County Attorney’s Office
101-D Mounts Bay Rd.
Williamsburg, VA 23185
P.O. Box 8784
Williamsburg, VA 23187
Hours of Operation
8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
The County Attorney’s Office does not provide legal advice or opinions to citizens and cannot represent citizens in personal or private legal matters.
Sources for Private Legal Representation:
Virginia Lawyers Referral Service: 1-800-552-7977
Peninsula Legal Aid: Williamsburg Office
County Code Supplement No. 7 Contains all Ordinances adopted by the Board between March 1, 2001 through June 30, 2001
81A-11 - April 24, 2001 - Amends and reordains Chapter 4, Building Regulations, by amending Article I, Virginia Uniform Statewide Building Code, Division 1, Generally, Section 4-3, Adoption; Amendments; and Section 4-4, When and where copies may be obtained.
55A-31 - May 8, 2001 - Amends and reordains Chapter 2, Administration, by amending Article II, Magisterial District, Election Districts and Election Precincts, Section 2-3, Designation and population of election districts; Section 2-4, Election precincts and polling places established; and Section 2-5, Election district boundaries.
31A-204 - May 8, 2001 - Amends and reordains Chapter 24, Zoning, by amending Article I, In General, Section 24-2, Definitions, and Section 24-22, Penalties; sanctions, injunctive relief, fines; and by amending Article II, Special Regulations, Division 1, In General, Section 24-43, Buffer, greenbelt and setback requirements for timbering activities.
31A-205 - May 8, 2001 - Amends and reordains Chapter 24, Zoning, by amending Article V, Districts, Division 15, Mixed Use, MU, Section 24-526, Requirements for improvements and design; and by adding Section 24528, Street improvements
174A-10* - June 12, 2001 - Authorizes the withdrawal of 378.34+ acres owned now or formerly by C. C. Casey, Ltd., Company and New Town Associates, LLC, from the 575.39 acre Casey AFD-8-86, Casey Withdrawal.
66A-46 - June 26, 2001 - Amends and reordains Chapter 13, Motor Vehicles and Traffic, by amending Article I, In General, Section 13-7, Adoption of state law; and Article II, Driving Automobiles, etc., While Intoxicated or Under the Influence of any Drug, Section 13-28, Adoption of state law, generally; and by adding Section 13-29, Recovery of expenses for emergency response. - * AFD Ordinances are not published in the Code Book.