying ceremony at MacArthur Memorial on Monday, November 11 at 2PM. Mermaid Birthday Month November officially marks our mermaid's 20th birthday. Celebrate with a mermaid tour! Find our interactive mermaid map here. Be sure to post pics using #Mermaid20 and #NorfolkVA. Budget & Brews Join us for a chat over a beer or a coffee during our Budget and Brews series. Each event offers an opportunity to discuss budget topics with the director of our Budget Department. Live Norfolk A Night With Kareem Abdul-Jabbar November 1, 7:30PM Attucks Theatre Recycled Reads Used Book Sale November 8 - 10 Slover Library Books & Brew, Vino Too November 8, 7 - 10PM Slover Library Norfolk Family Justice Center Opening November 14, 2PM 500 E. Plume Street Church Street Jazz Series November 16, 8PM Attucks Theatre The Feldman Chamber Music Society November 18, 7:30PM Chrysler Museum of Art Slover National Speaker Series November 21, 5:30PM Slover Library Norfolk Harbor Half Marathon Weekend November 23 - 24 Downtown Norfolk Grand Illumination Parade November 23, 7PM Downtown Norfolk Princess Anne Corridor Project November 7, 6PM Jordan-Newby Anchor Branch Library Don't miss your chance to help transform the Princess Anne Road corridor. Autumn Career Fair November 14, 10AM - 1PM Workforce Development Center The annual Autumn Career Fair hosts over 50 employers who are ready to hire. Bring your resumes and dress appropriately. Help us share the news! ‌ ‌ ‌ City of Norfolk Official Newsletter | 757-664-6510 | www.norfolk.gov STAY CONNECTED ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ City of Norfolk | 810 Union Street, Norfolk, VA 23510 Unsubscribe requests@muckrock.com Update Profile | About Constant Contact Sent by cityofnorfolk@norfolk.gov in collaboration with Try email marketing for free today!

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Connecting you to our urban, waterfront community Volume 17 | December 2019 Connecting you to our urban, waterfront community. Living Legacy Groves Living Legacy Groves are planned groupings of trees and other native plantings on city property, made possible by donations from residents, businesses and nonprofit organizations. The groves are accessible to the public, include educational signage and are planted in areas earmarked for restoration. These groves add to the city's tree canopy and wouldn't be possible without our donors and volunteers! Mer-Made Mondays Need ideas for holiday shopping? Follow our Facebook or Twitter accounts for "Mer-Made Mondays," featuring places where you can shop Norfolk for everyone on your list! Of course, membership cards to Norfolk venues are great options, too. Love Multiplied In the last year, Norfolk's Department of Human Services staff helped 30 families find each other through adoption. Meet three families whose love multiplied and expanded. Find out more about adoption and foster care. Norfolk Cares in an App Trash running over with holiday wrappings? Schedule a bulk waste pickup on your cell phone. Download the MyNorfolk app, click “Bulky Item Pick Up Request” and fill out a brief form. That’s it! Norfolk Cares right on your phone. Live Norfolk 8th Annual Community Christmas Tree Lighting December 1, 4 - 6PM Ocean View Beach Park Budget and Brews December 5, 6PM Smartmouth Brewing Co. Breakfast with Santa December 7, 9 - 11:30AM Harbor Park Holiday Yule Log Bonfire December 7, Noon - 8PM Town Point Park Hurrah for the Holidays December 13 - 15 TCC Roper Performing Arts Center Winter Wonderland December 14, 10AM Slover Library The Best Christmas Pageant Ever December 14, 2PM TCC Roper Performing Arts Center Help Utilities Fight the Fat! Will you be cooking this holiday season? Keep the drains flowing by not pouring fats, oils and grease down the kitchen sink or garbage disposal. Help us share the news! ‌ ‌ ‌ City of Norfolk Official Newsletter | 757-664-6510 | www.norfolk.gov STAY CONNECTED ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ City of Norfolk | 810 Union Street, Norfolk, VA 23510 Unsubscribe requests@muckrock.com Update Profile | About Constant Contact Sent by cityofnorfolk@norfolk.gov in collaboration with Try email marketing for free today!

