With safe and well-maintained neighborhoods, Phoebus is a waterfront community adjacent to Fort Monroe with a small town feel and rich history all its own, and a place where families and businesses alike can grow and prosper.
The Partnership for a New Phoebus, Inc. represents a blending of the Phoebus Civic Association and the Phoebus Improvement League to create a revitalized community organization that speaks with one voice for a wide range of interests.
The Partnership is a non-profit, tax-exempt organization recognized as such by the Internal Revenue Service. For support, we rely on a federally funded community development block grant administered by the City of Hampton, but we would welcome your support as a dues-paying member of the Partnership.
The Partnership’s affairs are managed by a 15-member board consisting of four officers who are elected annually and 11 directors who are elected for staggered two-year terms.
Also falling under the Partnership’s umbrella are the Hampton Cup Regatta and Phoebus Events.
The Partnership is a member of The National Trust, Preservation Virginia, the National Alliance of Preservation Commissions, and the Virginia Downtown Development Association.
The Partnership for a New Phoebus is organized for the specific purpose of improving, conserving, and revitalizing the business, housing, social and economic conditions associated with the quality of life for citizens of the Phoebus area of Hampton, Virginia.
Lillie Mae Jones
Phoebus Events is an all-volunteer, non-profit group composed of merchants, organizations and residents of Phoebus. The main goal of Phoebus Events is to support and preserve the spirit of community by reaching out to citizens living in Hampton and beyond. All Phoebus Events take place in the heart of Phoebus on Mellen St. and each event is FREE and open to the public. For details visit www.phoebusvaevents.com.