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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Student Essay Contest
Tuesday, March 12th to Friday, April 26th
The James City County Historical Commission is sponsoring an essay contest for Williamsburg-James City County high school students (grades 9-12) who reside in James City County or in the City of Williamsburg. The mission of the contest is to commemorate and promote the rich historical heritage of our County. 
The essay should be 1,000-1,500 words and based on one of the following topics: The Railroad, African-American Schools, or Lady Frances Berkeley. See more details here. Essays are due no later than 11:59 p.m. on Friday, April 26, 2024.
Additional Closures Along the Colonial Parkway
Monday, April 1st to Tuesday, April 30th
Phase One of the Colonial Parkway's reconstruction is wrapping up and Phase Two will begin in early April. New closures will extend from Yorktown to Route 199. Additionally, the parkway will remain closed from near Route 199 to, and including, the Williamsburg tunnel. Residents are invited to attend an Informational Public Meeting on Tuesday, March 26, 2024, between 6:00 and 8:00 pm. The meeting will be held at Quarterpath Recreation Center, 202 Quarterpath Road.
Get Your Bicycles Refreshed
Saturday, April 20th, 9:00am - 1:00pm at Jamestown Settlement parking lot
Join us on Saturday, April 20, 9 a.m.-1 p.m. at the Jamestown Settlement Parking Lot (2110 Jamestown Rd.) for Bikes Out of Hibernation. This event is offered in partnership with Williamsburg Area Bicyclists and Bike Walk Williamsburg. Receive safety inspections, assistance with minor adjustments, and helmets (while supplies last) and fittings all for FREE! Once you’ve gotten your tune-up, take a spin along the Virginia Capital Trail. Weather permitting. Info: 757-259-5355. No reservations needed.