The exhibit Horizons: As Above, So Below opens with a reception on First Friday, March 1, from 5 p.m. – 8 p.m. at the Portsmouth Art & Cultural Center, located in the heart of Olde Towne Portsmouth at 400 High Street, Portsmouth, Virginia.
Interested in what city officials and your fellow citizens had to say about the proposed FY2020 budget? Right from the comfort of your favorite computing device you can view a virtual meeting held today, February 19.
In an effort to engage its residents regarding the FY2020 budget, the City of Portsmouth has posted an opinion poll on the city website. The poll gives citizens an opportunity to voice their opinion on the upcoming budget.
The Government Finance Officers Association announced that the City of Portsmouth, Virginia, received the GFOA's Distinguished Budget Presentation Award, which represents a significant achievement by the entity.
Portsmouth Museums, the Portsmouth Public Library and the African-American Historical Society have partnered to produce three photo exhibits that will remain on display through the end of February.
The city has posted a citizen internet connectivity survey on the website at www.portsmouthva.gov/connectivitysurvey so that residents, business owners, etc. can express their opinions on their current and future internet needs. Take the survey now.
Portsmouth Museums and Portsmouth Public Library have announced the lineup of events for the fourth annual Black History Now - Celebrating Today’s Changemakers. The museums and library branches will host events and activities from Jan. 19 to Feb. 28.