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Christopher Farms is in Evacuation Zone D
When a storm is approaching, emergency managers will determine which zones are most at risk considering the intensity, path, speed, tides and other meteorological factors. Properties in Zone A are located in areas most at risk of flooding and storm surge. Then Zone B properties. Then Zone C. And lastly, Zone D. While zones won't always be evacuated in that order or one at a time, the zone designations are based on storm surge, flooding, and meteorological data. When a storm approaches, emergency managers at the state and local level will work with local media and use social media and other tools to notify residents of impacted zones what they should do to stay safe. You just have to listen for your zone and the instructions that follow.
Depending on the emergency, being safe might mean staying at home, a short trip to higher ground, or traveling to a different region of the state.
Click on the button below to report a street light outage. Be sure to write down the pole identifier. E-mail and telephone contact information I provided for report submission.
Street drain clogged? Pothole? The city of Virginia Beach has many online resources for reporting to include apps for your IOS or Android device! For a link to the city web page for reporting an issue, click the button below.
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Our community manager is Brett Campbell and can be reached at email@example.com or by phone at (757) 747-0908. Brett is your primary contact source for the Homeowners Association.
We are very fortunate to have an elementary school in phase III of our development. For many, this is a special benefit for living here. Click here for an attendance map.
We are in the Princess Anne attendance zone.
The Kellam High School attendance zone extends to the North Carolina border. The new school now in use opened in 2014 and it one of the more modern school buildings in the city.