2015-2016 GOals, Initiative and Outcomes
Every two years the Williamsburg City Council identifies new strategic objectives for City Government. Public input is an important element of the process. Share your input today.
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Disc Golf at Waller Mill Park
Nine holes available with two baskets per location for 18 holes. Course is open during regular park hours. Rate is $2 per person to play with discs available to rent at boathouse - $1/disc. Park daily entrance rate - $2/vehicle.
New Mobile Apps and Alerts
Download the Williamsburg Wayfinder App for dynamic information for the Community, Businesses and Visitors and Great City Walks. Also, make sure to sign up for our new Emergency Alert system.
FY15 Adopted Budget
The City of Williamsburg's 2015 Fiscal Year runs from July 1, 2014 to June 30, 2015. The Proposed FY 15 Budget was adopted unanimously by City Council on May 8, 2014.
Proposed Stryker Building Project
An interim PPEA agreement for the Stryker Building Project has been posted.
Hurricane season runs from June 1 to November 30. Please take a moment to review information about preparation for hurricanes and tornadoes.
Parks and Recreation Mobile App
Plan your visit to Williamsburg parks or visit more than 13,000 nationwide by downloading the PARKSNREVIEWS mobile app on your iPhone or Android phone. Select parks by amenities or proximity, visit the parks, then rate and share pictures.
How's the City doing? Get real time data on anything from meal and room taxes to energy usage in the Municipal Building. How high is the reservoir? View our award-winning Public Dashboards.
Top Transparency Website in 2013
The City of Williamsburg was among the winners of the 4th annual Sunny Awards. The award, which honors the most transparent government websites in the nation went to 250 government entities.
Williamsburg Community Building
You can rent the Williamsburg Community Building and lawn for meetings and events. It's a great location, beautiful venue and very affordable.
Special Event Permit
Thinking of hosting an event at the Library trellis or down Duke of Gloucester Street? You need a Special Event Permit.
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