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Connecting you to our urban, waterfront community Volume 18 | January 2020 Connecting you to our urban, waterfront community. Team Norfolk Trains Olympians The new year brings about new opportunities. The City of Norfolk's Pernell Sweet Pea Whitaker Boxing Center provides a state-of-the-art facility for all ages and all skill levels, including athletes like Kelvin Davis, Olympic Boxing Candidate. Head Boxing Coach, Tyler Trask, states, "If you want to learn to box, we'll teach you how to box. If you want to get in shape, we'll get you in shape. If you want to compete, then we'll make you a champion." Find out more about the boxing center today. New Year - New Home Start the new year with a gift for yourself - homeownership. HomeNet makes it even more affordable for first-time home buyers through Homeward Norfolk for those purchasing in Ingleside, Monticello Village or Oakdale Farms with a $20,000 down payment and closing cost assistance for eligible applicants. Providing Hope In November, Virginia's first Family Justice Center opened in Norfolk at 500 E. Plume Street. The multi-agency center provides a single location for victims of crime to address immediate and long-term needs and provides trauma-informed care professionals 24 hours a day. More about the Norfolk Family Justice Center. Red Means STOP! The City's third PhotoSafe red light camera was installed at Hampton Boulevard and Princess Anne Road. The program is designed to reduce the number of violations by automatically capturing evidence of vehicles whose drivers violate the law. There is a 30-day grace period between activation and enforcement. Two Norfolk High Schools: TWO State Football Championships For the first time in 80 years, Maury High School brought home a football state championship with the defeat of Stone Bridge in the Class 5 showdown at Hampton University. Lake Taylor High School brought home its third state championship after defeating Tuscarora at Liberty University in Lynchburg for the Class 4 title. Congratulations to both teams! Live Norfolk Attucks Jazz Club Presents Lena Seikaly January 18, 8PM Attucks Theatre Teen Open Mic Night January 24, 7PM The Muse Writers Center Songs for a Dreamer: A Tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. January 19, 7PM Booker T. Washington High School Annual Martin Luther King Jr. Ceremony & March January 20, 10AM Attucks Theatre We Shall Overcome: A Celebration of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. January 31, 7:30PM Attucks Theatre You Count! Data from the census is used to determine congressional apportionment and redistricting, as well as to distribute over $900 billion across 325 federal spending programs. The city is also working with the Census Bureau to recruit and hire approximately 1,600 persons in Norfolk. We encourage everyone to learn more at norfolk.gov/census. Contact Norfolk Utilities 24-HR live operator at 757-823-1000 for water or sewer emergencies. Protect Your Pipes This Winter! Frozen pipes on your property are something to watch for in the winter months. Here are five tips to help stop the problem before a potential burst. Wrap exposed pipes with insulating material. Locate your inside water shut-off valve, if your home has one, and tag it so it’s clearly identifiable. If your house has a crawl space, cover outside vents to prevent winter winds from freezing pipes. Keep the garage door closed. Some water pipes are located under concrete garage floors. Drip it. Keep water moving with a small trickle. Need help for recovery? Just dial #250 and say "Recovery." The Norfolk Prevention Coalition is here for you during the holidays and every day. Help Others Improve Financially Are you looking for a way to give back? Help your neighbors become financially secure by becoming a Financial Education Volunteer with BankOn. Find out more. Help us share the news! ‌ ‌ ‌ City of Norfolk Official Newsletter | 757-664-6510 | www.norfolk.gov STAY CONNECTED ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ City of Norfolk | 810 Union Street, Norfolk, VA 23510 Unsubscribe requests@muckrock.com Update Profile | About Constant Contact Sent by cityofnorfolk@norfolk.gov in collaboration with Try email marketing for free today!

