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40 ft. duck sculpture by artist Florentijn Hofman floating in the Hague Inlet for the Chrysler Museum grand re-opening. Norfolk is only the 2nd city in the U.S. Rubber Duck has appeared.

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Give Your Input on Norfolk’s 2015 Legislative Priorities
The public comment period for Norfolk’s Draft 2015 Legislative Priorities is open and citizens are encouraged to review and provide their input. Read on...
Fuel Assistance Applications Accepted Through Nov. 14
The program assists with various types of energy sources, including electricity, natural and liquid propane gas, oil, kerosene, coal and wood. Read on...
Construction Update for The Main in downtown Norfolk
Pile driving to begin near the corner of Granby and Main streets as early as Oct. 23 Read on...
City of Norfolk Receives Top Award for Budget Document
The Government Finance Officers Association of the United States and Canada (GFOA) presented the Distinguished Budget Presentation Award to the City of Norfolk’s... Read on...
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Patriots CrossingPatriots Crossing
Mayor Paul Fraim called it “Maybe the most important transportation project in a generation” as he briefed City Council on the prospect of being able to pay for Patriots Crossing as the first phase of a $8.7 billion regional transportation project to alleviate traffic in Norfolk and at the Hampton Roads Bridge Tunnel.  
What is the Patriots Crossing? It will link the port and navy base to Monitor Merrimac Tunnel. Details

Where we are and how we got there. Entire presentation: Video | PDF

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