Sunday, December 10, 2023

Update: All Historic Triangle Government Offices No Longer Require Appointments

(Courtesy of Filkins)

Editor’s Note: The original article did not include information for James City County. Since publication, that information has since been reported and the article now reflects this addition. The original article can be found by clicking here.

REGIONAL — Since Virginia Governor Ralph Northam announced that he was lifting COVID-19 mitigation measures on May 27, governments all over the Commonwealth are following suit.

The City of Williamsburg announced in a press release that, starting Tuesday, June 1, all city facilities, with the exception of the Quarterpath Recreation Center, will be fully opened to the public.

The recreation center is currently being used as a School 6 Feet Apart facility for the children of City of Williamsburg employees, and will continue to be closed to the public until Williamsburg-James City County Schools complete its term on June 18.

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The City also announced that face masks will no longer be required inside City buildings for people who are fully vaccinated. Those who are not fully vaccinated should continue to mask up in accordance with Center for Disease Control guidelines. Physical distancing is still encouraged.

York County offices will also not require appointments starting June 1. Go to the York County website for hours of operation.

Local government offices in James City County have been open to the public without an appointment since May 4.


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