For Your Information
Saturday, November 17, 2018 is Chesapeake Recycles Day. We'll be at Tidewater Community College on Cedar Rd from 9 a.m. to noon. It's a great opportunity to bring your household hazardous waste, electronics, and sensitive documents for proper disposal. There are limitations to what we can collect, though.
What do you think the City needs? The City has to submit a 5-year affordable housing and community development strategic plan to the Department of Housing and Urban Development to receive federal entitlement funding, and we want to know what you think! Take this 5-minute survey to let us know YOUR thoughts on the City's needs and how they should be addressed. We appreciate and look forward to your input! Surveys will be accepted until 5 p.m. November 19, 2018
Would you like to have the Mayor or a City Council Member join a special event? Make the request using this form.
Neighborhood dog barking too much? Did someone tamper with your car? You can report non-emergency offenses to the Police Department through the Citizen's Online Police Reporting System.
The City offers citizens the opportunity to pay their bills, taxes and tickets online. You can also make online payments to the Chesapeake Circuit Court Clerk. Find out what other kinds of online payments you can make.
Stay in the Know: Register for Chesapeake Alert to receive important text and email updates. Follow us on Facebook and Twitter. Listen to WFOS-88.7FM, and watch WCTV Chesapeake Television (Cox 48, Verizon 43).
Have Chesapeake-related questions that need answers or complaints that need to be heard? The Chesapeake Customer Contact Center can help. Call 757-382-CITY, make online requests or download the Chesapeake Service Requests app.
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