To help slow the spread of germs as recommended by the CDC and Virginia Department of Health, ALL City buildings and facilities will close to the public beginning Tuesday, March 17, 2020. City services will continue, and staff will be available via phone and email during regular business hours.
“Maintaining City services at all times is important to us and we will continue providing essential services to our residents during this closure,” stated Interim City Manager Mary Price.
Local residents and businesses can conduct business with the City using the following resources:
- Online – Visit www.winchesterva.gov for information, forms, etc. The direct link to the City’s online bill pay options is www.winchesterva.gov/bill-pay.
- Phone - For the phone directory, visit www.winchesterva.gov/department-listing.
- Email - For the email directory, visit www.winchesterva.gov/department-listing.
- Mail - For the mailing address directory, visit www.winchesterva.gov/department-listing.
- Drop box - Drop off correspondence, completed forms, payments, etc. at drop boxes located outside City Hall (N. Cameron Street side), Creamery Building, and Timbrook Public Safety Center (top of stairs). For social services documents, use the drop box outside the WDSS office at 24 Baker Street.
At the time of this press release, courts in the Joint Judicial Center are open and operating as scheduled (subject to change).
For more information about the Coronavirus pandemic and the City's response (updated regularly), please visit www.winchesterva.gov/coronavirus.