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. These
meetings are held in the fall and 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 Tuesday, November
27 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at the Meyera E. Oberndorf Central Library
auditorium. Please see the related
documents posted here and plan to attend.