Landfall at Jamestown is one of the Williamsburg area's finest waterfront communities. Founded in 1998, Landfall was a Parade of Homes showcase where some of the areas most respected builders have created beautiful custom homes.  Landfall is currently home to 90 families with existing home prices ranging between an estimated $500,000 to $2,000,000.  Just a short walk to Jamestown Settlement, the Colonial Parkway and a local marina, the community offers plenty of open space, beautiful water views and a wonderful set of amenities. Currently, a select few building lots are still available. 

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Latest News

New Board Member

The Annual Meeting for Landfall at Jamestown Community Association, Inc. homeowners. will
be held at 6:30p.m. (registration begins at 6:15p.m.), on Tuesday, October 26, 2021, at the
Jamestown High School cafeteria, located at 3751 John Tyler Hwy, Williamsburg, VA 23185.
The purpose of this meeting is to elect two (2) new members to the Board of Directors, and to
conduct other business that may come before the Board. All attendees will be required to always wear a mask per the High Schools requirements when inside the school.

The board would like to welcome Helen McCormack to the board. Helen will be replacing Misty Spong who was a long time board member and former President. We would like to thank Misty for all her hard work and welcome Helen!

BOD Meetings

Based on changing of CDC guidance in-person BOD meetings resumed in June.   As a reminder, meetings are held the 4th Tuesday of every month at at 6:30. Meetings will be held at the Williamsburg Regional Library, 515 Scotland St. If you're interested in attending the meeting, and/or addressing the Board please contact Matt Hallman at UPA 757-345-3558 or

Please Don't Feed the Animals

We all love the Landfall wildlife, but as a reminder, the Virginia Department of Wildlife Resources encourages residents NOT to feed wildlife.

Frank Gibson Memorial

Many thanks to Stewart Yowell and everyone who assisted in making this memorial possible. In addition to the Red Maple two Adirondack chairs were placed under the tree so everyone can enjoy “Frank’s Place” overlooking the pond. 

As most of you know Frank was very active in Landfall both as an active board member and endless volunteer hours. He was always willing to help out friends and neighbors. He is certainly missed by the entire Landfall family. 


James City County has set-up a Virus focused page providing regular updates at

Many of the Landfall properties enjoy an environment 
of peaceful tranquility with forest views overlooking 
the scenic vistas of the Powhatan Creek.
 The majority of homes in Landfall have been custom
built with unique floor plans.  This
wonderful mixture of stunning homes provide
the perfect complement to the beauty
of their surroundings.
Apart from this website and separate from official Board communication, there is also a Landfall at Jamestown Facebook page interfacing residents within the community. If you are a Landfall resident and you wish to join in the conversation with other residents, click on the Facebook icon to the left and request to become a "friend" of Landfall at Jamestown.