Partnering to Provide Intergovernmental Services

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Williamsburg/James City County Public Schools are jointly funded by the City and James City County. Administrative offices are located in the James City County Complex and School Board meetings are held on the first and third Tuesdays of the month at 7:30 p.m. Contact: Williamsburg/James City County Schools at 253-6777 or www.wjcc.k12.va.us.

Williamsburg/James City County Courthouse, located at 5201 Monticello Avenue, is jointly funded by the City and James City County. Circuit Court, District Court, and Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court are located at the courthouse. Offices of the Commonwealth's Attorney, Clerk of Circuit Court, and Sheriff are located at the courthouse. Contact: Sheriff Robert Deeds at 564-2220 or sheriff@wjccso.hrcoxmail.com.

Animal Control services are provided through a contractual agreement with James City County. Services include: impoundment of stray animals, animal adoption, trapping of nuisance animals, and assistance with wildlife calls. Contact: James City County Animal Control at 565-0370; for after-hour emergency call 253-1800.

Regional Animal Shelter houses and protects stray and surrendered dogs and cats in the Greater Williamsburg region at the Heritage Humane Society. James City Animal Control shares an office with the Heritage Humane Society at 430 Waller Mill Road. Contact: Heritage Humane Society at 221-0150 or visit www.heritagehumanesociety.org.

Williamsburg Area Transit Authority provides regional bus service to residents, visitors, and students in the City of Williamsburg, James City County and York County at an affordable rate. Transit system includes eight routes around the region, downtown trolley service, and offers (by appointment) transportation for people with disabilities. Contact: Williamsburg Area Transit Authority, 220-5493 or www.GoWATA.org.

Williamsburg Regional Library provides community library services at two locations including the opportunity to borrow 380,000 books, videos, compact discs, books on cassette, and provides access to online resources. Services include: material review, online checkout, and bookmobile services. Contact: Williamsburg Regional Library at 259-4040 or visit http://www.wrl.org/.

Youth Achievement Program provides opportunities for at-risk city youth ages 12-15 to participate in year-round youth development and achievement activities. Program includes: leadership and career development, neighborhood volunteer projects, academic assistance, and mentoring opportunities. Contact: Director of Human Services Peter Walentisch at 220-6166 or pwalenti@williamsburgva.gov.

Williamsburg Farmers Market provides fresh regional produce and products to citizens at weekly markets held in Merchants Square. Market includes: 30+vendors, special community programs and a market website www.williamsburgfarmersmarket.com. Contact: Market Manager Libbey Oliver at 259-3768 or loliver@williamsburgva.gov.