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Connecting you to our urban, waterfront community Volume 19 | February 2020 Connecting you to our urban, waterfront community. Multimodal Norfolk Over the next 18 months, we're developing a Multimodal Transportation Master Plan to help define the direction that the city’s transportation system will take over the coming years. This plan provides the framework for both large and small transportation decisions. The purpose of Multimodal Norfolk is to better connect the ways we travel - by foot, bus, bike, scooter and car - to make our city safer and more prosperous in the future. To make this happen, we need to hear from YOU! A series of public meetings will take place in February where you can share your thoughts on transportation in the Mermaid City. Find the full list of dates and locations here. Hidden in Plain Sight Can you recognize the signs of substance abuse? Would you know what to look for in a teenager’s room? Join us on Saturday, February 15 (9AM - noon) at St. Patrick Catholic School and we’ll show you - signs of substance use are often “Hidden in Plain Sight.” Register for this free event at barryrobinson.org. Munson Park Artist Ken McCall incorporated three time capsules into the base of our newest public art project, "Place In Time," installed at Munson Park on Saturday, January 25. The free-standing sculpture represents generations and the changing dynamics within the community. Munson Park is also home to a newly renovated playground with adaptive equipment so everyone can enjoy the outdoors. You Count! We're hosting a pep rally for the Census 2020 on Wednesday, January 29 (5 - 7PM) at Waterside District! Show them YOU COUNT! Join us for music, the NSU Spartan Legion, raffles and more! Raffle items include: family four pack to the Admirals, tickets to the North American Festival of Laughs, tickets to Martin Lawrence. Improved Norfolk AIR Launches Property information, photos, maps and values across the city available on the improved Norfolk Address Information Resource - Norfolk AIR. This highly visual site is easy to use and understand - allowing residents to access data from multiple public records to see all kinds of information at a glance: zoning and flood data, recent sale and assessment values, schools and polling places. You can even view years’ worth of aerial photos to see how a property has changed over time. New features allow users to seek information on individual addresses, or to compare properties within a geographic area or by other features within a street, across neighborhoods, or across the city. Live Norfolk African American History Month Opening Celebration February 1, 1PM Jordan-Newby Anchor Branch Library 6th Annual African American Trailblazers Honors Program February 2, 3PM Chrysler Museum One Woman Show "Evolution of a Black Girl: From the Slave House to the White House" February 2, 2PM Slover Library NPL's Antique Roadshow with Ghent Antiques February 8, 1 - 4PM Van Wyck Branch Library Fashion Has Gone to the Dogs February 9, 1 - 2:30PM MacArthur Center Speaker Series: On Desperate Ground February 13, 7PM MacArthur Memorial HRT Naval Station Norfolk Transit Corridor Project Public Meetings February 19, 4 - 6PM Delta Hotels February 20, 4 - 6PM Mary D. Pretlow Library Norfolk Saves During America Saves Week Since 2007, America Saves Week has served as a call to action for every day Americans to commit to saving successfully. Follow our city social media platforms during the week of February 24 to find ways you can save! February is Heart Month Learn CPR. Get the app. Save a life. Immediate, effective CPR can more than double the chance of survival. Norfolk Fire-Rescue provides FREE hands-only CPR training to groups of 10 - 20 people in 30 - 45 minutes. Register through the MyNorfolk app or call (757) 664.6510. Already trained? Download the PulsePoint app! Do You Know an Emerging Leader? The City of Norfolk is excited to provide meaningful and educational employment opportunities to youth and young adults through the Norfolk Emerging Leaders (NEL) Program. The program is divided into two opportunities: Emerging Leaders & Municipal Interns. Deadlines are approaching! Find out details here. Help us share the news! ‌ ‌ ‌ City of Norfolk Official Newsletter | 757-664-6510 | www.norfolk.gov STAY CONNECTED ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ City of Norfolk | 810 Union Street, Norfolk, VA 23510 Unsubscribe requests@muckrock.com Update Profile | About Constant Contact Sent by cityofnorfolk@norfolk.gov in collaboration with Try email marketing for free today!

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Connecting you to our urban, waterfront community Volume 20 | March 2020 Connecting you to our urban, waterfront community. Building the Future in Norfolk The dedication of the new Camp Allen School marks the final chapter of the "Building the Future Initiative" to construct five new schools for Norfolk children. The collaboration between the City and Norfolk Public Schools began in 2014. In 2015, City Council amended the comprehensive agreement with S.B. Ballard to $121 million for construction and $7.1 million to the school division for the purchase and installation of furniture, equipment and technology for the five new schools. The City's $133.1 million total investment built 21st century learning environments: Southside STEM Academy at Campostella, Richard Bowling Elementary, Larchmont Elementary, Ocean View Elementary, Camp Allen School. Women's History Month Charlene Butts Ligon In partnership with Norfolk State University, Norfolk Public Library is honored to host Charlene Butts Ligon for Women’s History Month on Tuesday, March 24 at noon at the Lyman Beecher Brooks Library Rotunda. Ligon will discuss her book FEARLESS: How a poor Virginia seamstress took on Jim Crow, beat the poll tax and changed her city forever. NFR Women Trailblazers Norfolk Fire-Rescue will recognize 18 women trailblazers on Friday, March 13 at 2PM during a special ceremony at the Norfolk Fire-Rescue Training Center. Since 1979, these women have helped pave the way for fellow female firefighters, including the current 33 females serving in the department. A Team of Their Own

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Connecting you to our urban, waterfront community Volume 21 | April 2020 Connecting you to our urban, waterfront community. The City's Response to COVID-19 The City of Norfolk continues to provide essential services, including trash pick-up and services provided by the Community Services Board. Norfolk's interactive COVID-19 Business/Organization Status Map collects status and operating information for local businesses and displays it so residents can locate goods or services. To submit information on your business, just click on the mermaid logo at the top left on that webpage and complete a brief survey. The Department of Development introduced a series of programs and initiatives available to Norfolk businesses.

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Connecting you to our urban, waterfront community Volume 22 | May 2020 Connecting you to our urban, waterfront community. CARES Act: What You Need to Know About the Federal Stimulus Check As part of our continuing effort to keep residents informed about the coronavirus pandemic response, the City of Norfolk explains the Federal CARES Act as well as provides an online fact sheet. The city continues to provide essential services, including trash pick-up and services provided by the Community Services Board. Continue to follow the city's efforts on social media and visit the FAQ webpage for more answers. The city's IT department also established an online hub for COVID-19 updates relating to Norfolk. FY 2021 Budget Update City Manager Dr. Chip Filer will "develop and refine a service level plan that aligns with responsible revenue projections in these uncertain times." Norfolk Works Norfolk Works is THE resource for local jobseekers and hiring companies. Helping employers and job seekers find workforce solutions. Tax Questions Answered Visit the FAQ section on Norfolk.gov and click on Permits & Payments tab for important information and contact lists. Live Norfolk Wednesday, May 6 at 6 PM Budget Public Hearing Operating, CIP, HUD Annual Plan Watch at norfolk.gov and Channel 48, via Webex or call 1-415-655-0002 meeting number: 472 714 474 password: PHBudgetFY2021# Tuesday, May 12 Budget Public Hearing Real Estate Reassessment Watch livestream and Channel 48. Virtual meeting information to be announced. Tuesday, May 19 City Council Adopts First Quarter Budget Appropriation Have You Done It Yet? The city needs YOU! Compete your 2020 Census online, by mail or over the phone. Find out more at norfolk.gov/census. Broad Creek Refresh Public Meeting The Department of City Planning is embarking on a two-phase community-driven refresh of the 2004 Broad Creek Plan (Broad Creek Revitalization & Implementation Plan Book). To kick off Phase I, we are hosting a Virtual Community Meeting on April 30 at 6:00 PM to discuss the effort and the pending general plan amendments and rezonings, which are tentatively scheduled to be heard by the City Planning Commission on May 28. How to access the meeting: By phone: +1-415-655-0002 By computer: visit norfolk.gov/broadcreekrefresh Meeting number (access code): 476 040 131 Meeting password: vJSPtPP27*4 2020 Water Quality Report The 2020 Water Quality Report is now available! Printed copies are available upon request by calling (757) 664-6701. There's Still Time! The city is developing a Multimodal Transportation Master Plan to help define Norfolk's transportation system. Provide your input: transit choices survey. Help us share the news! ‌ ‌ ‌ City of Norfolk Official Newsletter | 757-664-6510 | www.norfolk.gov STAY CONNECTED ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ City of Norfolk | 810 Union Street, Norfolk, VA 23510 Unsubscribe requests@muckrock.com Update Profile | About Constant Contact Sent by cityofnorfolk@norfolk.gov in collaboration with Try email marketing for free today!

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Connecting you to our urban, waterfront community Volume 23 | June 2020 Connecting you to our urban, waterfront community. OpenNorfolk This boots-on-the-ground small business assistance program ensures businesses throughout the city are able to open in a safe, physically-distanced manner and financially recover as quickly as possible. OpenNorfolk: Provides clear guidance to small business owners and a toolkit to help them expand into either their own outdoor space (parking lots and yards) or in the public right-of-way (sidewalks, parking spaces, etc.) on pedestrian commercial corridors. Provides hands-on assistance to business owners who would like a small team of people to help them move their own furniture, provide outdoor furnishings, or build them a parklet or other temporary furnishings for outdoor dining. Find out more about the program and how to get assistance. Hurricane Preparedness As hurricane season approaches, now is the time to get prepared. Make sure you have supplies, protected your property and Know Your Zone! Why We Serve The first week of May was Public Service Recognition Week, and Team Norfolk shared some of the many reasons for serving the residents of the Mermaid City. Have You Done It Yet? The city needs YOU! Complete your 2020 Census online, by mail or over the phone. Find out more at norfolk.gov/census. Live Norfolk Virtual Lunch Hour Meower Shower Thursday, May 28 at Noon Norfolk Animal Care Center Facebook Norfolk Fire-Rescue Storytimes Fridays in June at 2 PM Norfolk Public Library Facebook Storytelling with Atumpan Saturday, June 6 at 2 PM Norfolk Public Library Facebook Master Your Money Virtual Series Tuesday, June 2 at 10 AM Thursday, June 4 at 6 PM Online Master Your Money Virtual Series Wednesday, June 10 at 6 PM Friday, June 12 at 10 AM Online Broad Creek Refresh Survey We're embarking on a community-driven “refresh” of the 2004 Broad Creek Plan and we need your input! View maps, the virtual public meeting and take the survey at www.norfolk.gov/broadcreekrefresh. Norfolk Cares Call Center In one week, nine Norfolk Cares employees handled 5,150 calls, app and online portal submissions and emails from residents. Help us share the news! ‌ ‌ ‌ City of Norfolk Official Newsletter | 757-664-6510 | www.norfolk.gov STAY CONNECTED ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ City of Norfolk | 810 Union Street, Norfolk, VA 23510 Unsubscribe requests@muckrock.com Update Profile | About Constant Contact Sent by cityofnorfolk@norfolk.gov in collaboration with Try email marketing for free today!

