Thursday, October 6, 2022

Williamsburg City Buildings Reopen To The Public

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WILLIAMSBURG-Effective June 1, all of the City of Williamsburg’s facilities will reopen to the public, with the exception of Quarterpath Recreation Center.

In addition, face coverings will no longer be required for fully vaccinated individuals when entering any of the city’s buildings.

Quarterpath Recreation Center is currently being utilized as a virtual school learning site for children of the city’s employees and will reopen to the public after the current school year ends on June 18. An exact reopening date will be announced within the coming weeks.

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