Williamsburg Notebook: Commission to Talk Capital Improvements

Williamsburg’s Planning Commission will talk about the city’s planned infrastructure and facility improvements for the next five years on Thursday. City residents needing tax preparation assistance can get free help starting Feb. 2. Planning Commission to Discuss CIP The Planning Commission will meet for a work session to discuss the Five-Year Capital Improvement Program on […]


Williamsburg Notebook: City Council to Host Comp Plan Public Hearing

City Council will meet twice this week, hosting a public hearing on the 2013 Comprehensive Plan at its Thursday meeting. Council also made several appointments and reappointments to boards and commissions that are effective this month. City Council to Host Public Hearing on Comp Plan City Council will seek public opinion about the proposed 2013 […]


Williamsburg Notebook: Offices Closed Monday, Christmas Tree Recycling Details

The city will be closing its offices to recognize the holiday. As you’re taking down your decorations, make sure to put real trees out for recycling on Jan. 7 and 14. Find more details below. City Offices Closed, Trash Affected by Holiday The city of Williamsburg offices, along with Quarterpath Recreation Center and Waller Mill […]


Williamsburg Notebook: City Holiday Closings, Commission OKs Comp Plan

City offices will be closed Monday and Tuesday for the Christmas holidays, which will push Tuesday trash collection to Wednesday. The Planning Commission voted unanimously Wednesday to recommend the Comp Plan for approval by City Council. City Offices Closed for Holidays The City of Williamsburg offices, Quarterpath Recreation Center and Waller Mill Park will be […]


Williamsburg Notebook: Commissioners Consider Comp Plan on Wednesday

The planning period for the city’s updated Comprehensive Plan has come to an end, and the Planning Commission will decide whether to recommend the final draft at its Wednesday meeting. Last week, council approved a plan to switch a development from condos to townhouses and approved four zoning ordinance changes. Planning Commission to Consider Recommendation […]


Williamsburg Notebook: Council to Consider Change to Guest Parking Permits

City Council meets with legislators to talk about the upcoming General Assembly session Monday, then will review a proposal to amend the city’s residential parking permit program for guests. City Council to Meet with Legislators Monday City Council will discuss its legislative priorities with its state legislators on Monday. In place of its regular work […]


Williamsburg Notebook: Dominion Employees Spruce Up Waller Mill Park

The city of Williamsburg’s Waller Mill Park recently had a mini-makeover when Dominion Virginia Power employees built a fence and added new items. The Neighborhood Council will meet on Dec. 8. Dominion Employees Build Park Fence Waller Mill Park has a new fence, thanks to 27 Dominion Virginia Power employees. The employees arrived at the […]