Communications Office

Communications Office

Welcome to the City of Norfolk Communications Office! Here you can learn how to stay in touch and find all of the latest news.

  • June 23, 2022
    Kouba Retires after 45 years with the City

    After 45 years with the City of Norfolk John Kouba has retired as Norfolk’s Health Official. Kouba has worked in the health sector his entire tenure with the City. Kouba began his career with the City of Norfolk June 1, 1977, when he was hired as the… Read More

  • June 23, 2022
    Stay Safe When Lighting Fireworks

    It is the time of year to celebrate the birth of our nation and the Norfolk Fire Division wants to remind all residents to use caution and good judgment when shooting your fireworks. Shooting fireworks is fun as long as everyone remembers that fireworks… Read More

  • June 22, 2022
    Art Donated To City of Norfolk

    In April, the Norfolk City Council approved to place a donated sculpture at the 7th Street and Pasewalk Avenue roundabout. The request was made by the Norfolk Public Arts Council. The art piece is called the “Jacobean Lily” otherwise known as the “Aztec… Read More

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