About Williamsburg: Did You Know?
Williamsburg VA is a wonderful place to live, work and vacation, offering all types of housing, places to eat, things to do and history galore! What makes it so great? The people, of course! Williamsburg offers a unique and wonderful lifestyle for families, business owners and retirees, and the services that support our community are varied and indispensible!
Thinking of moving to Williamsburg, or just getting settled? Here's some basic information you might find handy:
- Williamsburg is part of the Virginia Beach-Norfolk metro area, and is the County Seat
- Population in 2003: 11,605
- Median household income: $37,093
- Williamsburg was the home of President Thomas Jefferson and the musician Bruce Hornsby. Check out our current Newsworthy Neighbors!
Here are some of the great team of professionals that take part in making Williamsburg the wonderful community it is:
Mayor: Jeanne Zeidler
(757) 903-9666 or (757) 220-6100
- Clyde Haulman, Vice-Mayor 229-8898
- Paul Freiling 229-5165
- Robert Braxton 229-6208
- Judith Knudson 220-0051
City Manager: Jackson C. Tuttle 220-6100
Assistant City Manager: Jodi Miler, 220-6100
Clerk of Council: Donna Scott, 220-6100
The City Council meets on the second Thursday of each month at 2:00 p.m. in the Stryker Building, 412 North Boundary St. and are open to the public.
Phone: (757) 259-7210
Fax: (757) 259-7204
425 Armistead Avenue
Williamsburg, VA Fax: (757) 259-7204
412 N. Boundary St.
Fire Chief: T. K. Weiler
The Williamsburg Fire Department has come a long way since its first volunteer force took shape in 1753!
Director of Public Works & Utilities: Dan Clayton
Real Estate Assessor
Assesor: Jan Davisson
Williamsburg Parks & Recreation Department
Director: R. Paul Hudson
Phone: (757) 259-3760
Fax: (757) 259-8064
The Williamsburg Parks & Rec Dept. maintains great programs and facilities for kids and families!
Planning Director: Reed T. Nester
Animal Control: 253-1800
The Heritage Humane Society provides shelter and houses homeless animals at 430 Waller Mill Road. Want to adopt a pet? Call 221-0150!
Natalie Miller-Moore has been a resident of Williamsburg, Virginia for six years and is serving as our monthly guest contributor and local expert. On most days, Natalie can be found spending time with her historian husband and young son, tending to her thriving vegetable garden or enjoying all the thrills found right here in Williamsburg.
You can also enjoy Natalie's writing in the Daily Press.
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