News Center Stay up-to-date on the latest news from the City of Virginia Beach. SearchSearch by Date RangeStart End View News by Category All NewsAgricultureAquarium and MuseumsBudget & Management ServicesCity AttorneyCity AuditorCity ClerkCity ManagerCity TreasurerCommissioner of the RevenueCommonwealth's AttorneyCommunications OfficeConvention and Visitors BureauCourtsCultural AffairsEconomic DevelopmentEmergency Communications & Citizen ServicesEmergency Medical ServicesFinanceFireHousing & Neighborhood PreservationHuman Resources (City)Human ServicesInformation TechnologyParks & RecreationPlanningPolicePublic HealthPublic LibrariesPublic UtilitiesPublic WorksReal Estate AssessorStrategic Growth AreaVolunteer ResourcesVoter Registration & ElectionsCurrent Category Emergency Communications & Citizen Services Page Content Public Invited to Comment on Re-Accreditation of Virginia Beach Emergency Communications & Citizen ServicesWednesday, March 22, 2017Virginia Beach residents are invited to call in with comments as the city's Emergency Communications & Citizen Services (ECCS) Department undergoes voluntary re-accreditation. ECCS operates the city's 911 and 311 services.A team of assessors from the Commission on Accred … UPDATE: The nationwide outage affecting the AT&T cellular network has been resolved.Wednesday, March 08, 2017AT&T Cellular Experiencing Nationwide Issues with Contacting 911 A nationwide 911 outage on the AT&T cellular network is affecting AT&T cell phone subscribers. If you are having issues contacting 911 in Virginia Beach, please call the non=emergency number a … AT&T Cellular Experiencing Nationwide Issues with Contacting 911Wednesday, March 08, 2017A nationwide 911 outage on the AT&T cellular network is affecting AT&T cell phone subscribers. If you are having issues contacting 911 in Virginia Beach, please call the non=emergency number at 757-385-5000 or send a text message to 911."We're monitoring the iss … Virginia Beach Moves to New Emergency Alert System; All Users Must Re-Register to Continue Receiving Emergency MessagesFriday, November 18, 2016Recently, the City contracted with a new vendor, Everbridge, to provide the platform for the City's emergency notification alert and warning system, VBAlert. Originally launched in 2005, VBAlert is a system used to disseminate public safety and emergency-related warnings, an … Contact InformationCommunications Office(757) email@example.com(757) 427-5978 VB311(757) 385-3111VB311@vbgov.comVB311 Site More News Releases Can't find what you are looking for? View a complete list of Virginia Beach news releases.