Virginia Beach Council of Civic Organizations

Helping Civic Organizations Remain Educated for 64 Years

The VBCCO was founded in 1959 as a way to ensure that all citizens had a voice in local City of Virginia Beach government. Now under new leadership: a new way forward.

  • VBCCO Elections are Here!!

    Topic #1 VBCCO Election of Officers and Directors Dates to remember: October 25, 2023 The October Membership meeting is this coming Wednesday at the Bow Creek Recreation Center, 3427 Club House Drive beginning at 6:30pm. This is the last opportunity to nominate someone for an Officer or Director position in […]

  • the Silos at Southern Pines apartments

    IT IS TOO MUCH. A local Developer wants to build apartments off Princess Anne Road near the Courthouse called the Silo at Southern Pines. The new apartments are described as “Phase 2” of the existing apartment complex (Southern Pines) that was approved and built in 2014. IT IS TOO MUCH. […]

  • Now: Council member Henley is at Informational Open House about Silos Project

         Until 7:00 pm this evening, Monday Oct. 9: Council member Henley offers the public a chance to view maps and materials about the Silos Project. She will be answering questions and is  talking with concerned residents at the Princess Anne Masonic Lodge.  

Current Issues in Virginia Beach

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Rudee Loop

City Council has decided to listen to the taxpaying citizens of the City and Build a Park at Rudee Loop! They are planning to hire a national firm to design the Park. More to come later.

Wycliffe Church Property

A Conditional Use Permit Change Application by Wycliffe Presbyterian Church will go before the City Council on October 17. It was not recommended for approval by the Planning Commission (vote 6-4).

Offshore Wind Energy

Avangrid will host several information nights to provide information about the Kitty Hawk Wind Project, how offshore wind energy works and potential economic benefits to the community.

  • October 9 6:30-7:45 Central Library
  • October 11 5:00-6:30 TCC Joint Use Library
  • October 12 5:30-6:30 Kempsville Library
  • November 2 5:30-6:30 Bayside Library
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Election System Changes

City Council voted on August 8th to adopt the 2023 Redistricting Plan and Authorize Implementation of a Ten Single-Member System of Local Election.

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Virginia Beach City Government

Useful Links to Navigate the City of Virginia Beach website

City Council Agenda: bookmarked

(detailed Agenda with documentation)

City Council Three Month Calendar

City Manager’s Friday Package

Weekly Briefing to the City Council

Planning Permits

Permits Applications Reports

Community Affairs Committee Reference Links

Appearing Before Council

Development Process in Planning Department

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Contact Information for the Virginia Beach City Council

District 1

vacant pending January 9 special election

District 4 Dr. Amelia Ross Hammond

757-840-0735

District 7 Sabrina Wooten

757-797-5625

District 10 Jennifer Rouse

757-840-1821

District 2 Barbara Henley

757-426-7501

District 5 Rosemary Wilson

757-422-0733

District 8 Chris Taylor

757-840-5859

District 3 Michael Berlucchi

757-407-5105

District 6 Robert “Worth” Remick

757-840-5855

District 9 Joashua Schulman

757-840-1291

Mayor Robert “Bobby” Dyer