JAN. 3, 2018 – SOUTH NORFOLK, VA  Welcome to South Norfolk.  We’re so glad you found our directory.

The South Norfolk Business Directory was founded in 2014 to help support tourism and commerce in South Norfolk by the same people who publish HistoricSouthNorfolk.com, Suzy and Dan Loonam.

In January 2018, The South Norfolk Business Directory was reloated to a secured server for enhanced usability and user confidence. The new URL is https://SouthNorfolkBusinessDirectory.com .

Welcome to South Norfolk

If your business is already listed here, you may claim and manage the listing yourself. Basic business listings are free, but you can add more pizazz for just a few bucks per month. If you get stuck at any time, just drop us a line.

Contact Us

If you have any questions or if you need help, please contact us! We mean that. No one will try to sell you anything. Our goal is to build a modern directory for the historic landmark community of South Norfolk! Contact us. Let us say, “Welcome to South Norfolk” in person.

Works on all devices

Developers optimized South Norfolk Business Directory to look good on any device — desktop, tablet and, especially, phones.

Also, Search Engine Optimization tools helped developers optimize the directory for search engines.

If you need help with your free listing, please contact us. Your listing is our business. Let us make it work for you! Even if you stay with the Free Plan. Please contact us if you need help. We don’t mind. Really!


South Norfolk is a former independent city that is now an historic borough (county) of Chesapeake, Virginia. The little town was platted by the Norfolk Land Company in the late 1890s. Mass construction began about 1900. Main streets were wide, and the homes built along them were large, mostly for wealthy professionals like doctors, lawyers, businessmen and developers. Learn more about Historic South Norfolk at the website of the same name.

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