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Picking up from one place and moving to another is always a hassle, especially when kids and pets are involved. Knowing whom to call or where to find information can help make the transition easier.

American Red Cross

www.redcross.org 

The Red Cross helps members of the military, veterans and their families prepare for, cope with, and respond to, the challenges of military service.

The American Red Cross offers confidential services to all members of the military, veterans, and their families by connecting them with local, state and national resources through the network of chapters in communities across the United States and offices on military installations worldwide.

Local Red Cross offices develop and maintain relationships with key community partners. Military families rely on the Red Cross to help them identify their needs and connect them to the most appropriate Red Cross and community resources. This key Red Cross service includes responding to emergency needs for food, clothing, and shelter, referrals to counseling services (e.g., financial, legal, mental health), respite care for caregivers, and other resources that meet the unique needs of local military members, veterans and their families.

The American Red Cross Emergency Communications Center is available to help 24/7. Call 877-272-7337 or submit an online request at https://saf.redcross.org/css.

Armed Services YMCA

www.asymca.org 

The ASYMCA is made up of 13 branches and about 20 affiliate locations at local Ys and on some DOD facilities across the U.S.

It makes military life easier by providing programs and services to the young men and women of all five armed services: Army, Marine Corps, Navy, Air Force and Coast Guard.

ASYMCA programs, services and events are designed to help the family come together, stay together and have the ability to adjust, bounce back and thrive wherever the services send them — with a particular focus on junior-enlisted men and women, the individuals on the front lines of defending our nation. Programs are offered at low cost and require no dues or membership fees.

Signature programs include: Angels of the Battlefield Awards Gala, Art and Essay Contest, Military Family Month, Operation Hero, Operation Holiday Joy, Operation Kid Comfort, Operation Outdoors, Operation Ride Home, Parent and Me, Teddy’s Child Watch and YMCA/DOD Military Outreach Initiative.

Find ASYMCA locations by visiting www.asymca.org/locations.

Child Care Aware

www.childcareaware.org 

Improving access to affordable, quality child care is one of Child Care Aware of America’s top goals. Search the site’s “State by State Resources for Families” to connect with national organizations and associations that provide information for families regarding child development, parenting, and child care concerns and questions.

The site has information on the different types of child care and how to choose the right child care for your family. Financial resources include a child care budgeting calculator and information on federal and state fee assistance. There’s also a special section for military and DOD families with links to military child care fee assistance. To speak with a specialist about military and DOD child care programs, call 800-424-2246, option 6.

Military OneSource

www.militaryonesource.mil 

Military OneSource is your central hub and go-to-place for the military community. Get to know your benefits and prepare for the big stuff — deployments, reintegration, moves, parenthood, retirement and more. Browse by topic or search for that strangely specific question you want to know the answers to. No matter where military life takes you, with Military OneSource you will always be in the loop.

Operation Homefront

www.operationhomefront.org 

Operation Homefront assists military families during difficult financial times by providing food assistance, auto and home repair, vision care, travel and transportation, moving assistance, essential home items, and rent-free transitional housing for wounded veterans and their families.

Helping military families gain long-term stability is a specific concern for Operation Homefront. Homes on the Homefront awards mortgage-free homes, impacting veteran families for generations to come. The caregivers for wounded warriors also need help and that is why Hearts of Valor was formed.

Operation Homefront’s annual gala recognizes extraordinary military kids. The organization also hosts multiple Homefront Celebrations, Star-Spangled Baby Showers, Back-to-School Brigades and Holiday Meals for Military events each year to show appreciation to military spouses.

Visit Operation Homefront online for more information.

Virginia Department of Social Services

801 E. Main St.

Richmond, VA 23219 804-726-7000

www.dss.virginia.gov 

The Virginia Department of Social Services is a state-supervised and locally administered social services system. VDSS delivers services and benefits to over 1.6 million residents each year, providing oversight to 120 local offices. VDSS programs are designed to help Virginia’s most vulnerable citizens find permanent solutions to life’s challenges and to achieve the highest level of self-sufficiency. The department administers programs such as Temporary Assistance for Needy Families, Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, Medicaid, Adoption, Child Care Assistance, Refugee Resettlement Services and Child and Adult Protective Services.

