The City of Portsmouth Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism has received $10,000 from the Virginia Tourism Corporation’s (VTC) Recovery Marketing Leverage Program (RMLP).
Portsmouth Public Library partnered with Operation Warm, a non-profit organization, to present ‘A Warm Welcome to the Library’ on Saturday, November 21. At the drive-thru event at Main Library on Court Street, 63 children received books and coats.
The Portsmouth Museums are excited to announce the launch of a brand new online store, The Portsmouth Museums Shop. The new site, https://portsmuseumshop.com, will go live Friday, Nov. 20.
VDOT thanks everyone who took the time to provide input on the Bowers Hill Interchange Study survey hosted online earlier this fall. The data will be used, along with updates to traffic data in the region, to develop the Draft Purpose & Need Statement.
In observance of the Thanksgiving Holiday, City of Portsmouth municipal offices will close at 12 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 25, and will remain closed through the weekend. There will be no trash, recycling, or bulk collections on Thanksgiving Day.
We don’t want to spoil your holiday dinner, but do you know what happens when you put leftover cooking oil and greasy food scraps down the kitchen drain or disposal?
As a result of the General Election November 3, 2020, the Portsmouth City Council has a vacancy. If you are interested in performing your civic duty as a team member working with the City Council, we invite you to complete an application.
As a reminder to the public, the Portsmouth City Hall remains closed to the public. Click on the link below for the entire announcement/reminder:
Experiencing an issue with your trash or recycling service? Let us know by submitting our online request form.