Nearly 600 Prince William residents serve on our Boards, Committees & Commissions (BCC), providing citizen input into programs and policies that shape the way we live, work, play and do business in our county. Appointed by the Board of County Supervisors, these community members provide guidance into areas such as libraries, drinking water, human rights, zoning regulations, land use planning and animal welfare.
For District-level appointments, Occoquan District Supervisor Kenny Boddye seeks residents with a demonstrated knowledge of the BCC to which they are applying and history of community involvement. Appointees must commit to attending at least 75% of scheduled meetings as well as fulfilling any additional obligations of a BCC, such as conducting site visits and reviewing staff reports for the Planning Commission. All residents are welcome to attend BCC meetings to learn more about the topics covered by each group and to provide input.
See a full list of Prince William County Boards, Committees & Commissions, along with meeting times, minutes and member rosters.