Dear Local Business:
2020 is a special time in the history of our little river town… 150 years of West Point!
We invite all of our local businesses and organizations to become a part of history by sponsoring our 150th Anniversary: A Celebration of Town of West Point.
We’ll be promoting the event on social media, our website, radio, in print, and on the town’s television channel leading up to the week of June 15th, and would be honored to have your support.
There are four sponsorship opportunities available – Relic, Old-Fashioned, Antique and Vintage. We sincerely look forward to sharing this special time in the life of our town with you.
Click Here fo our sponsorship form and opportunities. Don’t miss out on becoming a sponsor. The deadline is Friday, April 24, 2020.
Also, we are asking all businesses/organizations for participation that week. A display of your business or building history would be a nice addition to our celebration. If you will be displaying a history timeline please let us know so we can include you in our schedule of events and advertising material.
For questions, please contact Community Development Director, Holly McGowan, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 804-843-3330.
150th Anniversary Committee
The Town of West Point is honored to support Bridges of Change, an emergency domestic violence shelter that serves the counties of Charles City, New Kent, King and Queen, King William and West Point. Town Hall is now a donation site for Bridges of Change and will accept donations for the non-profit organization during all hours Town Hall is open. Donations should be given to Holly McGowan, Director of Community Development. You may contact Holly at email@example.com or 804-843-3563 with questions or to schedule a time to drop off your donations.
Items needed are: monetary donations; women's clothing; gift cards for items/stores such as gas, Uber, Food Lion, Walmart, Amazon, etc.; sheets; towels (bath and kitchen); blankets; over the counter medications such as cold/flu, pain reliever, allergy; personal lock boxes for clients’ valuables; child car and booster seats (non-expired and non-damaged); strollers; non-perishable food items; office supplies such as printer paper, ink for HP 63 printer, file folders, envelopes, stamps; laundry detergent; fabric softener; dryer sheets; bleach; hand sanitizer; antibacterial hand soap; large plastic totes; personal hygiene products; and feminine hygiene products.
Thank you for supporting those who support our community.
Did you know people from all over Virginia and beyond are choosing West Point for their special events? From bachelorette weekends, to water recreation, to day trips to enjoy our historic downtown district, tourists are finding their way to West Point, and we are grateful.
As we continue to welcome guests, we want to ensure they love what they see and visit again and again. Not only is it important for our businesses to maintain tidy and inviting spaces, it’s equally as important for our residents to do the same. We are here to help and offer resources when you need us, so don’t hesitate to use your Town services. For example, did you know our awesome Public Works Department offers Bulk Item Pickup all year ‘round? That’s right! All you have to do is call 804-843-4363 or visit Town Hall at 329 6th Street to make your request. Our friendly crew will be happy to help you remove unwanted items to ensure your property is well-maintained.
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This one little word can mean something different for everyone. To us, it means this sweet river town filled with amazing and hardworking people, the best school district in Virginia, gorgeous scenery, unique history, and so much more. One of the things we love best is how much YOU all love our community. From town events to school athletics to community service to awesome photography, Pointer Pride is prevalent and strong.
As guests and tourists continue to visit our town, we want to ensure they see that same Pointer Pride. The Town will be sharing tips and resources to help you ensure your properties and businesses are tidy and maintained.
If you have questions about Town Codes or help regarding property maintenance. Holly McGowan, our Community Development Director, will be happy to answer your questions and help you locate resources that will assist you with property maintenance. She can be reached at 804-843-3563 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Online E-Check Payment Option
Simply go to “I Want to…” and look for “Pay” at the top of this page
The Town of West Point is pleased to offer online e-check payment and inquire services. This site can be used to make payments and inquire into Parking Tickets, Property Taxes, Real Estate Taxes and Utility Bills.