JAMES CITY COUNTY — James City County’s (JCC) fiscal year 2021 annual report is now available online, and highlights the accomplishments of the County departments between July 1, 2020 and June 30, 2021.
The report includes highlights of JCC’s efforts to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic, such as new services, facility modifications, and the establishment of the Greater Williamsburg Vaccination Clinic.
The clinic, which opened at the Williamsburg Visitor Center on Jan. 22, 2021, was a collaboration between JCC, the City of Williamsburg, York County, the Virginia Department of Health, Colonial Williamsburg, William & Mary and other community partners.
According to the report, the clinic administered 22,840 doses of the Moderna vaccine to local residents and workers over the course of nearly four months.
The County also established a Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Team to help develop a framework to support diversity and inclusion in the work place.
The report also highlighted economic developments throughout the year, including the construction of new entertainment venue The Maine of Williamsburg, and the securement of pandemic relief funding assistance for over 125 small businesses.
JCC Parks and Recreation also partnered with over 40 community, business and school organizations on initiatives to offer more equal access to recreation services, including a day support program for young adults with disabilities and services that provide free summer camp, transportation and lunches for youth with financial needs.
View the annual report online.