The City of Virginia Beach will host a public input meeting July 16 for its North Landing River Greenway
and Management Plan.
Anyone interested in the continued management and
protection of this vital corridor – the center of the city’s largest
watershed – is invited to learn, provide input and shape the plan.
The city aims to protect this hidden treasure while considering
possible non-intensive recreational uses and ecotourism activities, in a
carefully planned and sustainable manner. Participants will explore shared management strategies among federal, state, local and private landowners.
This is the first meeting in a series to gather input from all
stakeholders who have an interest in ensuring that the North Landing
River corridor is maintained in a collaborative and responsible manner –
for the enjoyment of all citizens and visitors, now and in the future.
The meeting will be Tuesday, July 16, from 7 to 9 p.m. at Creeds Elementary School, 920 Princess Anne Road.
For more information, visit www.vbgov.com/northlanding , or www.VBgov.com/sustainplan, or contact Calvin Jackson at (757) 385-8614.