Summer 2017 BULLETIN

Dear Neighbors,

Summer is in full swing and we hope everyone had a great 4th! Here are a few updates from the June Board meeting along with additional North End news:

Drainage Committee- Has met with Mike Mundy, Storm Water Engineer with the City of Virginia Beach in efforts to begin conversations with the proper officials to address our neighborhood’s drainage issue on Goodspeed Rd. While the meetings are a preliminary step, the committee has been working on a strategic plan to move the project forward. 


The NVBCL’s general meeting was held on Tuesday, July 18th at the A.R.E.  Guest speaker: State Delegate Jason Miyares, whose 82nd District includes Virginia Beach, reported on what happened in the last legislative session of the General Assembly. 

Tickets are now on sale for the 100th Anniversary celebration of the North End neighborhood:  Friday, September 15th at the Princess Anne Country Club. Tickets are $35 (cash/check) with music by favorite local band, Dogjaw. 

If you would like to purchase tickets, please call Mike Byrnes- (757)-434-3200, or Kate Michaels (757)-472-4949. Tickets are limited and will be available for purchase from NVBCL Board members, Beach Gallery, and Lemon Cabana up to the event, or until they are sold out.

Additionally, invites will go out closer to the date:

PAHCL 31st Annual Community Picnic:

Sunday, September 10th, 5 PM at the neighborhood Parcel A, between 521 and 525 Susan Constant Dr.  

(Rain date Sunday, September 17th)

Welcome and free to new families

PAHCL 2017 Dues Reminder: Thank you PAH neighbors who have paid civic league dues of $30 for 2017. For those who have not yet done so, please consider joining and getting involved. Make checks payable to PAHCL and deliver to Treasurer, Molly Ford- 424 Susan Constant Dr.

Hurricane Season is here again and it’s never too early to prepare. Visit Emergency Preparedness :: - City of Virginia Beach

            1.Get a Kit- Put your kit together now, well ahead of time. Disaster supplies: water, canned goods, medications, batteries, flashlights, etc. 

            2.Make a plan- Evacuation routes, shelters, pets, documents, flood plain management, etc. 

            3.Stay informed- Along with traditional news and radio alerts, there are several apps which are free and available to keep you informed.  FEMA Alert, Red Cross, and VB Alert

Important Contact Information:

2nd Precinct Police 385-2700 

Nonemergency: 385-5000, option 3 

City of Virginia Beach 

City Information & Help: 385-3111 

Animal Control: Lt. Scott Wichtendahl, 385-2775

Wildlife Management (report animals): (855) 571-9003

Neighborhood Preservation: 685-5750 

Zoning: 385-8074; Jennifer Cobb, 385- 5069,

Streets and utilities; drain problems: 385-1470

Waste Management: 385-4650 

Landscape (visibility/bushes): 385-4693

Street Lights: 385-1470 or email 

Most of these contact numbers are listed on . As mentioned in prior communications, if there is ever a specific issue that a board member or I can assist you somehow, feel free to contact me directly.  I will be glad to call the appropriate person or department for you. 

Enjoy the remainder of your summer.


Kate Michaels