“Due to the recent set of storms and the upcoming Memorial Day Weekend the Ocean Park sand nourishment project is scheduled to begin after the holiday, approximately May 30th.“
This is an EXCELLENT way to commute around the Bayfront and travel to the Oceanfront.
Thank you to everyone who helped make Route 35 possible!
About Ocean Park beach being “truly restored” like Chix Beach was:
“This is a substantial volume of sand.”
About “truly restored” vs “placement sites” for beach nourishment:
“Then we’re going to turn our sights on Cape Henry Beaches.”
About the pile of sand at Lynnhaven Boat Ramp:
“We plan on doing a truck haul, & place that material between Page Avenue & the gazebo at Duck Inn.”
About volume of sand:
“Truly restored” Ocean Park beach is getting ~ 400,000 cubic yards, LBR holds ~ 60,000 cubic yards, when Lynnhaven Inlet is dredged – happening soon – that yields ~ 100,000 cubic yards.
Some Instagram scoop:
Electronics, Hazardous Wastes, Old Medications/Pills are all accepted.
9 am – 1 pm on April 16 | Mount Trashmore (Parking lot next to YMCA)
Come out to Mt. Trashmore where a recycle zone will be set up for the general public to be able to drop off items to vendors such as hazardous household waste, documents for off-site shredding, electronics, old medications, and pills as part of the VB Police Dept. “Prescription Take-Back Program”. In partnership with AAA, Car Batteries and Children Automobile Safety Seats will be available for drop off as well.