March 2023 Enews

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Colonial Place | Riverview Civic League

Historic Neighborhoods in the Heart of Norfolk


March 2023

Civic League E-news

Save the Date for the 22nd Annual CPRV Front Porch Art Walk

Colonial Place–Riverview’s 2023 Front Porch Art Walk is like no other in Hampton Roads. In its 22nd year, Colonial Place & Riverview resident artists will showcase original works of art and creativity on their front porches throughout the day’s walking tour. The Front Porch Art Walk has grown and changed from its inception in 1998 when artist and CPRV resident Sheila Robinson conceived the idea to highlight and support local fine artists. 

     
   

Asphalt Art Comes to Colonial Place

During our February Civic League meeting, Colonial Place resident, Melissa Seek presented her idea of adding asphalt art to Colonial Place and Riverview. The Civic League voted in favor of pursuing this project! 

     

President's Corner: March 2023

To show our community what the Civic League does, here is what we have been up to the past few months on behalf of our residents:

  • Asphalt Art is Approved!
  • New 4-Way Stop Sign in Riverview
  • New Membership Chair
  • Sinkhole Repairs
  • Riverview Commercial Corridor Pilot Program
  • LeGrand Comes to Riverview
  • New Advertising Options Available on CPRV.net
  • More

     

Civic League Meeting: 

March 13th | 6:30 PM

 Join us as we discuss issues within the neighborhood. Meetings are in-person at Kingdom Embassy Church, 645 Mayflower Road or virtual through Zoom. The guest speaking will be presenting a housing market report.


     

Special Election!

   

We have a nomination for the elected board position of Neighborhood Representative. Please join us for the March meeting so you can meet the new nominee and vote!

     

Track Crime in Norfolk

Crime continues to be on the rise throughout the city of Norfolk, the state of Virginia and the entire country.  The Norfolk Police Department crime mapping program provides public access to crime data in the City of Norfolk.

     

4-Way Stop Sign Comes to Riverview


     

The History of CPRV

Since their early 20th-century beginnings as streetcar suburbs of Norfolk, Virginia, the adjoining historic neighborhoods of Colonial Place and Riverview have evolved into a vibrant, active community that a diverse citizenry now calls home.  Each month, we will highlight and showcase a property from the two neighborhoods and provide some history. 

Check it out often to see if we highlight your house!

     

Get Involved and Join the CPRV Civic League Today!

We live in an amazing neighborhood and only through your membership can we do any of the great projects and activities in our community like:


🌳 Beautification of our neighborhood with clean-up days and crape myrtle pruning

🌳 Dog park maintenance and improvement

🌳 Social events like the Garden Party, Tailgate, and paddle-boarding!

🌳 And so much more!


Membership dues for the Colonial Place/Riverview Civic League are $10.00 per year for each person under 65 and $5.00 per year for each person 65 and over. 

     
   

Interesting in Advertising on CPRV.net?


Online advertising is one of the most effective ways for businesses of all sizes to expand their reach, find new customers, and diversify their revenue streams.

With CPRV.net and our Facebook Group page, advertisers can directly reach neighbors who wish to support local businesses and organizations. 


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