Member registration is now closed for 2021. That doesn’t mean you still can’t have a yard sale, but we won’t be able to include you in our marketing materials.
The neighborhood-wide event is May 15, and the City no longer requires a permit for yard sales.
We wanted to ensure that everyone who wants a vaccine has the most current information on getting registered and vaccinated. There have been a lot of changes that could cause confusion. This information is current as of March 6, 2021 and is being distributed in print form around the neighborhood and online.
Check or establish your pre-registration for the COVID-19 vaccine at
Happy New Year!
As we begin 2020 and look forward to another year in our neighborhoods, we would like to invite you to join our Civic League. Membership in this group helps connect you with your neighbors and with City of Norfolk officials so that you can stay informed and have a voice in what happens in our area. Your support helps us host annual events such as our neighborhood yard sale, picnics, and winter holiday socials, print occasional fliers and regular newsletters, and maintain our digital communications. These things are small, but make a difference to our neighbors, particularly those who may not be on social media. Join or renew with the form below or online! Our membership dues this year are increasing slightly from $15 annually to $20 annually (per household).
All are welcome to attend meetings, which are held at 7:00 PM on the 3rd Tuesday of each month at Christ Lutheran Church (6510 N Military Hwy). We would love to see more of our neighbors at these meetings even if you do not choose to become paid members. Our Civic League encompasses some 1100 homes and is one of the largest in the city, yet we have less than 13% of households who have joined or attended a meeting. We know that we cannot adequately represent the interests of our neighborhoods, so we need your voices and thoughts.
This next year will bring a few new options for members, such as being able to join meetings online remotely (for those who cannot make it in person), and an online calendar with recurring dates of interest (recycling days, street sweeping, meetings, etc.). Let’s also bring some new people in the new year!
Monthly membership meeting of the Lake Whitehurst West Civic League. Come find out what’s going on in our neighborhoods!
MARCH 19, 2019 at 7:00 PM in the Larrymore Elementary School Library