$25M Secured for Old Bridge Widening Project, Colby to Minnieville

Another critical Old Bridge Road congestion reduction project has received funding: The PWC Department of Transportation secured $25M in NVTA funding to address the chokepoint between Colby Drive and Minnieville Road; a project I’d flagged as a priority when reviewing grant opportunities for the Occoquan District. This road widening will add: Capacity — bringing this […]

County Hits Pause on Old Bridge Road/123 Intersection Flyover Ramp

Anybody who has woven through four lanes of traffic to turn left from Route 123 onto Old Bridge Road, or waited indefinitely to make a right turn there, knows that traffic safety and flow improvements are sorely needed at this intersection. Achieving these will be a massive undertaking. We will just get one shot at […]

Lowering PFAS Levels Will Require a Regional Approach: Boddye Sponsors NVRC Resolution

In June 2022, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) released new lifetime health advisories for four PFAS, and in September 2022, issued a proposed rule change that would lower the allowable level of two of these chemicals in drinking water from 70 parts per trillion (ppt) to just 4 ppt. Localities across the country are now […]

Share Your Sustainability Priorities: Participate in Survey & Virtual Town Hall

In November of 2020, I won the support of my colleagues on the Board of County Supervisors in establishing Prince William’s first-ever climate mitigation and resiliency goals. Based on regional goals set by the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments (COG), this resolution created the framework for the Office of Sustainability and the Sustainability Commission, which […]

Former Gander Mountain site in Woodbridge Virginia serving as community vaccination center
Crisis Receiving Center Receives Permanent Home with Gander Mountain Purchase

Even before taking his seat on the Prince William County Board of Supervisors, Kenny Boddye (D-Occoquan) was open about his personal connection to removing stigmas surrounding mental health and increasing access to care. He lost his mother in 2016, after a decades-long battle with substance abuse as she self-medicated for mental illness that wasn’t diagnosed […]

OWL Volunteer Fire Department Marks 85 Years of Service

Congratulations to the Occoquan-Woodbridge-Lorton Volunteer Fire Department (OWL) on its 85th Anniversary. It was an honor to participate in the celebration and installation of officers this past weekend, and to have a chance to personally thank the firefighters and their support team for all that they do to make our community safer. At its inception, […]

Park Landing Will Offer Seniors Amenity-packed Affordability

Prince William County officials joined KCG Companies at the groundbreaking for Park Landing, a rental community near employment and transit centers. It will provide an affordable housing option for area seniors who earn no more than 60% of the Area Median Income (AMI), currently $68,340 for a two-person household in Prince William County. Located at […]