Local Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update
- Most city offices, facilities and buildings will reopen to the public on Tuesday, June 16; however, citizens are encouraged to access city services online when possible.
- City Hall, offices at City Center at Oyster Point, NNPD headquarters and precincts, Department of Human Services, and Voter Registrar’s Office will open with regular hours. Masks and social distancing are required, and elevators will be limited to two people.
- Parks, Recreation & Tourism:
- Parks, trails, golf course, tennis courts, dog park, skate park, campground and fishing piers are open.
- Brittingham-Midtown Aquatic Center open for lap swimming only.
- Summer Youth Childcare program is open, space is limited.
- Lee Hall Mansion, Endview Plantation, Virginia War Museum and The Newsome House Museum & Cultural Center are open Thursday – Saturday, 10 am-4 pm.
- All city-sponsored special events, playgrounds, basketball courts, picnic shelter rentals, athletic programs, recreation centers, and senior centers are closed or canceled.
- Huntington Park Beach is now open for swimming, sunbathing and other activities with the following rules:
- Stay 6 feet away from others, unless you are from the same household.
- No groups of more than 10 people.
- No amplified music.
- No large coolers.
- No tents OR groups of umbrellas.
- No group sport activities (volleyball, Frisbee, etc.)
For all Newport News Attractions, please call ahead to check their status.
For a listing of curbside and delivery options in Newport News, Please note that the restaurants listed are all members of the Newport News Hospitality Association click here.
Click here for regional attraction reopening information.