Community Input on Phoebus Waterfront Park in Hampton, Virginia

On Saturday, May 15, 2021, The Partnership for a New Phoebus with support from the American Flood Coalition will be holding a drop by at Phoebus Waterfront Park in Hampton, Virginia from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. This drop by will be held to gather community input on how the park can be improved as a community space and to reduce tidal and stormwater flooding.

Phoebus Waterfront Park has been a special place for me as I have been photographing at this location a lot this past year. The wintering brown pelicans roost here at the pilings off the dock at the park, and there are a lot of wintering ducks like buffleheads that are swimming in Mill Creek where this Phoebus Waterfront Park is located. I plan to stop by and give my support and input as a conservation photographer and as a photographer that frequently photographs at this location.

Here are a couple of images that I have captured at Phoebus Waterfront Park.

Hope you will stop by and give your input on how Phoebus Waterfront Park can be better for the community and for you.

Bufflehead drake swimming in the golden waters of the sunrise light in Mill Creek at Phoebus Waterfront Park in Hampton, Virginia.
Bufflehead drake swimming in the golden waters of the sunrise light in Mill Creek at Phoebus Waterfront Park in Hampton, Virginia.

*raindate would be held on Saturday, May 22, 2021.

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