City Page - June 13, 2013
In addition to ongoing road projects and improvements, the city is in the process of adding several new buildings to its infrastructure.
Workforce Housing Units at Riverlake Are Ready to Sell - See if You Qualify Today
Being able to live where you work contributes to individual and community quality of life. Despite a slowdown in the housing market, home prices in Virginia Beach still remain unaffordable for many moderate-income, working professionals. The Workforce Housing Program makes affordable housing more accessible so that vital members of our workforce are able to live and work in Virginia Beach.
Weekends aren't the only time to enjoy summer nightlife in Virginia Beach! Why not make every "hump day" the best day of the week at YNot Wednesdays?
Cirquesa Dreamquest Debuts at the Oceanfront
A new theatrical, acrobatic circus made its debut this month beneath a big top tent at Rudee Inlet.
The park has a 775-foot beach north of the 400-foot fishing pier for surfing, and a 2,000-foot beach for swimming and fishing south of the pier. It also features canoe and kayak access to Back Bay, as well as a brackish lake with excellent fishing and crabbing along the western border.
The 400-foot Little Island Fishing Pier is open seven days a week. A Virginia Saltwater Fishing License is not required on the fishing pier, but is required to fish from the beach. Only service dogs are permitted on the pier.
June 18 — 4 p.m.
City Council Conference Room
City Hall, 2nd Floor
June 25, July 2 & 9 — 6 p.m.
City Council Chamber, City Hall, 2nd Floor
Preceded by informal session.
Note: City Council will not meet July 16, 23 or August 6.
Citizens’ Open Dialogue Following Adjournment
Citizens may speak for three minutes at the end of the first formal session of the month (July 2) about concerns that are not on the agenda.
City of Virginia Beach
ATC/1800 College Crescent, Room H161
Virginia Beach, VA 23453
Main: (757) 385-4075