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Latest COVID-19 Updates
City Council will meet 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 14, at City Hall. Due to the COVID-19 virus, a number of special arrangements are being made for this meeting, including ensuring that members of Council are able to maintain social distancing, and that items such as microphones and podiums are wiped and sanitized between speakers. The public will be able to attend and listen to the meeting in the City Hall lobby, again maintaining social distancing. Those wishing to address Council will be admitted to the Chambers one at a time, when their item is considered. They will then need to return to the lobby following their remarks. Citizens may also submit written comments on any Council agenda item by either emailing them to Council@CityOfChesapeake.net or by calling 757-382-6151 prior to 4 p.m. on the day of the meeting (to ensure time for processing before the meeting begins). All submitted remarks will be read into the record by the City Clerk when the relevant item is called for consideration. As usual, the meeting will be aired live on Chesapeake Television (Cox 48, Verizon 43) and will be streamed live at CityOfChesapeake.net/TV. Meeting audio may be heard over WFOS-88.7 FM radio.
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Official Sources for COVID-19 Info & Updates
Important Contact Numbers
- Chesapeake Customer Contact Center: 757-382-CITY (757-382-2489)
- Regional COVID-19 Hotline: 757-683-2745. Hotline hours are 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday-Saturday and 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sundays.
Other Information Sources
Mayor’s Emergency Response Roundtable
You asked, City leaders answered. Get the facts on Chesapeake’s COVID-19 response. Watch the the Mayor’s Emergency Response Roundtable video.
Local State of Emergency
Chesapeake City Manager Chris Price has declared a Local State of Emergency for the City of Chesapeake. This declaration enables the City to begin to access resources which would be necessary should conditions change.