City Page - September 21, 2017

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Neptune Festival and Boardwalk Weekend Kick off Sept. 29

The long-time local favorite returns for the 44th year at the Virginia Beach Oceanfront.

Business Is Booming at the Beach

In the last month, several businesses have expanded, put down roots in or relocated to Virginia Beach, creating more jobs and helping to boost the local economy.

Make Sure You’re Registered to Vote before the Oct. 16 Deadline

Virginia Beach voters will help select representatives for a number of state and local offices.

Parking at the Oceanfront Is Easier than Ever

Pay, add time and find out when your time is about to expire with this convenient, free mobile app.

Recycle Your Electronics at the Virginia Aquarium

Popular Virginia Aquarium E-cycling event returns on Saturday, September 30 in the east parking lot.

Let the City Know What You Think about Long-Term Plans for the Interfacility Traffic Area

The Interfacility Traffic Area (ITA), a zoning district established to limit development that is incompatible with frequent jet air traffic, is located south of Princess Anne Road (east of Landstown High School) and north of Indian River Road and the North Landing River.

Photographer's Corner

NAS Oceana and the Virginia Beach City Public School (VBCPS) system once again partnered to provide every fifth-grader enrolled in Virginia Beach City Public Schools (VBCPS) the opportunity to take a one-of-kind field trip to Naval Air Station (NAS) Oceana free of charge. The special Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) Lab Day, was held Friday, Sept. 15 as a part of the annual Air Show.

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Formal Sessions
Tuesday, Oct. 3 & 17 — 6 p.m. 
City Council Chambers
City Hall, Bldg. 1, 2nd Floor
Formal sessions preceded by informal session

Workshop
Tuesday, Sept. 26 & Oct. 10 — 4 p.m.
City Council Conference Room
City Hall, Bldg. 1, 2nd Floor



​Citizens’ Open Dialogue Following Adjournment 

Citizens may speak for three minutes at the end of the first formal session of the month (Oct. 3​​) 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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