Virtual Town Hall
This new online citizen engagement tool is designed to gather input from residents about city projects and initiatives with the goal of incorporating feedback into the decision-making process. Sign up today and share your views on everything from park designs to budget priorities. Join the conversation by registering with your name, email and home address.
Be the first to be “in the know”. The City of Virginia Beach now offers free e-mail newsletter subscriptions. Get the latest city news, programs, publications, events, and information delivered directly to your e-mail account. Type your email address in the box below and click “GO.” It’s that easy!
You will find a list of the various social networking sites managed by the City of Virginia Beach. In addition to the city’s general social networking sites, you will find that several city departments and agencies have individual sites that are dedicated to information specific to that department.
The City of Virginia Beach is always interested to hear what citizens, businesses, and visitors think about certain topics and city initiatives. The comments, suggestions, and feedback we receive help us to better understand the wants and needs of the community we serve, and to continually improve our services and processes. This page contains links to Virginia Beach surveys on a variety of topics. Please take a few minutes to complete any of the City of Virginia Beach surveys that are of interest to you. We value and appreciate your feedback.
Really Simple Syndication (RSS) is an easy and free way to get the information you want whenever it is updated, even if you are not on the VBgov.com Web site. Want up-to-the-minute news, events, or hot topics? You choose what you want to track and how often you want to be updated. To use RSS, you'll need to use a RSS reader — a program that provides a real-time interface to the feeds you select or a web browser that is capable of reading RSS feed. RSS readers come in all sizes and shapes. Many are Web-based; some send headlines to your e-mail or cell phone. Two examples are Windows Live and Bloglines, but VBgov.com's RSS feeds should work with any reader using the standard XML-based format.