WILLIAMSBURG, Va. - The City of Williamsburg is moving forward with Phase 2 of its coronavirus reopening plan on Monday, three days after the Commonwealth of Virginia did the same.
According to a release from the city, all public offices will remain closed during Phase 2, except for the Stryker Center, which will be open for limited use.
The majority of City of Williamsburg employees will continue to work from home. Those coming into work are required to wear a mask and have their temperature taken twice a day.
Williamsburg city commissions, including the city council, are allowed to meet in-person with face masks worn and limited attendance.
Parks and playgrounds are now open with limited service.
According to the release, each phase of Williamsburg's plan is to protect city staff and the public from any possible resurgence of the coronavirus while also easing restrictions on various city services.
For more information on what Williamsburg's reopening plan and which city services are available, click HERE.