1. City Spotlights

  1. Public Utilities Water Model Hydrant Testing in Whaleyville

    The Suffolk Department of Public Utilities is updating the computer model that is used to determine available water flows at fire hydrants and at other points within the City’s water distribution system. Read on...
  2. Copeland Road Extended Road Closure

    The Suffolk Public Works Department advises that the 1900 block of Copeland Road has been closed as of today, Friday, November 13, 2020, due to a washout of the roadway at this location. Read on...
  3. Suffolk Public Utilities Reminds Citizens of HRUBS Utility Bill Pandemic Relief Program

    Suffolk Public Utilities reminds citizens of the HRUBS Utility Bill Pandemic Relief Program that become effective on Monday, August 24, 2020. Read on...
  4. SBA Offers Disaster Assistance to City of Suffolk Businesses and Residents Affected Isaias

    Virginia businesses and residents affected by Tropical Storm Isaias and resulting tornadoes on August 3 through August 5, 2020 can apply for low-interest disaster loans from the United States Small Business Administration (SBA). Read on...
  5. All Three Rating Agencies Affirm Suffolk's AAA Status

    The City of Suffolk has learned that all three ratings agencies (Fitch Ratings, Moody’s Investors Service, and S&P Global Ratings) have affirmed the City’s AAA rating with a stable outlook. Read on...
  6. Upcoming Temporary Road Closure for Portion of Wilroy Road

    Suffolk Public Works Traffic Engineering advises of an upcoming temporary road closure for a portion of Wilroy Road (Route 642). Read on...
  7. Suffolk Keeps Citizens Safe and Informed with Suffolk Mass Notification System

    The City of Suffolk is now working with Everbridge, the worldwide leader in unified critical communications, to keep residents safe and informed with quick and reliable emergency notifications and public service announcements. Read on...
  8. Black Bear Safety Reminders

    Spotting black bears in Suffolk is nothing unusual, especially considering our proximity to the Great Dismal Swamp. Residents can minimize negative interactions with bears by following some simple guidelines. Read on...
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