Due to the inclement weather expected to continue today and tonight along with the potential refreeze overnight, the City will operate the below schedule on Tuesday, February 2, 2021:
In an abundance of caution and due to the potential for refreeze tomorrow, the City will operate the below schedule on Monday, February 1, 2021:
After 49 years serving the Winchester community, Lynn Miller, the City’s current Parks and Recreation Director, is retiring at the end of January.
City of Winchester offices and the Jim Barnett Park Rec Center will open at 10 am due to icy road conditions. WinTran routes are operating with no changes.
Please use our online services.
Below is a list of frequently-used online services (online payment options & forms).
The City Treasurer and Commissioner of the Revenue expect to reopen their offices to the public on Monday, January 25, 2021. Normal business hours are 8:00 am-4:30 pm, however, staff are available via phone and email through 5:00 pm. The drop box located outside the offices at the Creamery Building (21 S. Kent Street) are available 24/7.
We thank you for your patience during these necessary safety closures.
Beginning January 27, 2021 and ending approximately March 10, 2021 (weather permitting), Papermill Road between Roosevelt Blvd and Tevis Street will be closed 24 hours/day for the Hope Drive Extension Project. These roads will be open to local business and residential traffic and detours will be clearly marked. Access to the businesses in this area will be maintained at all times.
Project information is available on the City's Project web page.
In observance of the Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday on Monday, January 18, 2021, the City will follow the below schedule.
Commissioner of the Revenue Ann Burkholder and City Treasurer Jeff Barbour have decided to extend the office closure through next week due to the previously-reported COVID-19 exposure. Please see their announcement below: