The Virginia Beach Zoning Commission presented a proposal to the City Council concerning Short Term Rental regulations in areas of Shore Drive including Ocean Park. If this regulation is approved, the new regulations remove the requirement for property owners to get a Conditional Use Permit (CUP) before instituting short term rental activity on their property…. Continue Reading →
On September 22 the City Council heard a briefing from Mr. Philip Roehrs concerning an alternate plan being moved forward for replenishment of the bay beaches. In this proposal sand dredged from Norfolk Harbor will be used to replenish Cape Henry, Ocean Park and Chesapeake Beaches. The advantage of the new proposal would be the… Continue Reading →
Would you like to get involved in the Ocean Park community? Would you like to work with great people to improve our unique neighborhoods? If you would like to be more involved in the work of the Civic League, you might be interested in joining the Board or working on a committee. Email Ryan Cochran… Continue Reading →
These shirts and sweatshirts are awesome! The short sleeve cotton t-shirts colors are white, blue, gray and pink sizes S-XL. The sweatshirts are gray hoodies (no zipper) in sizes M-XL and a few 3X. To gauge sizes for children: the S size has chest measurement of 34 in. and is 24 in. long. You may… Continue Reading →
We can all use some good news these days! At the July 9th virtual OPCL meeting, Jill Doczi provided an update from the City about the sand replenishment for Ocean Park beach. James White from VB Public Works wrote Jill that the plan is to rebid the project with a longer performance period, and the… Continue Reading →
The presentation about the Marlin Bay Apartment complex development scheduled for the BAC meeting Thursday at 3:30 has been cancelled by the developer. They were planning to include additional information from the city which was not available in time.
Developer’s request to rezone to allow for 227-unit apartment structure goes to planning meeting soon. Contact City officials and let them know your concerns! Click on linked email addresses below “Hi, my name is __ and I am an Ocean Park (resident, homeowner, business owner). I oppose the request to increase density and rezone Marlin… Continue Reading →
Developer’s request for 227-unit apartment structure goes to planning meeting in June. Contact City officials and let them know your concerns! Click on linked email addresses below “Hi, my name is __ and I am an Ocean Park (resident, homeowner, business owner). I oppose the request to increase density and rezone Marlin Bay Apartments on… Continue Reading →
On Saturday, May 2nd, the boat ramp was closed to further launches at 9:20 a.m. because the parking lot was full, and traffic was gridlocked on adjoining streets by 10 a.m.
What’s going to happen this weekend? OPCL Board sent a letter to City about what is going to be done to mitigate this. How could first responders respond?
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