The North End Huntington Heights Preservation Association is a privately funded, not-for-profit entity and not affiliated with the City of Newport News government. Though NEHHPA does communicate and advocate on behalf of the neighborhood as a whole with the City we are not a provider of public services. This page is intended exclusively for informational purposes to connect residents of the historic district with various City departments and services.
City of Newport News website:
City of Newport News 311 system:
Typical issues addressed by the 311 system include (but are not limited to):
- Missed garbage, recycling, or bulk waste pickup
- Damaged or stolen garbage containers
- Debris in road or public spaces
- Codes violation reporting
- Flooding issues
- Curb, gutter, sidewalk, and road repair
- Mosquito spraying
Regular garbage (green can) is collected on Wednesdays.
Recycling (blue can) and bulk waste is collected every other Wednesday.
Of course, in the event of an emergency dial 911!
For non-emergency police services, call (757) 247-2500.
We are served by the South Precinct, Beat 12, reporting areas 7, 9, and 10.
The Precinct HQ address, phone number, and email is:
5849 Jefferson Avenue
Newport News, VA 23605
Architectural Review Board
Certain modifications to homes in the historic district require approval by the ARB. For information on the ARB and the process of submitting plans you can visit our informational page here:
or the City’s ARB page here: