“We would really like to see the city step up and take care of this area and implement Phase 4 and implement Phase 3 now,” said Ocean Park Civic League President Andrew Broyles.”

View video at 13NewsNow.com. “nothing really safe there for pedestrians” And: “Shore Drive is the 3rd most traveled road in Virginia Beach” Did you know it’ll be ~20 years between completing only 2 Phases of bringing Shore Drive up to the standards of the rest of the city. Let’s step up and take care ofContinue reading ““We would really like to see the city step up and take care of this area and implement Phase 4 and implement Phase 3 now,” said Ocean Park Civic League President Andrew Broyles.””

BAC Outreach Meeting Thursday June 20th

View invitation to attend Outreach meeting.(2 pg PDF) This spring’s Outreach meeting will be held on Thursday, June 20, 2019 during the regular BAC meeting. The community input will begin shortly after the 3:30pm eeting start time. The meeting will be held at the Virginia Beach Tennis and Country Club, located at 1950 Thomas BishopContinue reading “BAC Outreach Meeting Thursday June 20th”

Saturday, June 1 from 1 to 3 p.m. Cox High School 2425 Shorehaven Drive is added to list of Public Meetings

The City Is Hosting a Series of Sea Level Rise Public Meetings at VBGov.com. Virginia Beach Public Works has announced a series of public meetings with Old Dominion University in May and June concerning the City’s efforts in developing a comprehensive flooding response plan for sea level rise. Working with Dewberry, Public Works Engineering hasContinue reading “Saturday, June 1 from 1 to 3 p.m. Cox High School 2425 Shorehaven Drive is added to list of Public Meetings”

We thought you might be interested in a simple step to help move a bill that will help increase residential and commercial tree canopy throughout VA, in the name of water quality improvement and flood mitigation.

From Tanner: Delegate Keam’s proposed tree canopy Bill HB 2333 is something we have been looking forward to for some time. View Bill HB 2333 here. Why is the legislation needed? Virginia state code currently limits the amount of canopy a locality may require a developer to plant/replace/preserve. For example, under current law, for aContinue reading “We thought you might be interested in a simple step to help move a bill that will help increase residential and commercial tree canopy throughout VA, in the name of water quality improvement and flood mitigation.”