• City Launches New Text-to-911 Service

    "Call if You Can, Text if You Can't," that's the message that Virginia Beach 9-1-1 Telecommunicators want you to know. The new service will allow citizens who are deaf, hard of hearing or those who may be unable to speak, a way to contact 911 to request emergency service.

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  • Budget Accountability and Transparency: Open VB

    Citizens can now focus on any aspect of the city’s budget – revenues, expenses, operations and capital projects – both as big picture snapshots and in more specific detail thanks to a new cloud-based open budget application called Open VB. It is designed to promote greater accountability and transparency to the public.

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  • Share Your Thoughts on the City Budget – Online

    City leaders want to hear from you about the proposed 2015-16 budget. We have created an online forum called Virtual Town Hall at www.VBgov.com/virtualtownhall where citizens can share their thoughts. Your answers to these questions will help guide the City Council’s budget discussions.

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  • Councilmember Henley to Hold Monthly Town Hall Meeting April 23

    Councilmember Barbara Henley's monthly town hall meeting will run from 5 to 7 p.m. in Building 19, Room A, at the Municipal Center. Henley, who represents the Princess Anne District, will discuss topics including the proposed city budget and Princess Anne project updates among others.

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  • City Accepting Applications for Community Organization Grants

    The City of Virginia Beach is currently accepting applications for Community Organization Grants (COG) through May 1. The COG program provides an opportunity for qualified non-profit organizations that deliver services to Virginia Beach citizens to receive funding from the city.

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