What's new in James City County
- Free First-time Homebuyers class
- Renovations at Mid County Park
- Arthritis and Rheumatic Diseases, PC celebrates ribbon cutting
- Perry named Police Officer of the Year
- VIN etching and child safety seat check
- Creative Cabinet Works celebrates groundbreaking
- Police announce Click It or Ticket campaign
- Memorial Day closings
- County Receives $20,000 Grant from the Governor's Agriculture and Forestry Industries Development Fund
- FY2014 Adopted Budget and FY2012 Annual Report available online
- Register for Community Emergency Response Team training
- Absentee voting for Democratic Statewide primary and other local primary elections has started
- Annual outdoor water use regulations begin May 1
- e-FYI citizen newsletter – May 15 issue
- The Watch Dial
The Fire Administration Building has received Gold certification in the U.S. Green Building Council’s LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) program. Located at 5077 John Tyler Hwy., the 10,000 square foot facility houses Fire Administration, Fire Support Services, EMS Training, Fire Training and the Fire Marshal’s office.
LEED certified buildings have lower operating costs and reduced waste sent to landfills. They also conserve water and energy, emphasize improved indoor air quality, reduce greenhouse gas emissions, and incorporate sustainable materials.
Guernsey-Tingle Architects and David A. Nice Builders, Inc. completed the design and renovation of this building ahead of schedule.