United Service Organization

www.uso.org 

Since 1941, the USO has kept our military men and women connected to their families, home and country no matter where they are or under what conditions they serve. Programs for military families include Couples Seminars: Stronger Families, Comfort Crew for Military Kids, Operation That’s My Dress, United Through Reading, Baby Showers: USO and What to Expect Present Special Delivery and The Sesame Street/USO Experience.

The USO also provides transition services to support Americans’ return to civilian life after completing their military service. For more information, go to www.uso.org/programs/uso-pathfinder.

Visit the USO’s website to find a location near you.

In Hampton Roads

Langley AFB Family Resources in Hampton Roads

 

Picking up from one place and moving to another is always a hassle, especially when kids and pets are involved. Knowing whom to call or where to find information can help make the transition easier.

Local government websites are valuable resources for newcomers to Hampton Roads because they provide important connections to other residents, local businesses and public safety. These sites give up-to-date information on local happenings, municipal contacts, weather and events such as city council meetings:

FAMILY, CHILDREN AND CHILD CARE SERVICES

Babysitters, Nannies, Child Care and Senior Home Care

www.care.com

Find family care with this website that will allow you to search for local caregivers for children, adults/seniors, pets and even housekeepers for your home.

Or you can post a caregiver job and then let the applicants find you — guaranteed responses within three days. Access to background checks, references and reviews helps you to make hiring decisions with confidence.

The site also provides helpful information such as how much to pay a baby sitter, how to interview a pet sitter and how to find a tutor or after-school activity for your student.

Active-duty military families receive a 25 per-cent discount on any subscription.

Child Care Aware

www.childcareaware.org

Improving access to affordable, quality child care is one of Child Care Aware of America’s top goals. Search the site’s “State by State Resources for Families” to connect with national organizations and associations that provide information for families regarding child development, parenting, and child care concerns and questions.

The site will also help you find information on locating quality child care, the types of child care available to you and how to evaluate the child care providers you visit.

There’s also a special section for the military child covering topics such as military fee assistance, payments and provider services.

Virginia Department of Social Services

801 E. Main St.
Richmond, VA 23219
804-726-7000
www.dss.virginia.gov

The Virginia Department of Social Services is a state-supervised and locally administered social services system. VDSS delivers services and benefits to over 1.6 million residents each year, providing oversight to 120 local offices. VDSS programs are designed to help Virginia’s most vulnerable citizens find permanent solutions to life’s challenges and to achieve the highest level of self-sufficiency. The department administers programs such as Temporary Assistance for Needy Families, Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, Medicaid, Adoption, Child Care Assistance, Refugee Resettlement Services and Child and Adult Protective Services.

Pets

Langley AFB Family Resources Pets

 

Use these steps to protect your pet from being lost during your move.

  • Keep a collar with an ID tag on your pet at all times with your current phone number on it.
  • Microchip your pets, especially if they are good at slipping their collars. It’s important to keep your contact information up to date so the chip can reconnect your pet to you. All animal shelters and vet clinics can scan for microchips.
  • Have a current license on your dog. It is the ID given to an animal by a city or county and can be another way your dog can be restored to you.
  • Keep cats indoors; it’s much safer for them. Cats are domestic animals and don’t need to be outside where there are coyotes and owls, among other predators. Give cats a post to scratch on, a window to perch in and plenty of toys, and they will love the great indoors.

Animal Services

Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries

General information 804-367-1000
Wild animal issues 855-571-9003

www.dgif.virginia.gov/contact

The Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries is responsible for managing inland fisheries, wildlife and recreational boating to ensure optimum populations of wildlife and inland fish for all to enjoy; to provide educational outreach programs to foster an appreciation for fish and wildlife resources and habitats; and to promote hunting, fishing, and boating opportunities.

Chesapeake Animal Services Unit

2100 S. Military Highway
Chesapeake, VA 23320
757-382-8080
www.cityofchesapeake.net/Government/City-Departments/Departments/Police-Department/Animal-Services-Unit.htm

Chesapeake Animal Services Unit operates under the police department and is staffed by animal control officers trained to enforce city and state animal laws. For more information, visit the Chesapeake Animal Services Unit website.

