Welcome to the New Town Residential Association community web site. We are a walkable, landmark residential community located in James City County, Williamsburg, Virginia where commercial and residential buildings are integrated with public and cultural spaces. Life happens here!
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To navigate around the site, use the navigation links along the top.
If you are looking for the list of shops, restaurants, businesses, events, and services in New Town, click here. Welcome home!
Upcoming Events
Noon Talks in New Town - "Literacy for Life"
Wednesday, September 11th, 12:00PM at Center Street Grill, New Town
Listen to Joan Peterson, Executive Director, discuss the important work that Literacy for Life is doing in our community.  RSVP by September 6th - see details here
Oktoberfest 2019
Sunday, September 29th, 4:00 to 7:30PM at Paul's Deli
Enjoy some authentic German food and music with your neighbors!
From the Chair
Message from the RAB Chair, August 2019
Posted on Aug 1st, 2019
Read the August message from the Chair of the RAB
Message from the Chair
Posted on Jun 30th, 2019
Read the July message from the Chair of the RAB
Message from the Chair, June 2019
Posted on May 31st, 2019
Read the June message from the Chair of the RAB
Message from the Chair, RAB - May 2019
Posted on May 1st, 2019
Read the message for May from the Chair of the RAB
Letter from the Chair, April 2019
Posted on Mar 30th, 2019

Read the message for April from the Chair of the RAB

It's Finally Here - Our New NTRA Website!
Posted on Mar 15th, 2019
Welcome to our new NTRA website. After almost a year, the platform "HOA-Sites" recommended by a resident search team is up and running. You should notice a lot more functionality and ease of navigating this site to find important information.  
We need ALL residents of New Town to LOG IN and create a profile.  None of your personal information from the old NTRA site has been saved. When you sign up, be sure to identify your neighborhood (property dropdown box). This will allow Town Management and others to target messages of importance just to your community.  
Special thanks to Communications Committee Vice Chair, Anthony Dunleavy, without whose perseverance and remarkable skills this transition would never have been possible!
You can help us by getting the word out to your neighbors, and by suggesting items you'd like to see on the site.  Provide us your comments and ideas.
If you are a photographer, we could use more horizontal slice photos (1088 X 414 pixels) to post in our banners. And if you have any web skills, please consider joining the volunteer team maintaining the new site. Your Association needs you - just contact Lucy Painter, Chair of the Communications Committee at hokiegirl70@gmail.com.