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 Planning Page Content Bayfront Advisory Committee to Meet Jan. 19Wednesday, January 11, 2017The next meeting of the Bayfront Advisory Committee will be held Thursday, Jan. 19, 3:30 p.m. at the Virginia Beach Resort Hotel and Conference Center, 2800 Shore Drive.There will be an opportunity for presentations from the public on projects in the Bayfront area. The … Eight Properties Added to the Virginia Beach Historical Register in 2016Wednesday, January 11, 2017The Virginia Beach Historic Preservation Commission announced that eight properties were added to the Virginia Beach Historical Register during the 2016 calendar year. The properties include buildings and structures from the 18th, 19th and 20th centuries.Buildings that … Council Extends Deadline for Waiver of Permit Fees for Disaster Repairs Thursday, December 08, 2016First, City Council waived the fees on permits people needed to make certain disaster-related home repairs. Now, it has extended the deadline to apply for the permits. People have until April 10, 2017. "Homeowners are just now receiving funds from their insurance compan … More Than 250 Residents Get Building Permit Fees Waived; Reminder to Take Advantage of Waivers for Hurricane Matthew Repairs Tuesday, November 15, 2016Since the City Council passed an ordinance (Sec. 8-38 of the City Code) allowing the waiver of permit fees for certain emergencies, 253 Virginia Beach residents who were impacted by Hurricane Matthew have received building permits for storm-related repair work free of charg … 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.