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Additional Closings and Precautions Announced

August 3, 2020

In addition to the closures/cancellations announced earlier, the following will be closed/canceled on Tuesday, Aug. 4: All courts and court clerk's offices, Housing Resource Center Day Services, Housing Resource Center Health Center appointments – Call (757) 385-2437 to reschedule.


Virginia Beach Prepares for Arrival of Tropical Storm Isaias

August 3, 2020

City Manager Patrick Duhaney has declared a local state of emergency in preparation for the storm. Due to expected high winds, rain and possible flooding from Tropical Storm Isaias, all City buildings and facilities will be closed Tuesday, Aug. 4.


Sand Available for Residents to Fill Sandbags

August 2, 2020

Although we are not anticipating widespread flooding due to Tropical Storm Isaias, the Department of Public Works will be making sand available tomorrow, Monday, August 3, 2020 at 8 a.m., for residents who wish to fill bags. Flooding from wind driven tides is likely, especially in the Back Bay area.


Governor Northam Declares State of Emergency in Advance of Hurricane Isaias

July 31, 2020

Governor Ralph Northam today declared a state of emergency in advance of Hurricane Isaias, which is expected to impact parts of coastal Virginia starting on Monday, August 3, 2020.


City of Virginia Beach Preparing for Hurricane Isaias

July 31, 2020

The City of Virginia Beach, through its Office of Emergency Management (OEM) and the National Weather Service/Wakefield (NWS), is monitoring a weather system that could bring heavy rain, rough surf, possible tidal flooding and hurricane force winds to Virginia Beach, especially along the Chesapeake Bay and throughout Southside Hampton Roads.

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