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Connecting you to our urban, waterfront community Volume 24 | July 2020 Connecting you to our urban, waterfront community. Norfolk: Safe and Strong The city's multi-pronged approach to recovery keeps the health and safety of our residents and employees at the forefront as we begin to reopen facilities to the public. We're excited to resume operations in the Mermaid City, but have new restrictions and hours in place to maintain the prescribed guidelines and to keep everyone safe and strong. Below is reopening schedule information for popular facilities in the city. Be sure to check out our FAQs online for up-to-date information. The Virginia Zoo: June 25 Reservations are required, as a limited number of guests are permitted each day. All Visitors & Zoo Members: Thursday – Monday, 10AM - 5PM Zoo Members Only: Tuesday and Wednesday, 10AM - 5PM MacArthur Memorial: July 1 The Memorial building and the Visitors Center will be limited to 25% capacity. Wednesday-Saturday, 10AM – 5PM Sunday, 11AM – 5PM. Nauticus: July 3 Advanced, online tickets will be required for all guests and members. Wednesday - Saturday, 10AM - 5PM Sunday, Noon - 5PM. Norfolk Public Library & Slover Library: July 7 Jordan-Newby Anchor Branch, Mary D. Pretlow Anchor Branch and Slover Library will offer limited Grab-n-Go service. Tuesday - Thursday, 10 AM – 6PM Friday & Saturday, 10AM - 5PM Sunday, 1PM - 5PM NACC's Summer Solstice Celebrate the solstice with a companion who worships you for the star you are – adopt a dog of 30lbs or more for just $35 from Norfolk Animal Care Center! This special will last through Sunday, July 5. Now in High-Def! Now you can enjoy your favorite City of Norfolk community videos and watch Norfolk City Council meetings in clear, bright high definition television. Standard definition: Cox channels 46, 47, 48 High definition: Cox channels 1046, 1047, 1048 Scooters Are Back During the height of COVID-19, the City & Lime suspended the scooter program. Now, with additional sanitation procedures in place, a limited number of scooters are back on the streets. Lime is also introducing parking corrals in strategic locations to keep areas safe and orderly. Live Norfolk MacArthur Memorial Reopening Wednesday, July 1 Wed. - Sat. 10AM - 5PM Sun. 11AM - 5PM Nauticus Reopening Friday, July 3 Wed. - Sat. 10AM - 5PM Sun. Noon - 5PM NPL & Slover Library Reopening Tuesday, July 7 Tues. - Thurs., 10 AM – 6PM Fri. & Sat., 10AM - 5PM Sun., 1PM - 5PM Summer Camp at d'Art Art & Science: July 6 - 10 Art & Math: July 13 - 17 Art & Science: July 20 - 24 Art & Math: July 27 - 31 Find out more Summer Camp with Hurrah Camp 1: July 13 - July 24 Camp 2: July 27 - August 7 Find out more Multimodal Norfolk Over the past several months, the city's Department of Transit worked with the consultant team to reimagine Norfolk transit. Now is your time to review plans, take the transit choices and system plan surveys and provide feedback through virtual town hall meetings:  Thursday, July 9 (6 - 7PM) Tuesday, July 14 (Noon - 1PM) To register, click on the dates above. The town hall webinars will include a brief presentation followed by a question and answer session. The presentation will be the same at both webinars. Virtual Appointments Available Do you have questions about how your infant or toddler is developing? Even during COVID-19, the Infant and Toddler Connection of Norfolk is here to help. Call (757) 441-1186 to schedule a virtual ‘home visit’ for your little one! Need more information about this program? Visit: www.norfolk.gov/infant. Help us share the news! ‌ ‌ ‌ City of Norfolk Official Newsletter | 757-664-6510 | www.norfolk.gov STAY CONNECTED ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ City of Norfolk | 810 Union Street, Norfolk, VA 23510 Unsubscribe requests@muckrock.com Update Profile | About Constant Contact Sent by cityofnorfolk@norfolk.gov in collaboration with Try email marketing for free today!