Chesapeake Humane Society

312 N. Battlefield Blvd.
Chesapeake, VA 23320
757-546-5355
www.chesapeakehumane.org

The Chesapeake Humane Society provides low-cost spay/neuter and vaccination services, financial assistance to shelter animals in immediate medical need and off-site adoption events. The organization promotes the welfare of animals through programs that reduce pet overpopulation, increase adoptions and encourage responsible pet guardianship through affordable care.

City of Franklin Animal Control

1024 Pretlow St.
Franklin, VA 23851
757-562-8605
www.franklinpolice.org/departments/animal-control

City of Franklin Animal Control operates under the police department, which enforces animal laws and responds to complaints of animal cruelty or neglect.

Gloucester County Animal Control

6489 Main St., Room 126
Gloucester, VA 23061
804-693-5290
www.gloucesterva.info/AnimalControl

The animal control department is responsible for the enforcement of state and county laws regulating the keeping of domestic animals within the county. For animal shelter hours of operation, pet license requirements and information about coyotes, visit the Gloucester County Animal Control website.

Hampton Animal Control

22 Lincoln St.
Hampton, VA 23669
757-727-6111
www.hampton.gov/1465/Animal-Control

Animal Control enforces city and state animal ordinances, educates the community on responsible pet ownership and investigates complaints of animal cruelty or neglect as well as animal bites. It also educates the community about wildlife concerns. For shelter hours, pet licensing or other information, visit the Hampton Animal Control website.

Isle of Wight Animal Control

13044 Poor House Road
Isle of Wight, VA 23397
757-365-6318
www.co.isle-of-wight.va.us/animal-services

Isle of Wight Animal Control is committed to public safety and animal protection through sheltering, adoption programs, education and animal law enforcement. It operates a shelter where dogs, cats and other companion animals are available for adoption.

James City County Animal Control

430 Waller Mill Road
Williamsburg, VA 23188
757-565-0370
www.jamescitycountyva.gov/176/Animal-Control

The James City County Animal Control, located inside the Heritage Humane Society facility, is responsible for the welfare of animals in the community including problem, neglected and dangerous animals and for enforcing animal laws. For information about hours of operation, pet licensing, lost pets or adoption opportunities, visit the James City County Animal Control website.

Newport News Animal Services Division

5843 Jefferson Ave.
Newport News, VA 23605
757-595-7387
www.nngov.com/756/Animal-Services

The Animal Services Division supports responsible pet ownership, humane treatment of animals, pet identification, spay-neuter programs and management of pet overpopulation. The division is dedicated to the prevention of cruelty to animals by enforcing state and city animal welfare laws and investigating complaints of abuse or neglect. For more information, visit the Newport News Animal Services Division website.

Norfolk Animal Care and Adoption Center

5585 Sabre Road
Norfolk, VA 23502
757-441-5505
www.norfolk.gov/nacc

Norfolk Animal Care and Adoption Center is the city’s animal sheltering facility, which provides a safe haven for animals in need. Animals are never turned away. The center cares for nearly 6,000 animals each year. For more information, visit the Norfolk Animal Care and Adoption Center website.

Norfolk Animal Protection Unit

2500 N. Military Highway
Norfolk, VA 23502
757-664-7387
www.norfolk.gov/nacc/animal_control.asp

The Animal Protection Unit is responsible for enforcing animal laws, licensing and cruelty investigations. The Animal Protection Unit operates under the Norfolk Police Department.

Portsmouth Humane Society

4022 Seaboard Court
Portsmouth, VA 23701
757-397-6004
www.portsmouthhumanesociety.org

The Portsmouth Humane Society promotes the adoptions of homeless animals in the community into loving, permanent homes. The nonprofit also provides education and community outreach programs to help decrease pet overpopulation. The Portsmouth Humane Society is the oldest continuously operating animal welfare organization in Virginia.

Portsmouth Animal Control

711 Crawford St.
Portsmouth, VA 23704
757-393-8257
www.portsmouthpd.us/bureaus-2/special-operations/special-operations-division

The Animal Control Unit operates under the police department, which responds to complaints regarding animal bites, stray animals, wild animals, animals in distress and injured animals. Animal Control officers take stray or surrendered animals to the Portsmouth Humane Society, which provides for the care and housing of these animals.

