Thursday, December 1, 2022

Williamsburg Seeks Public Input Regarding $18.9 Million From ARPA

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WILLIAMSBURG – The City of Williamsburg is seeking public input on how to invest the $18.9

million that it will receive from the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA).

City Council plans to use the money as an investment in the future and to improve the quality of life of its residents. A steering committee has identified 11 potential projects for consideration. The survey asks residents to select and rank five projects out of the list of 11 that are of personal importance.

Residents are asked to visit to submit their choices regarding future projects.

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