Skip Navigation and go to Main Content
JCC Home page JCC Home Page

Public Hearing Notices

Jan. 27, 2015 - BOS

Resolution to consider disposition of a parcel of property

Resolution to consider disposition of a portion of a parcel of property

Consideration of a resolution to amend § 7.4, Division of Planning, of the James City County Charter

Jan. 27, 2015 - BOD

A resolution authorizing the abandonment of a portion of existing JCSA sewer easement

Feb. 10, 2015 - BOS

Case No. Z-0006-2014/SUP-0015-2014, 3116 Ironbound Rd., Branscome Building.

Case No. SUP-0004-2012, HRSD Sanitary Sewer Force Main Replacement.

Case No. SUP-0016-2014, Top Notch Tree Service.

Slide 1

The Board of Supervisors will meet for the annual Budget Retreat on Jan. 31 at 10 a.m. Public hearings and work sessions will be held in the upcoming months before the Budgetís anticipated adoption in May.

Slide 2

Thereís still time to skate! The Iceburg Skate Rink at Mid County Park will stay open through Sunday, March 1. Check the schedule for hours of operation and special events like the Saturday Night Glow Parties.

Slide 3

Receive a new bike over the holidays and not sure what to do with the old one? Consider donating it to a child through the Police Departmentís Bike Donation Program to be cleaned, tuned up and given to a new owner.

Slide 4

Cold weather puts an extra strain on the heart, so be careful about shoveling snow or doing other hard work in the cold. Remember to dress warmly, work slowly and donít overdo it.

Slide 5

James City County welcomes CE Travelers Advantage Club. This one-stop-shop for travel and vacation needs, located at 300 McLaws Circle, Ste. 204, recently celebrated its grand opening.


JCC Police need your help.

There is an increase in theft from cars parked in front of County homes. These crimes typically involve the removal of small but valuable items such as purses, laptops, iPods and GPS receivers.

Always lock your car. If you must leave valuables in your car, keep them in the trunk so they are out of sight. If you see a crime in progress, call 911. Otherwise, report suspicious activity to the Police by calling 757-253-1800.

The Official Site of James City County, Virginia
e-Subscribe| Contact Us | How do I? | e-Payment
Privacy Practices and Security Policy