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Welcome to Settlers Mill
Settlers Mill is one of Williamsburg’s most desirable neighborhoods. Located on 156 acres in James City County, the community was designed with tree lined streets and spaces for gathering.
 
Our beautiful neighborhood features nearly 200 single-family homes populated by families with young and teenage children, empty nesters and singles. We are a social neighborhood with activities for all: children’s events, summer picnics, retirees’ get-togethers, year-end holiday parties, book groups, and more.
 
Our amenities include a pool, basketball court, tennis and pickleball court, playground and a newly renovated clubhouse with a pavilion. Read more.

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Settlers Mill Business Network
Have you ever needed a service and thought it would be nice to support a business owned by a neighbor? Or do you provide a service and want to create more exposure? Whether you’re interested in financial or real estate help, burgers or chicken, or health providers, Settlers Mill has a wealth of talented neighbors ready to serve you.
 
Take a look at our new Settlers Mill Business Network Let us add your service or business - contact us today!

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Ready to Get Your Real ID?
Friday, January 24th to Wednesday, September 30th at DMV Customer Service Center: 5235 John Tyler Highway, Williamsburg, VA 23185 Monday - Friday: 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Saturday: 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Beginning October 1, 2020 all airline passengers must present identification with their boarding passes that meets new federal security standards. In most cases, that will mean presenting a Virginia DMV-issued Real ID driver's license. To obtain a Real ID, you must appear in person at the Virginia DMV. For additional information and to learn about what papers to bring with you, please read more.
2020 Census
Wednesday, February 26th to Tuesday, March 31st
Invitations to respond to the 2020 Census will be delivered between March 12-20. Once you receive that invitation, you can respond online, by phone, or by mail. The census is important because, among other things, results help determine how billions of dollars in federal funding flow into Virginia and our community each year. When you respond, your answers are kept anonymous. The U.S. Census Bureau is bound by law to protect your answers and keep them strictly confidential. It's not too late to apply for a temporary part-time position with the 2020 Census. Earn a little extra income and help our community.