The Virginia Beach Convention & Visitors Bureau is closely monitoring weather conditions as Tropical Storm Isaias approaches the United States, and will continue to keep current and potential visitors informed as information develops.
Continue to monitor weather alerts and road conditions before you go. At this time, Virginia Beach is open and accessible to visitors and residents. Local officials and the state's departments of public safety and transportation are actively monitoring conditions and working to ensure safe travel across Virginia.
For the most up-to-date information on evacuation routes and road conditions, please visit the Virginia Department of Transportation.
Stay in touch with your lodging property to verify accessibility as weather conditions continue to develop. Take the time to familiarize yourself with your property’s cancellation policies pertaining to storms of this size. If you are in need of new or alternative accommodations in Virginia Beach, please search online or contact our Visitors Information Center for assistance at: (757) 385-7873.
At this time, flights are scheduled and operating from Norfolk International airport. For the most up-to-date information, we encourage you to check the airport’s website and contact your airline directly.
Visitors are encouraged to continue to monitor the storm path and check official channels at the following links:
City of Virginia Beach – www.vbgov.com
Virginia Department of Emergency Management – www.vaemergency.gov
National Hurricane Center – www.nhc.noaa.gov
National Weather Service – www.nws.noaa.gov