Williamsburg Economic Development Authority issued the following announcement on March 15.
In concert with the Governor of Virginia, the City of Williamsburg announces that City buildings will remain closed to the public through March 30, 2020 as the coronavirus COVID-19 situation continues to escalate in the region. These buildings are: the Stryker Center, Municipal Building, Community Building, Quarterpath Recreation Center, police station and fire station.
“While walk-in business is halted, City staff will continue to do the business of the City,” says City Manager Andrew Trivette. “Payments or other paperwork that need to be delivered can be placed in the outside drop box at the Municipal Building. In addition, many business transactions can be completed and submitted online, but please know that staff will be available to take calls and answer emails, during normal business hours, 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday.” The staff email and telephone directory is available on the City’s website.
Last week, the City established a public information telephone hotline for citizen questions and to help control rumors. That number is (757) 259-7200. While staff can answer general questions, please be mindful that they cannot address medical concerns and may not be able to answer questions for other jurisdictions. The Peninsula Health District/Virginia Department of Health opened a call center to address questions regarding coronavirus COVID-19. That telephone number is (757) 594-7069 and they update their website regularly.
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Source: Williamsburg Economic Development Authority