Downtown Parking Study Ideas
SpeakupWilliamsburg! and let us know your thoughts and ideas to help us develop an exceptional downtown parking system.
Stryker Building Project
Check out the progress of the new Stryker Center, the crowning feature of Williamsburg's City Square. New City Council Chambers, meeting space and library admin offices.
Arts District Sculpture Gallery
21 unique works of art were selected by a panel with the theme -This Glorious Earth. Take the Walking Tour under Explore - Great City Walks on the Williamsburg Wayfinder App and vote for you favorite.
2016 Adopted Budget
The 2016 Adopted Budget is available for the fiscal year running from July 1, 2015 - June 30, 2016. FY 16 Budget was adopted on May 14, 2015 at the City Council meeting.
Water Quality Report 2014
The Annual Water Quality Report identifies drinking water sources, treatment procedures and water quality test results for 2014. Results show Williamsburg's water meets and in many cases, exceeds state and federal regulations.
Digital Cities Survey Winner
The Center for Digital Government (CDG) has announced the winners of its 2015 Digital Cities Survey, and Williamsburg, Virginia placed 7th in the top ten cities of populations less than 75,000.
2015-2016 Goals, Initiative and Outcomes
City Council approved the 2015-2016 Goals Initiative and Outcomes at the November 13, 2014 City Council Meeting.
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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 Emergency Alert system.
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.
Transparency in Williamsburg
The City of Williamsburg works to ensure information that is timely and accurate is available at all times. To make it easier, here are some commonly requested links.
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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