Olde Huntersville Civic League

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Photos from Norfolk Department of Public Health's post


The Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccination booster for persons ages 12 years of age and older is now being offered at the CVC at Military Circle Mall. Individuals who are 12 years old and up should receive the Pfizer booster dose at least five months after completion of the primary vaccination with the Pfizer vaccine. Individuals who are 18 years of age and older should receive the Moderna booster five months after completion of the primary Moderna vaccine series. Those who have received the Johnson and Johnson (J&J) vaccine are eligible to receive a booster two months after the primary dose.


Make financial literacy your New Year's resolution with Bank On Hampton Roads!

Sign up today for their FREE 5 month program to get financial education and coaching.

Learn more & register ➡️ www.bankonhr.org

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Photos from City of Norfolk Government's post


NPS parents and guardians: FREE COVID-19 vaccination clinics for students aged 5-11 are coming to your child’s school!

First doses begin the week of November 15; second doses the week of December 6. Consent forms are required, so please make sure to return them if you would like your student to receive the shots!

Find the full schedule at npsk12.com under Coronavirus Update in the Find it Fast section.


The Norfolk Department of Public Health, with the support of local COVID-19 response partners, will hold a vaccination clinic this Saturday, Oct. 23 from 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. at Booker T. Washington High School located at 1111 Park Avenue, Norfolk. No registration is required for this community vaccine clinic and walk-ins are welcome.


Book your COVID-19 vaccination at the Community Vaccination Center (Military Circle Mall, 880 N Military Hwy, Norfolk). Visit vase.vdh.virginia.gov and input "23502" into the zip code search bar to schedule an appointment at the Military Circle Mall community vaccination center. The former Macy's location will be offering vaccination appointments from 10am to 7:30pm, Tuesdays through Saturdays. Hope to see you soon!

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No layer is perfect, but together they improve success. Protect yourself and the ones you love by continuing to use these COVID-19 layers of protection. The more layers you use, the easier it will be to stop the spread of COVID-19.


Friendly reminder: Everyone in areas of substantial or high transmission should wear a mask, even if they are vaccinated.


Get on the path to employment with Norfolk Career and Readiness Employment Services through their Job Seeker Boot Camp!

Enroll before September 24 for referrals to interview for maintenance technician, CDL driver (Class A or B, general and skill labor, heavy equipment operator and warehouse worker positions and more.

If you're interested, you can complete the screening form to determine your eligibility here: https://www.norfolk.gov/FormCenter/Family-Human-Services-5/Job-Seeker-Boot-Camp-to-Employment-637


Spread the word! Maury High School is hosting a pop-up vaccination clinic today. Details below...

🔹What: COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic
🔹Where: Maury High School
🔹When: 8/25 from 4:30 - 6:30 pm

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SHARE SHARE SHARE! Once you register your students for this FREE back to school event, share this post with a friend so they can do the same! The Urban League & Walmart will be providing each student with a FREE backpack filled with FREE supplies! Register now at http://www.ulhr.org/backpack!

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The IRS is sending advance payments of the Child Tax Credit. Make sure the IRS has your personal information.
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We've extended our hours of operation! Starting TODAY, August 9, all neighborhood branches are open MON through THU from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. The Pretlow and Jordan-Newby Anchor Branches will continue to operate TUE through SAT from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Patrons can also browse the stacks or reserve a computer for up to 2 hours at all library locations!

Visit norfolkpubliclibrary.org for additional information.


National Immunization Awareness Month is an annual observance celebrated in August as part of back to school preparations. Below are the hours for Child Health/School Physicals and School Immunizations at the Norfolk Department of Public Health.

The Community Connect
The Community Connect

The Community Connect

Whether you want to lend a helping hand or you need a helping hand, “The Community Connect“ Resource Expo is where you get connected. Have you ever thought, “ I wish I knew what resources were available to me?” Well, a collaborative effort between Ward 3 Councilwoman Mamie Johnson, School B...


Have you noticed a street light not working? You can report it directly to Dominion Energy by phone or online. Be sure to note the pole number and closest street address or intersection.

Depending on the repair needed, Dominion will post a color-coded wrap indicating the status of the repair and how long it make take to fix.

📞 1-866-366-4357
💻 www.dominionenergy.com/virginia/report-outage-or-emergency/streetlight-outages


Are you in need of financial assistance due to COVID-19 to pay your water bill? Funds are now available for #NorfolkVA residents. It just takes a few minutes to apply. Visit www.norfolk.gov/UtilityRelief. 💧🧾

Applications are accepted through Oct. 20, while funds are available. You can also call (757) 664-6700 for payment extensions and to set up a payment plan.


Looking to eliminate debt, develop better spending habits and get on the path to financial freedom? Start today with Bank On Hampton Roads!

Enrollment has begun for their 5 month program this fall. Through the program, you'll receive FREE financial education and coaching on how to build your savings, improve your credit score, create a budget and more. 💸

Check out the class schedule below and visit www.bankonhr.org to learn more and apply today!


