The Virginia Beach Historic Preservation Commission has held a public meeting each year since 2009 to discuss the critical issues of historic preservation with the citizens and to actively solicit their input. The last meeting was held November 27, 2012. The meetings are publicized in the Virginian-Pilot and on the City of Virginia Beach website.
The Historic Preservation Commission has utilized a number of different meeting formats for the annual meeting including small group discussions, breakout sessions, featured speakers and open forums. The primary purposes of the meetings are to inform the public of the work of the Commission, engage the public in historic preservation efforts and to gather public input.
The next scheduled Public Meeting on Historic Preservation in Virginia Beach will be on Thursday, April 3 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at the Meyera E. Oberndorf Central Library auditorium. The related documents posted here are for the April 2014 meeting. Please plan to attend to learn more about the Preservation Commission's activities and to provide your input.