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.


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The Fire Department Headquarters is situated near the historic district of downtown Williamsburg. It is merely blocks from the colonial capital of Virginia and the campus of William & Mary.

The station itself was built in 1978 and housed equipment that responded "first due" to calls in the city, as well as into James City County and York County. All of the essential functions of the fire department were confined to the building to include; fire suppression personnel, administrative offices and a dispatch center.

Today, fire suppression and EMS personnel are the only occupants. Administrative staff is housed in the Emergency Operations Center next door and dispatch has been moved to a central dispatch location in York County. The station is situated in an ideal location where crews can easily respond to the citizens and visitors of Williamsburg in a timely manner.

                                                Williamsburg Fire Department
                                                  440 North Boundary Street
                                                 Williamsburg, Virginia 23185
                                                           (757) 220-6220