List of Virginia Beach roads closed due to flooding

Posted at 1:59 PM, Nov 12, 2020
and last updated 2020-11-13 06:51:32-05

Virginia Beach, Va. - Heavy rain that is moving through our area is causing flooding Thursday.

Some roadways have been closed or are blocked because of flooding so Virginia Beach officials released a list of closed roads so you can plan ahead if you have to drive in the area Thursday.

Here's the latest from city officials as of 5:30 p.m.:


  • Dam Neck Road at Harpers Road
  • Dam Neck Road at Southcross Drive
  • Horn Point Road at Muddy Creek Road
  • Independence Blvd. South at Salem Road
  • Laskin Road at Hilltop Plaza Shopping Center
  • Potters Road at Air Station Drive
  • Princess Anne Road at Kempshire Lane
  • Red Mill Blvd. at Agecroft Road
  • S Rosemont Road at Country Club Road
  • Salem Road at Elbow Road
  • Salem Road at North Landing Road
  • South Blvd. at Maidstone Circle
  • Sullivan Blvd. at Westgrove Road South
  • Wellsford Drive at Old Dam Neck Road


  • 21st Street at Mediterranean Avenue
  • Barberton Drive at Old Virginia Beach Road
  • Deer Park Drive at Brookbridge Road
  • Dillon Drive at Continental Street
  • Edwin Drive at Gleneagle Drive
  • Edwin Drive at Masters Avenue
  • Gannet Run at Huntsman Drive
  • Greenwich Road between Newtown Road and Witchduck Road
  • Hannibal Street at Country Club Circle
  • Haygood Road at Perth Lane
  • Indian River Road New Bridge Road
  • Kings Lake Drive at Oxford Drive
  • Lakecrest Road at Riverbend Road
  • N Great Neck Road at Tanglewood Trail
  • Nanneys Creek Road at Charity Neck Road
  • New Bridge Road at Indian River Road
  • Oceana Blvd. at Bells Road
  • Princess Anne Road at Elson Green Avenue
  • Princess Anne Road at Holland Road
  • S Rosemont Road at Dahlia Drive
  • Seaboard Road at County Place
  • Seaboard Road at Princess Anne Road
  • South Plaza Trail at Old Forge Road
  • Townfield Lane at Kerr Drive
  • Upton Drive at Nimmo Parkway
  • Upton Drive at Tennyson Road
  • Van Buren Drive at Presidential Blvd

As of Friday morning, Sandbridge Road was reported to be open to all traffic, but the City of Virginia Beach warned that some low-lying areas may still have water on the roadway.

Officials are reminding drivers of these safety tips:

  • If you are driving through any standing water, go slow so as not to push water into people’s homes and businesses
  • Windshield wipers on equals headlights on. It’s the law.
  • If you cannot see the pavement in front of you due to standing water, do not drive through it. You have no idea how deep the water is or what hazards may be unseen. Turn around…don’t drown.

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