Information regarding parks, open spaces, community centers, and other properties with active and passive recreational opportunities to include: playgrounds, dog parks, ball fields, basketball courts, etc.
This dataset provides information about permits and their associated inspections, violations, and status information. The issuance of building, plumbing, mechanical, electrical, fire, amusement, elevator, certificates of occupancy, and zoning permits starts in the Development Service Center (DSC) where they are entered into BasicGov, the City’s ePermitting system. The purpose of the Development Service Center (DSC) is to consolidate acquisition of permits to one central location within Norfolk City Hall for the convenience of customers. This adjustment was made to facilitate Norfolk’s initiative to become a more responsive customer-oriented organization.
The dataset contains information on permits that were issued by the Right of Way Management Division. The dataset contains open permits including: right of way excavations and installations, residential and commercial driveway entrances, general temporary parking, storage, and dumpsters, hauling oversize and cranes, and lane, street, and sidewalk closures. The information is obtained from web-hosted site, PermitCity. The dataset will provide information on issue, start and end dates, applicant, work performed for, type and kind of permit, inspector, contact number, and XY coordinates. A listing of all Right of way permit fees can be viewed here https://www.norfolk.gov/DocumentCenter/View/789
Norfolk Master Gardeners' Significant Trees volunteers gather data (diameter, height, canopy spread, location, species, and general information) about trees of interest in Norfolk. The data is put in the Norfolk Significant Trees website to be shared with others who have an interest in the local environment.
Dataset provides record of reported events entered into STORM from 2010 onward. The STORM application tracks up to 20 incidents as a result of inclement weather, such as flooded streets, damaged trees, disabled vehicles, and damaged utilities.