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Connecting you to our urban, waterfront community Volume 25 | August 2020 Connecting you to our urban, waterfront community. OpenNorfolk: Neighborhood Spots Neighborhood Spots are temporary, flexible public parks that will provide safe, healthy, fun and educational pop-up programming as part of the OpenNorfolk initiative. OpenNorfolk is a boots-on-the-ground community assistance program through the City of Norfolk that is helping local businesses open safely under The Governor’s Phase 1-3 Guidelines. In Phase 3, OpenNorfolk continues to assist local businesses while focusing on neighborhoods and communities, filling the community’s needs for outdoor programming, safe places for families and kids, and community activation. Broad Creek Neighborhood Spot 1200 Roberts Road Five Points Neighborhood Spot 6123 Sewells Point Road Mask Up, Norfolk! For Team Norfolk, wearing masks is about more than protecting ourselves - it's about protecting the well-being of our colleagues and residents. While masks are required at all city facilities, we ask that you join us in fighting the spread of COVID-19 in our city by wearing a mask whenever you are out in public spaces. It takes all of us to keep Norfolk healthy! Crumbs & So Much More Earlier this year, volunteers from Grace Bible Church worked with staff at the Norfolk Educational Transition Academy within the Juvenile Detention Center to teach kids entrepreneurship and other skills by launching a cookie baking business. When the pandemic paused their plans, the volunteers returned, with masks and gloves, to continue working with the kids. CORE Grant Funds CORE Grant funds are available to small for-profit businesses and nonprofits located in Norfolk. Priority will be given to minority and women-owned businesses. Applicants will be required to demonstrate that they were operational pre-COVID-19 and that they are suffering negative impacts from COVID-19 closures. Applications available August 5 at www.NorfolkDevelopment.com. Live Norfolk Broad Creek: Buzz About Bees Broad Creek Neighborhood Spot Wednesday, August 5 9AM - Noon A Soldier's Play Virginia Arts Festival Outdoor Courtyard Wednesday, August 5 - Saturday August 15 8PM Michelangelo - A Different View MacArthur Center Friday, August 7 - Sunday, August 30 11AM Virtual Reading of Nat's Last Struggle Virginia Stage Company Online Event Sunday, August 9 3PM - 4:30PM Find out more Simple Machines at Work! Nauticus Online Event Tuesday, August 25 3PM Find out more Don't Be Trashy Help us keep Norfolk beautiful by taking your trash with you - whether you're on the beach or visiting the park. Notice that a bin is overflowing? Report it using the MyNorfolk app (available in the App Store and Google Play) or using the MyNorfolk online portal. Want to make an even bigger difference? Become a volunteer with Keep Norfolk Beautiful and join them on an upcoming litter pick up day. Retain Your Rain Take the first step towards building a neighborhood garden or planting trees on your street – apply for this fall’s Retain Your Rain Project grant. Open to all nonprofits, civic leagues, churches and other local organizations. Apply before September 1 for the opportunity to receive up to $2500 from the City of Norfolk towards the environmental project of your choice. Contact retainyourrain@norfolk.gov for questions about eligibility, input on your project idea and to submit your application! Pet Resources Available Norfolk Animal Care Center announces additional support for pet owners through a new coordinated entry program and comprehensive pet resource guide. With these, NACC can better help pet owners who need assistance to keep a pet at home as well as those who need to find a new home for a companion animal. Find the pet resource guide and more on our website at www.norfolk.gov/nacc. Breaking City of Norfolk News Directly to Your Inbox Find out what’s happening first, sign up for Norfolk notifications, including press releases. Help us share the news! ‌ ‌ ‌ City of Norfolk Official Newsletter | 757-664-6510 | www.norfolk.gov STAY CONNECTED ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ City of Norfolk | 810 Union Street, Norfolk, VA 23510 Unsubscribe requests@muckrock.com Update Profile | About our service provider Sent by cityofnorfolk@norfolk.gov powered by Try email marketing for free today!

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