- API data.vbgov.com | Last Updated 2019-07-15T21:10:08.000Z
This dataset includes information in cases where the Police department responded to an accident and a report was generated. Reports are generated when estimated property damage exceeds $1,500 or there is personal injuries on public roadways. Private property accidents are only documented if there is personal injury.
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This dataset includes information about incidents where the police department responds to an offense and a report of crime is generated. This dataset excludes incidents assigned to 14 of the 152 Incident Based Reporting Codes (IBR). The specific IBR codes excluded are: 'runaway', 'death investigation', 'death, accidental', 'death, drowning', 'death, suicide', 'death, auto fatality', 'attempted suicide', 'officer involved shooting, death', 'officer involved shooting, no death', 'missing person', 'lost property', 'habitual offender', 'other non-reportable offenses', and 'SVU information only'.
- API data.vbgov.com | Last Updated 2019-03-26T16:14:23.000Z
Resort area: The area, from and including, the sidewalk on the west side of Pacific Avenue to the Atlantic Ocean between Rudee Inlet and 42nd Street. For purposes of this Section, the term "Town Center" means the area bounded by and including the sidewalk on the south side of Virginia Beach Boulevard, the Norfolk Southern Corporation property line, the sidewalk on the east side of Independence Boulevard, and the sidewalk on the west side of Constitution Drive.
- API data.vbgov.com | Last Updated 2019-07-15T05:31:06.000Z
This dataset contains assessment and sales information about all properties sold in Virginia Beach since….
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This dataset provides information from the City of Virginia Beach Planning Department’s Permits Division. It includes all building permit application activity, including the location and current status of each application, within the City of Virginia Beach.
- API data.vbgov.com | Last Updated 2017-04-19T14:17:35.000Z
The dataset provides information on all applications submitted to the City’s Agriculture Department for inclusion in the Agricultural Reserve Program (ARP). The Agricultural Lands Preservation Ordinance and the Virginia Beach Agricultural Reserve Program (ARP) were enacted by City Council on May 9, 1995. The program was designed and promoted by a coalition of farm, conservation, business, and civic interests to address common concerns for resource and growth management, as well as preservation of agri-business and a balanced tax base. The ARP is a voluntary program that provides landowners the opportunity to capitalize on the development potential of their farmland without having to sell it. The recorded perpetual deed of easement protects the land for future generations for certain agricultural uses while the landowner retains ownership of his or her property. The City compensates the landowner for their development rights with an installment purchase agreement that includes tax free interest payments. The 25-year payment plan allows the City to leverage its dollars over time.