UPDATE MARCH 30, 2020:  The following City of Williamsburg buildings and facilities are closed to the public through April 23:  Municipal Building, Stryker Center, Quarterpath Recreation Center, Waller Mill Park, Police Department and Fire Station (only required staff will be at work, others will be teleworking). Governor Northam issued a "stay at home" executive order through June 10, 2020. Business assistance information can be found here. The City's telephone hotline (for city service questions):  (757) 259-7200 and the Virginia Health Dept. call center (for COVID-19 questions/concerns):  (757) 594-7069.

Williamsburg Parks & Recreation Recycling

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REDUCE  -  REUSE  -  RECYCLE:     Remember to recycle when you visit Quarterpath Recreation Center, Waller Mill Park and Kiwanis Park.  Recycling containers are available at these locations for plastic, glass and aluminum.  Athletic shoes are also collected at the Quarterpath Recreation Center.  Do your part and recycle! 

Nike Grind

Quarterpath Recreation Center
202 Quarterpath Road, Williamsburg

About the Nike Grind Program: Newspapers, soda cans, water bottles ... and athletic shoes? Recycling sneakers might sound a little out there, but it wasn't so long ago that throwing yesterday's news into today's trash wasn't just normal, but the only thing to do with it. Times have changed - for the better. Today, recycling household waste like plastic, glass, paper and cardboard has become second nature for people around the world. Our goal is to make recycling athletic shoes second nature as well. With Nike Reuse-A-Shoe bins available at more than 300 locations in the United States, Western Europe, Australia and New Zealand, it's becoming easier than ever to find a shoe recycling facility near you - and even easier to toss your kicks in and let us take care of the rest. Not only is tennis shoe recycling easy to do, but it's also one more way you can become a more conscious consumer and help Nike toward our goal of being a more sustainable company.

For more information about the Nike Grind Program, please visit their website at: