Prince William County Department of Development Services shared with Solar Energy Industry members it is working to develop and apply best practices to streamline the permitting process for solar energy systems […]
Spotted Lanternfly: An Invasive Species Damaging to Crops Spotted lanternflies feed on tree sap. If enough Spotted Lanternflies feed on a tree, it can cause decline or death especially in […]
The Prince William County Landfill Eco-Park is abuzz! The Buzz and Flutter Meadow at the Landfill’s Eco-Park is in bloom and busy with bee activity! The beekeeper reports, “The hive […]
Want to make your home or business more energy-efficient, comfortable, and cost-effective? Protecting your building or home from external elements, such as wind, snow, or sunlight, known as “weatherizing”, reduces […]
On May 13, 2021, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) initiated the required 90-day appeal period for the proposed updates to the Flood Insurance Rate Maps (FIRM’s) for Prince William […]
Thinking About Going Solar? Solarize NOVA launches in partnership with LEAP and NVRC to make residential solar more accessible to homeowners across Northern Virginia.
Solarize NOVA launches in partnership with LEAP and NVRC to make residential solar more accessible to homeowners across Northern Virginia. www.solarizenova.org Northern Virginia (Monday, April 12) – The Solarize NOVA […]
In passing a resolution introduced by Occoquan District Supervisor Kenny Boddye, the Prince William Board of County Supervisors last night created a pathway for comprehensively addressing climate change. Among other […]