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City of Norfolk Neighborhood Updates

  • Join Us For the Expo!! Get ready for the 2023 Neighborhood Expo on Saturday, September 16th from 11 am – 3 pm at Northside Park (8400 Tidewater Drive). The Expo is all about celebrating Norfolk's diverse and unique neighborhoods and what makes them special - residents, organizations, and community partners. Check out www.norfolk.gov/expo for more info. We will also be hosting the 4th annual U.P.L.I.F.T. Awards during the Expo. U.P.L.I.F.T. stands for Unity, Public Service, Leadership, Innovation, Friendship and Teamwork. Bring the family for a fun day – food, entertainment, activities, raffles and more!





  • commUNITY Play-in & Sing-along Sunday, September 10, 2023 at Norfolk State University - Joseph G. Echols Memorial Hall Arena, 700 Park Ave. Pick up your instrument, bring your voice and join the Virginia Symphony Orchestra in a celebration of peace, inclusion and unity. This inspiring annual event embraces our community’s cultural richness and diversity, uniting people of all ages, faiths and backgrounds through participation in music, dance and spoken word. Music will be available for any instrument and voice at any level, so come play and sing with us! Or just come as you are and enjoy the musical talents of your neighbors. Free and open to the public. For additional information, visit https://virginiasymphony.org/community/



  • BankOn Classes for BankOn start this month! Sign up today for free, financial education and coaching. BankOn Hampton roads’ 5- month program will give you the skills to gain your financial independence. See the attached flyer for details.


  • Civic Creator Cohort Hidden from the naked eye is an invisible civic infrastructure of neighbors, businesses, educators, students, artists and other creators of civic culture. According to Peter Kageyama in his book, For the Love of Cities, these co-creators bring together the energy and elements to make a city livable. The Civic Creator Cohort is a four-week series of presentations and conversations with City staff and other civic creators about Norfolk’s civic life. It is designed to be a diverse cohort of 10 to 20 civic creators who are advocating, educating, computer coding, picking up litter, gardening and generally making Norfolk better. The Fall 2023 cohort will experiment with a hybrid format to allow both in-person and virtual participants. It will meet in-person from 6:00 to 7:30 p.m. at the Department of Neighborhood Services, 500 E. Main Street, 9th Floor, and virtually via WebEx. Neighborhood Services can validate parking in the Fountain Street Garage, 130 Bank Street. Visit www.norfolk.gov/civiccreators for more information and to apply.


  • Community Connect is Back - Join Councilwoman Mamie Johnson for the 3rd annual Community Connect Day – Saturday, October 28th, 11am – 2pm at Harbor park, 150 Park Avenue. Check out the flyer to sign up and register your organization/small business.



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