Williamsburg is a small but growing city located in Virginia with an approximate population of 15,214 people. Williamsburg is the 58th largest community in Virginia. With about 90% of the workforce employed in white-collar jobs, Williamsburg is a city of professionals, teachers, service providers, management executives, computer specialists and technicians, sales people and admin workers. Williamsburg is also a city of artists with a substantial population of craftspeople. It also has a large population of college students thanks to the College of William & Mary. This has produced a young and hip vibe in parts of the town, especially in areas near the campus. History, however, reigns supreme, with major attractions such as Colonial Williamsburg, the Jamestown Settlement, and other historical places of interest located within the boundaries.

Williamsburg is also an ethnically-diverse city. The people who call Williamsburg home describe themselves as belonging to a variety of racial and ethnic groups. The greatest number of Williamsburg residents report their race to be White, followed by Black or African-American. Important ancestries of people in Williamsburg include English, Irish, Italian, and Scottish.

Population Williamsburg Neighborhoods

  • Berkeley’s Green
  • Braemar Creek
  • Brandywyne
  • Colonial Heritage
  • Creekside Landing
  • Fieldcrest
  • First Colony
  • Ford’s Colony
  • Governor’s Land
  • Greensprings West
  • Holly Hills
  • Kingsmill
  • Lake Powell Pointe
  • Lake Toano Estates
  • Landfall at Jamestown
  • Monticello Woods
  • New Town
  • Port Anne
  • Powhatan Secondary
  • Queens Lake
  • River’s Bend at Uncle’s Neck
  • St. George’s Hundred
  • Settlers’ Mill
  • Stonehouse Glen
  • The Villages of Westminster
  • The Vineyards
  • Wellington
  • Windsor Forest

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