Welcome aboard! – Robert C. Middaugh, Jr has officially taken over the helm as the new County Administrator. Mr. Middaugh comes to the County with over 34 years of public service experience. Visit the County’s website for more information.
Stage 1 drought conditions declared – The County’s average daily water demand has exceeded 7.06 million gallons for 30 consecutive days, resulting in a voluntary water conservation declaration. To reduce demands on the County’s water system, James City Service Authority (JCSA) customers are encouraged to conserve water. Recommendations include:
2010 Progress Report available – The County’s 2010 Progress Report is now online. Interact with the information by watching video clips and following links imbedded throughout the six page report. Learn more about County projects, master planning and other initiatives that affect your life. Questions? Call 253-6864 or send an e-mail.
Sign up for Open Mic Night at the Planning Commission! – Let us know your thoughts on the Zoning and Subdivision Ordinances at two forums on August 24 and September 1. Visit the website for more information including a listing of Forum topics and an application to speak. Applications are due August 16 and speakers’ slots will be assigned on a first-come, first-served basis.
Ready for the first day of school? – Youth participating in the County’s TV Camp had a special behind-the-scenes tour of the newest Williamsburg/James City County schools – J Blaine Blayton Elementary and Lois S. Hornsby Middle. Check out their video!
Be prepared – Now is the time for you and your family to be hurricane prepared. Are you ready?
If you have special needs and need assistance to make a plan in order to evacuate, sign up now.For more information on hurricane preparedness, contact the Emergency Management Office at 564-2140.
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