New technology is helping Norfolk city staff follow the water deep in underground pipes.
The data that's collected is shaping the Tidewater Gardens redevelopment. Watch this video to learn how.
Did you know that the City of Norfolk invests $3.5 million each year in supporting Tidewater Gardens residents
through the People First initiative? People First coaches are helping residents find new homes, new jobs and more!
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The transformation of Tidewater Gardens is underway. More than half of the residents have transitioned to new housing.
Residents are choosing their next steps and People First teams are walking alongside them providing support and services.
Honoring each family’s choice remains a priority for our People First team as we assist residents with relocation.
We want you to know that we are here to help you get where you want to go.
Call us at 757-390-4365 so that we can help you find your next home!
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A TINY NEW BUILDING WILL HELP KEEP THINGS
FLOWING IN ST. PAUL’S
You have heard of the new homes planned near the Downtown Transit Center as part of the St. Paul’s Area Transformation. To keep things moving from the homes and businesses through the sanitary sewer system, a new pump station must be constructed across the street from the development.
In 2021, the Department of Utilities will construct a new sanitary sewer pump station located at 526 Fenchurch Road . The new pump station will move nearly 800,000 gallons a day of domestic and business wastewater to the Hampton Roads Sanitation District (HRSD) facilities for appropriate treatment.
“The collection and treatment of wastewater is vital to public health and clean waterways,” said Gabriel Phelps, P.E., Utilities’ Project Manager for the new pump station.
Phelps says the Department of Utilities looks forward to completing this project which will enhance wastewater service for years to come.
ST. PAUL'S AREA.
The St. Paul’s Area in Norfolk, Virginia is comprised of roughly 200 acres bordered by St. Paul’s Boulevard on the west to Tidewater Drive on the east, the Elizabeth River to the south and Virginia Beach Boulevard to the north. Within these boundaries are three public housing communities – Tidewater Gardens, Calvert Square and Young Terrace. Continue Reading.
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