The following parking garages will be made available for residents to relocate their vehicles.
City of Norfolk – open at 7:00 p.m. tonight until 8:00 a.m. Tuesday. Vehicles in reserved resident spaces will be ticketed.
· York Street – 215 W. York Street
· Bank Street – 441 Bank Street
· MacArthur Center South – 500 East City Hall Avenue
Old Dominion University – The garages will be available to city residents from 5 p.m. Friday, Oct. 2 through Monday, Oct. 5 at 7 a.m., at which time all vehicles not registered with ODU must be removed. For updates, please visit www.odu.edu.
- Elkhorn Avenue Parking Garage (Garage A) – located at 43rd Street and Elkhorn Avenue
- 43rd Street Parking Garage (Garage B) – located at 43rd Street and Bluestone Avenue
- 49th Street Stadium Parking Garage (Garage E) – located at 49th Street and Bluestone Avenue
Do you want to know if a street is flooded or where a tree is down? The City of Norfolk has created iView – an application that maps events reported to the city during a severe weather.
When a citizen calls IMPACT Call Center 664-6510 to report an issue, the information generates a report which is reflected in iView. Click on the red dot for specific information about each report. Up to 20 different events can be displayed on the map including flooded streets, damaged trees, traffic signal issues, etc. Users can view all events or select a specific event, such as flooded streets, to display on the map.
The IMPACT Call Center is open 24 hours through the duration of the storms. Residents are encouraged to call 664-6510 for non-emergency, city service related request and to report storm conditions in the city.
For helpful maps of historically flooded streets, go to www.norfolk.gov and click on the emergency alert bar. The map is located in a box at the bottom of the page.
Via the City of Norfolk’s David Sullivan:
There is also an app that dynamically updates with current tidal data to show where flooding may occur in Norfolk. It’s called TITAN (Tidal Inundation Tracking Application for Norfolk). It works best in Google’s Chrome but can also be used in Safari or I.E. 11. Click here to view.