Norfolk makes Election Day a city holiday

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Posted at 11:08 AM, Oct 28, 2020
and last updated 2020-10-28 11:08:54-04

NORFOLK, Va. –Norfolk City Council has designated Election Day a City holiday.

They decided this in the October 27 Council meeting.

All city offices, libraries (except those in use as polling locations) and recreation centers, the City Treasurer and Commissioner of the Revenue offices and the Norfolk Courthouse will be closed.

Trash, recycling, and bulk waste collection will take place as scheduled, the city said. Residents who need to make a bulk waste request for Wednesday, November 4, must schedule by 3 p.m. on Monday, November 2.

This comes after other Hampton Roads cities like Virginia Beach and Portsmouth made the same decision.

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