For Your Information
Holiday Closings: Chesapeake City government offices, courts, and public libraries will be closed Jan. 18 and 21 in observance of the Lee-Jackson Day and Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. holidays. Chesapeake community centers will open from 2 to 6 p.m. Jan. 18 and will be closed Jan. 21. The City Visitors Center will remain open. Trash and recycling schedules will not change. Details
The on-going federal shutdown may be causing challenges for local residents, so the City of Chesapeake wants you to know about some programs and services available to help. For more details on these offerings and how you can access them if you are in need, visit www.cityofchesapeake.net/assistance. Additional services may be added if the shutdown lingers and needs change, Be sure to check back if that becomes the case.
Voting Precincts: Changes may be coming to Chesapeake voting precinct boundaries. Chief Registrar, Mary Lynn Pinkerman, provided a report on the proposed changes to City Council during their Work Session on January 8, 2019. Council is expected to consider the changes during their January 22 meeting. Report | Video | Voter Registrar
CIBH Survey: To better serve the needs of the citizens of Chesapeake, Chesapeake Integrated Behavioral Healthcare (CIBH) has embarked on an exciting journey to develop a new strategic plan. Take the survey between now and Jan. 25 to share your thoughts on the areas you think CIBH should focus on for the future.
In search of community resources? Check out the Chesapeake Community Resource Guide! This guide is updated yearly to provide current resource contact information for Chesapeake community resources. You can request copies by calling 757-382-2226.
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