City Page - July 2, 2020

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REMINDER: Consumer Fireworks Are Illegal in Virginia Beach

The annual July 4 fireworks displays at the Oceanfront and Mount Trashmore have been cancelled due to the pandemic.

Virginia Moved into Phase 3 of Reopening July 1

More City facilities have reopened to the public; beach regulations further relaxed.

City Provides Financial Relief for Residents Impacted by Pandemic

City Council approved the $6 million in relief as a part of the FY2020-21 budget that began July 1.

Virginia Department of Health Urges Residents to Engage with Legitimate Contact Tracers, Avoid Scams

Contact tracers will not ask for social security numbers or bank details.

It’s Not too Late to Sign up for the City’s New Supplier Portal

Register your business to receive notices of upcoming bids and contract opportunities, submit invoices and more.

Photographer's Corner

In an effort to enhance community relationships by breaking down the cultural and generational divides that exist today, students from Virginia Beach Public Schools have joined with police to create an art project about a year in the making. The murals are open to the public and located outside of VBPD’s 4th Precinct.

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Formal Sessions July 7 & 21, 6 p.m.

City Council Chambers
City Hall, Bldg. 1, 2nd Floor
2401 Courthouse Drive

Special Formal Sessions July 14 & 28, 6 p.m.

City Council Chambers
City Hall, Bldg. 1, 2nd Floor
2401 Courthouse Drive

July 23 - Public Hearing on the Confederate Statue

7 p.m. at the Virginia Beach Convention Center
1000 19th Street
Any citizen wishing to make comments virtually during the public hearing should follow a two-step process provided below:


​Citizens’ Open Dialogue Following Adjournment ​

Citizens may speak for three minutes at the end of the first formal session of the month (first Tuesday of the month) about topics that are not on the agenda. ​No more than three speakers may speak on the same non-agenda topic at the same meeting. The first three speakers who register with the city clerk will be called to speak.​ City Council Me​etings​ are cablecast live on VBTV via Cox channel 48 & Verizon channel 45. You may also watch online on the City's YouTube Channel.​
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