ODU will be hosting Hampton University's mobile COVID vax unit on Monday, June 28th from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Kaufman Mall. Pfizer will be dispensed at this site and the second dose will be on Monday, July 19th. The event is being sponsored by ODU Student Health Services and is open to the public.

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It's now even easier to find out how to get vaccinated! Just visit vaccinate.virginia.gov and click "Search by location" to get the best links for your area, or call 877-VAX-in-VA (877-829-4682) for help over the phone.

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Register for your timeslot at www.norfolk.gov/knb!

#NorfolkRecyclesDay #reducewaste #RecycleRight #KeepNorfolkBeautiful #norfolkva #spsanorfolk #KeepAmericaBeautiful


Are you a Norfolk resident whose employment was negatively affected by COVID-19? Are you ready to grow into your next success? The Norfolk CARES Project can help.

Training opportunities available in a virtual setting. Training for qualified participants, referrals based on engagement and readiness. We can even provide supportive services such as transportation for enrolled and active participants. Contact Rhashida Bess, 757-837-8205 or [email protected]


Do you love music, poetry, art, dancing, or yoga? Are you seeking a career shift, a higher salary, or a new hobby? Lifelong learning activities provide opportunities for personal and professional growth for residents of all ages.

Now, you can find learning opportunities to suit every interest in one easy-to-use location: www.norfolk.gov/lifelonglearning.
Our kickoff celebration starts today and lasts through February 28 and features more than 85 events that represent the wealth of learning opportunities in Norfolk.

And be sure to check out our two kickoff signature events: Panel discussions on “Workforce Readiness, Opportunity and Transition” at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, February 17, and “Pathways to Entrepreneurship” at 6 p.m. on Wednesday Feb. 24. Believe in Learning, Norfolk, and believe in yourself! #LearnNFK

Slover Library Tidewater Community College Hampton Roads Workforce Council Elizabeth River Trail Primeplus Norfolk Senior Center Norfolk Department of Development Norfolk Mayor Kenneth Cooper Alexander Martin Thomas, Norfolk Councilman Mamie B. Johnson Tommy Smigiel, Norfolk City Councilman Andria McClellan for Norfolk Courtney Doyle for Norfolk Danica Royster, Norfolk City Council


Community and medical leaders answer your questions about the COVID-19 vaccine.


P.O. Box 7831
Norfolk, VA


(757) 623-8077


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The City of Norfolk received $154.1 million provided by the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA). The U.S. treasury has identified the following eligible used for ARPA Funding: 📍Response to public health emergency 📍Economic support and assistance for negatively impacted residents and businesses 📍Premium pay 📍City revenue loss 📍Certain Capital Improvements - I am asking residents to share with me their prioritized areas of investment. It is important to me that this process remains rooted in community and reflects the priorities of our residents. Please email me [email protected] and complete the survey on the city of Norfolk website. - https://www.norfolk.gov/5129/American-Rescue-Plan-Act-ARPA -
Danica Royster, Norfolk City Council : I want to hear from you! In meeting with the civic leagues in my ward, I want to know, “What are the issues and priorities most important to you?” I will begin follow up discussions with Civic Leagues in Superward 7 this summer and I want to know what matters to you most as a resident of Norfolk? Let me know by taking this poll.
It's about more than just building houses - it's about listening. Listening to our residents. Listening to your neighbors. 🏘️ The Olde Huntersville Civic League came together to create a plan - one that would not just build up the housing stock in their neighborhood, but one that would also build up its community. Working with the City, the neighborhood established a housing plan book that allows developers to streamline the permitting process, build on smaller lots and get families into homeownership faster. In doing so, one developer was then able to give back to the civic league - in a big way. A $10,000 donation will further their "Olde Huntersville Empowerment Coalition" to carry out their people-building initiative. Bravo to the Olde Huntersville Civic League, Department of Planning and DT Building LLC!
I am looking for someone local who could install a simple protective railing/cable around a new ground mount solar array that will be installed this month at the Wesley Union AME Zion church on Johnson Ave. Area is 54' x 18'. Please private message me if there is someone in the neighborhood who would be good for this. Thanks, Ruth
Everyone please, PLEASE fill out your census if you have not. It is as important as voting. It's the only way we can assign representation to areas- for instance, representatives in congress, presidential electors, etc. I.e. if a lot of people in a state refuse to complete the census, that state gets fewer presidential electors than it should have, so each voter's voice in that state is diminished. If you refuse to fill it out, you are denying yourself and your neighbors their voice in our government. I will be the first to say there is a lot that needs to be changed about the way our government operates. But refusing to fill out the census does not help to address or bring attention to any of those issues. If you have friends or neighbors who have not filled it out, please help to explain to them how important it is. If anyone is suspicious, all of the information is kept confidential and unable to be shared with other departments, and is used for specific research purposes. If you wish, you can remain completely anonymous when you fill it out. I hope this is an ok venue to voice this concern.
Hi everyone! I recently started a Facebook group for our little community. It's to discuss issues going on in the neighborhood and to keep eachother involved. If you're interested please join! https://m.facebook.com/groups/477739313108928?group_view_referrer=profile_browser