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City of Williamsburg Declares State Of Emergency

City Manager Jack Tuttle has declared a local emergency for the City of Williamsburg and urges citizens to log on to the city’s website (www.williamsburgva.gov/emergency), sign up for email updates through Enotify, follow the city on Facebook (Williamsburg.Virginia) and twitter @WilliamsburgGov, sign up for text messages at City 411, watch WMSBG Channel 48, and listen to radio station WMBG 740 AM for information on preparing for the storm, sheltering in place and after the storm news and updates. Residents are asked to call 757-220-6161, the city’s Human Services Department, for special needs assistance.
Williamsburg Emergency Operations Center (EOC) and the city shelter, located at Quarterpath Recreation Center, will open Saturday, August 27 at 8:00 a.m. Starting Saturday morning, citizens can contact the City EOC at 757-259-7200 to report problems or issues. The city’s shelter is located 202 Quarterpath Road in Quarterpath Recreation Center. (click here for directions) For information on what to bring to the shelter go to the city’s website at www.williamsburgva.gov/emergency or call 757-259-3760.
Quarterpath Recreation Center pool is closed and will remain closed until Monday, August 29 and Waller Mill Park will be closed Saturday, August 27 and Sunday, August 28. The Williamsburg Farmers Market is canceled for Saturday, August 27 and the Williamsburg Regional Library is closed Saturday, August 27 and Sunday, August 28. The city will allow residents to park in the Prince George Street Parking Garage, located at 230 North Henry Street, for free starting Friday, August 26 at 6:00 p.m. until Monday, August 29, at 8:00 a.m.
For updated information, watch your local television stations, listen to WMBG 740 AM or log on to the City’s website


In anticipation of the approach of Hurricane Irene, York County has opened a Hurricane Hotline.

        Citizens are now encouraged to call 890-3674 if they have questions about the storm.

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