Southampton Animal Control

22336 Main St.
Courtland, VA 23837
757-653-2100
www.southamptoncounty.org/animcont.aspx

Animal control is managed by the Southampton Sheriff’s Office, which has trained personnel assigned to animal control. The department is responsible for pet licensing and promoting the humane treatment of animals and prevention of cruelty to animals. For more information, visit the Southampton Animal Control website.

Suffolk Animal Control Bureau

Suffolk, VA 23434
757-514-7855
www.suffolkva.us/anml_ctrl

Suffolk Animal Care maintains a shelter to protect, house, feed and euthanize (only if necessary) stray, injured, abused or unwanted animals. It also handles adoptions and redemption of stray animals. Suffolk Animal Care provides education programs on the importance of humane care, rabies vaccinations and spaying or neutering to prevent unwanted pet populations as well as raising awareness of state and city laws pertaining to domestic animals.

Virginia Beach Animal Control

341 S. Birdneck Road
Virginia Beach, VA 23451
757-385-4444
www.vbgov.com/government/departments/police/Animal-Control

Although pet licensing is coordinated through the city Treasurer’s Office, most pet and animal services are provided by the Police Department’s Animal Control Division. The division promotes responsible pet ownership, handles lost or injured animals and works to protect the public from animal-related communicable diseases such as rabies. Animal Control enforces laws concerning the care of domesticated animals and control of wild animals to ensure they are treated humanely. The division works with the local ASPCA and wildlife rescue organizations to ensure that strays and abused animals have an opportunity to find new homes as adoptable pets or live the remainder of their lives in a safe environment.

Williamsburg Animal Control

430 Waller Mill Road
Williamsburg, VA 23188
757-565-0370
www.jamescitycountyva.gov/176/Animal-Control

Williamsburg contracts with James City County Animal Control for services concerning the welfare of animals, licensing and adoptions.

York County Animal Control

301 Goodwin Neck Road
Yorktown, VA 23690
757-890-3601
www.yorkcounty.gov/CountyGovernment/FireLifeSafety/AnimalControl.aspx

The Animal Control Bureau operates under the York County Department of Fire and Life Safety. York County Animal Control officers are responsible for the welfare of animals in the community including problem, neglected and dangerous animals, for enforcing animal laws and for preventing cruelty to animals. For information about hours of operation, pet licensing, lost pets or adoption opportunities, visit the York County Animal Control website.

Veterinary Services

Veterinary services in Hampton Roads are plentiful; see the Advertiser Directory in this guide to connect with local providers. A place to start looking for a veterinarian is the Virginia Veterinary Medical Association at www.vvma.org. Another source is the Southeast Virginia branch of the Virginia Veterinary Medical Association Facebook page, www.fb.com/SHRVMA.

Pets

Moves are stressful for everyone — including the family pet. Pets can sense stress and a change in routine can be difficult for them. If possible, keep your pets in a quiet, secure area while movers pack up or unload your belongings. Movers will have your door open while they move boxes and furniture, and a pet may slip out the door undetected. Make sure you keep a collar with an ID tag on your pet at all times. Ensure the tag has your current phone number on it. It is also a good idea to microchip your pets. Remember to keep the microchip’s contact information up-to-date. If your pet escapes during any part of your move, you want the animal shelter that scans the chip to be able to contact you.

Your pet may face new outside dangers, including wild animals that may not only damage your home but also introduce diseases and parasites into your home. In Hampton Roads, these animals typically include raccoons, skunks, coyotes, foxes, beavers, bobcats, opossums, nutria and more. Keep animals on a leash in wooded areas, and contact professional animal control officers to help remove any threatening wildlife.

Animal Services

Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries

General information 804-367-1000

Wild animal issues 855-571-9003

www.dgif.virginia.gov/contact 

The Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries is responsible for managing inland fisheries, wildlife and recreational boating to ensure optimum populations of wildlife and inland fish for all to enjoy; to provide educational outreach programs to foster an appreciation for fish and wildlife resources and habitats; and to promote hunting, fishing, and boating opportunities.

Chesapeake Animal Services Unit

2100 S. Military Highway

Chesapeake, VA 23320 757-382-8080

https://tinyurl.com/yap8vlsg 

Chesapeake Animal Services Unit operates under the police department and is staffed by animal control officers trained to enforce city and state animal laws. For more information, visit the Chesapeake Animal Services Unit website.

