1. City Spotlights

  1. Upcoming Temporary Road Closure 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...
  2. SUFFOLK CITY COUNCIL MEETING SCHEDULED FOR JULY 15th

    Suffolk City Council will conduct their regularly scheduled City Council Meeting on Wednesday, July 15, 2020, however, the start time will be 6 p.m. instead of 7 p.m. in City Council Chamber located inside Suffolk City Hall, 442 West Washington Street. Read on...
  3. City Offices to Close to Public Until Further Notice

    To protect health & safety of Virginians & reduce the spread of the Coronavirus disease, or COVID-19, Suffolk City Offices & facilities, which have been closed to the public since March 16, 2020, will remain closed to the public until further notice. Read on...
  4. Public Utilities Water Model Hydrant Testing

    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...
  5. Message from Mayor Linda T. Johnson - Murder of George Floyd

    Message from Mayor Linda T. Johnson - Murder of George Floyd (click on title to play video)
  6. Suffolk Parks & Recreation Cypress Park Pool 2020 Opening for Public Open Swim and Swimming Lessons

    Suffolk Parks & Recreation Cypress Park Pool, located at 2001 Arizona Avenue, is opening on Wednesday, July 1st. The pool is ready for both Public Open Swim and Swimming Lessons. Read on...
  7. Suffolk Parks & Recreation Opening Limited Summer Camps

    Suffolk Parks & Recreation is pleased to announce the opening of limited Summer Camps. In keeping with Forward Virginia Phased guidelines, limited Summer Camp spaces and sites will be available for rising Kindergarten to rising 6th graders. Read on...
  8. MOSQUITO SEASON HAS BEGUN

    The mosquito season has begun, and Suffolk Mosquito Control is working diligently to protect the City from mosquito-transmitted diseases and to reduce nuisance mosquito populations. Read on...
  9. FAQ regarding Coronavirus Executive Orders from Virginia Governor Ralph Northam

    FAQ regarding Coronavirus Executive Orders from Virginia Governor Ralph Northam Additional Info...
  10. Reminder from Suffolk Transit Regarding Use of Public Transport

    Suffolk Transit would like to remind the public to follow the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and State guidelines by limiting use of public transport to essential travel only. Read on...
  11. Suffolk Parks & Recreation Playgrounds Closed

    The playgrounds at Suffolk Parks & Recreation parks will close to the public at 6 a.m., Saturday, March 28, 2020, until further notice due to the City’s response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) and the need for social distancing. Read on...
  12. CITY TO TEMPORARILY SUSPEND ONLINE TRANSACTION CONVENIENCE FEES

    Please be advised that, until further notice, convenience fees for all transactions made online at the Suffolk Treasurer’s payment portal (www.suffolkvatax.us) have been temporarily suspended. Read on...
  13. 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...
  14. Summer Burn Ban in Effect May 1st

    The Suffolk Department of Fire & Rescue’s Fire Prevention Bureau wants to advise citizens that there is no open air burning allowed from May 1st through September 30, 2020. Read on...
  15. 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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