Annually, the City of Williamsburg produces a budget for its fiscal year from July 1 through June 30. The budget covers anticipated expenses, such as staff for various services, road improvements and maintenance, park and facility upkeep, law enforcement, fire, economic development, planning and engineering, water and wastewater services and facilities and more. It also takes into account anticipated revenue, such as property tax, fees for services such as water and wastewater, road-use tax, bonds, hotel/motel tax, and state and federal funds.
The City of Williamsburg welcomes public input, ideas and feedback about the annual budget. Some ways you can learn more or share your thoughts:
Attend City Council meetings, held the second and fourth Monday of every month at the City Hall (210 W State St.) at 7:00 p.m., and speak during public comment.
Attend the appropriate board or commission meeting, and speak during public comment.
Contact the city council, mayor or City Clerk.
Submit a comment online
View city council agendas, minutes
Summary packets of the annual adopted budget (PDFs)