Chesapeake Humane Society

312 N. Battlefield Blvd.

Chesapeake, VA 23320 757-546-5355

www.chesapeakehumane.org 

The Chesapeake Humane Society provides low-cost spay/neuter and vaccination services, financial assistance to shelter animals in immediate medical need and off-site adoption events. The organization promotes the welfare of animals through programs that reduce pet overpopulation, increase adoptions and encourage responsible pet guardianship through affordable care.

City of Franklin Animal Control

1024 Pretlow St.

Franklin, VA 23851 757-562-8605

www.franklinpolice.org/departments/animal-control 

City of Franklin Animal Control operates under the police department, which enforces animal laws and responds to complaints of animal cruelty or neglect.

Gloucester County Animal Control

6489 Main St., Room 126

Gloucester, VA 23061 804-693-5290

www.gloucesterva.info/AnimalControl 

The animal control department is responsible for the enforcement of state and county laws regulating the keeping of domestic animals within the county. For animal shelter hours of operation, pet license requirements and information about coyotes, visit the Gloucester County Animal Control website.

Hampton Animal Control

22 Lincoln St.

Hampton, VA 23669 757-727-6111

www.hampton.gov/1465/Animal-Control 

Animal Control enforces city and state animal ordinances, educates the community on responsible pet ownership and investigates complaints of animal cruelty or neglect as well as animal bites. It also educates the community about wildlife concerns. For shelter hours, pet licensing or other information, visit the Hampton Animal Control website.

Isle of Wight Animal Control

13044 Poor House Road

Isle of Wight, VA 23397 757-365-6318

www.co.isle-of-wight.va.us/animal-services 

Isle of Wight Animal Control is committed to public safety and animal protection through sheltering, adoption programs, education and animal law enforcement. It operates a shelter where dogs, cats and other companion animals are available for adoption.

James City County Animal Control

430 Waller Mill Road

Williamsburg, VA 23188 757-565-0370

www.jamescitycountyva.gov/176/Animal-Control 

The James City County Animal Control, located inside the Heritage Humane Society facility, is responsible for the welfare of animals in the community including problem, neglected and dangerous animals and for enforcing animal laws. For information about hours of operation, pet licensing, lost pets or adoption opportunities, visit the James City County Animal Control website.

Newport News Animal Services Division

5843 Jefferson Ave.

Newport News, VA 23605 757-595-7387

www.nngov.com/756/Animal-Services 

The Animal Services Division supports responsible pet ownership, humane treatment of animals, pet identification, spay-neuter programs and management of pet overpopulation. The division is dedicated to the prevention of cruelty to animals by enforcing state and city animal welfare laws and investigating complaints of abuse or neglect. For more information, visit the Newport News Animal Services Division website.

Norfolk Animal Care and Adoption Center

5585 Sabre Road

Norfolk, VA 23502 757-441-5505

https://tinyurl.com/y8h7o2hx 

Norfolk Animal Care and Adoption Center is the city’s animal sheltering facility, which provides a safe haven for animals in need. Animals are never turned away. The center cares for nearly 6,000 animals each year. For more information, visit the Norfolk Animal Care and Adoption Center website.

Norfolk Animal Protection Unit

2500 N. Military Highway

Norfolk, VA 23502 757-664-7387

https://tinyurl.com/yap4afoj 

The Animal Protection Unit is responsible for enforcing animal laws, licensing and cruelty investigations. The Animal Protection Unit operates under the Norfolk Police Department.

Portsmouth Humane Society

4022 Seaboard Court

Portsmouth, VA 23701 757-397-6004

www.portsmouthhumanesociety.org 

The Portsmouth Humane Society promotes the adoptions of homeless animals in the community into loving, permanent homes. The nonprofit also provides education and community outreach programs to help decrease pet overpopulation. The Portsmouth Humane Society is the oldest continuously operating animal welfare organization in Virginia.

Portsmouth Animal Control

711 Crawford St.

Portsmouth, VA 23704 757-393-8257

https://tinyurl.com/ycymddnn 

The Animal Control Unit operates under the police department, which responds to complaints regarding animal bites, stray animals, wild animals, animals in distress and injured animals. Animal Control officers take stray or surrendered animals to the Portsmouth Humane Society, which provides for the care and housing of these animals.

Southampton Animal Control

22336 Main St.

Courtland, VA 23837 757-653-2100

www.southamptoncounty.org/animcont.aspx 

Animal control is managed by the Southampton Sheriff’s Office, which has trained personnel assigned to animal control. The department is responsible for pet licensing and promoting the humane treatment of animals and prevention of cruelty to animals. For more information, visit the Southampton Animal Control website.

Suffolk Animal Control Bureau

Suffolk, VA 23434 757-514-7855

www.suffolkva.us/anml_ctrl 

Suffolk Animal Care maintains a shelter to protect, house, feed and euthanize (only if necessary) stray, injured, abused or unwanted animals. It also handles adoptions and redemption of stray animals. Suffolk Animal Care provides education programs on the importance of humane care, rabies vaccinations and spaying or neutering to prevent unwanted pet populations as well as raising awareness of state and city laws pertaining to domestic animals.

Virginia Beach Animal Control

341 S. Birdneck Road

Virginia Beach, VA 23451 757-385-4444

www.vbgov.com/government/departments/police/Animal-Control 

Although pet licensing is coordinated through the city Treasurer’s Office, most pet and animal services are provided by the Police Department’s Animal Control Division. The division promotes responsible pet ownership, handles lost or injured animals and works to protect the public from animal-related communicable diseases such as rabies. Animal Control enforces laws concerning the care of domesticated animals and control of wild animals to ensure they are treated humanely. The division works with the local ASPCA and wildlife rescue organizations to ensure that strays and abused animals have an opportunity to find new homes as adoptable pets or live the remainder of their lives in a safe environment.

Williamsburg Animal Control

430 Waller Mill Road

Williamsburg, VA 23188 757-565-0370

www.jamescitycountyva.gov/176/Animal-Control 

Williamsburg contracts with James City County Animal Control for services concerning the welfare of animals, licensing and adoptions.

York County Animal Control

301 Goodwin Neck Road

Yorktown, VA 23690 757-890-3601

www.yorkcounty.gov/442/Animal-Services 

The Animal Control Bureau operates under the York County Department of Fire and Life Safety. York County Animal Control officers are responsible for the welfare of animals in the community including problem, neglected and dangerous animals, for enforcing animal laws and for preventing cruelty to animals. For information about hours of operation, pet licensing, lost pets or adoption opportunities, visit the York County Animal Control website.

Veterinary Services

Veterinary services in Hampton Roads are plentiful; see the Advertiser Directory in this guide to connect with local providers. A place to start looking for a veterinarian is the Virginia Veterinary Medical Association at www.vvma.org. Another source is the Southeast Virginia branch of the Virginia Veterinary Medical Association Facebook page, www.fb.com/SHRVMA.

Safety

Langley AFB Family Resources Safety

 

Commonwealth of Virginia

Office of Public Safety and Homeland Security

Nonemergency 804-786-5351
https://pshs.virginia.gov

The Virginia Office of Public Safety oversees 11 state agencies that are responsible for highway safety; training firefighters and other first responders as well as members of the Army and National Guard; and planning and organizing Virginia emergency preparedness.

Department of Emergency Management

Nonemergency 804-897-6500
www.vaemergency.gov

The Department of Emergency Management develops and maintains state emergency plans to deal with disasters and to assist communities in developing localized emergency operations plans. The department offers training courses in emergency management, hazardous materials response and search and rescue to prepare local responders to deal with disasters and their aftermath. The Department of Emergency Management also works with the National Weather Service and local emergency managers to conduct public awareness campaigns promoting tornado, hurricane and winter weather safety. Visit the department’s website for a severe weather awareness guide and other preparedness information.

Gloucester County

Emergency Management

Nonemergency 804-693-1390
www.gloucesterva.info/EmergencyManagement/tabid/676/Default.aspx

The Gloucester County Department of Emergency Management is responsible for planning and coordinating preparation, response and recovery to lessen the impacts on the community from natural or man-made catastrophic events.

Volunteer Fire & Rescue

Nonemergency 804-693-2148
www.gvfrs.org

Sheriff

Nonemergency 804-693-3890
www.gloucesterva.info/SheriffsOffice

Isle of Wight County

Emergency Services

Nonemergency 757-365-6308
www.co.isle-of-wight.va.us/emergency-services

The Department of Emergency Services is responsible for developing emergency preparedness plans, assisting volunteer citizen committees and participating in regional emergency preparedness organizations so the county is prepared to respond to all emergencies of man-made or natural origin.

Volunteer Fire and Rescue

Nonemergency 757-365-6308
www.co.isle-of-wight.va.us/emergency-services/volunteer-fire-and-rescue-agencies

Sheriff

Nonemergency 757-357-2151
www.isleofwightsheriffsoffice.com

James City County

Fire and Emergency Medical Services

Nonemergency 757-220-0626
www.jamescitycountyva.gov/2435/Emergency-Medical-Services

Fire and Emergency Medical Services provides fire protection, prevention services and emergency medical and disaster protective services for James City County.

Police Department

Nonemergency 757-253-1800
www.jamescitycountyva.gov/police

Southampton County

Fire and Rescue Association

http://scfra.com/custom.html?id=20497

Sheriff

Nonemergency 757-653-2100
www.shso.org

York/Poquoson County

Emergency Management

Nonemergency 757-890-3600
www.yorkcounty.gov/readyyorkcounty

The Office of Emergency Management is responsible for planning a comprehensive, whole-community, threat, hazard and risk-based emergency management program that includes implementing preparedness and mitigation strategies as well as coordinating a unified response and recovery effort to all natural, technological or human-caused disasters or large-scale emergencies.

Fire and Life Safety

Nonemergency 757-890-3600
www.yorkcounty.gov/CountyGovernment/FireLifeSafety.aspx

Sheriff

Nonemergency 757-890-3630
www.yorkcounty.gov/CountyGovernment/York-PoquosonSheriff.aspx

Chesapeake

Emergency Management

Nonemergency 757-382-6504
www.cityofchesapeake.net/Page2879.aspx

The Emergency Management division helps citizens prepare and recover from disasters including weather emergencies. Visit the Emergency Management division website for more information.

Fire Department

Nonemergency 757-382-6297
www.cityofchesapeake.net/Government/City-Departments/Departments/fire.htm

Sheriff

Nonemergency 757-382-6159
www.chesapeakesheriff.com

Franklin

Fire and Rescue

Nonemergency 757-562-8581
www.franklinva.com/government/departments/fire-and-rescue

Police

Nonemergency 757-562-8575
www.franklinva.com/government/departments/police

Hampton

Fire and Rescue

Nonemergency 757-727-6580
http://hampton.gov/244/Fire-Rescue

Sheriff

Correctional Facility 757-727-6760
Community Corrections Center 757-926-2540
http://sheriff.sbo.hampton.k12.va.us

Newport News

Fire Department

Nonemergency 757-975-5030
www.nnva.gov/2040/Fire

Sheriff

Nonemergency 757-926-8535
www.nngov.com/sheriff

Norfolk

Fire-Rescue

Nonemergency 757-664-6600
www.norfolk.gov/nfr

Sheriff

Nonemergency 757-664-4700
http://norfolk-sheriff.com

Poquoson

Fire & Rescue

Nonemergency 757-868-3510
www.ci.poquoson.va.us/177/Fire-Rescue

Police

Nonemergency 757-868-3360
www.ci.poquoson.va.us/198/Police

Portsmouth

Fire, Rescue and Emergency Services

Nonemergency 757-393-8765
www.pfresva.com

Sheriff

Nonemergency 757-393-8210
www.portsmouthva.gov/331/Sheriffs-Office

Suffolk

Fire & Rescue

Nonemergency 757-514-4550
www.suffolkva.us/fire

Police

Nonemergency 757-514-7915
www.suffolkva.us/spd

Virginia Beach

Fire

Nonemergency 757-385-8882
www.vbgov.com/government/departments/fire

Sheriff

Nonemergency 757-385-4555
www.vbso.net

Williamsburg-James City County

Fire

Nonemergency 757-220-6220
www.williamsburgva.gov/government/departments-a-h/fire

Sheriff

Nonemergency 757-564-2220
www.wjccsheriff.org

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