Environment & Energy

After months of work with community members and organizations dedicated to fighting climate change,  Supervisor Boddye successfully introduced Prince William County’s first legislation to comprehensively address this issue, with passage of the Regional Climate Mitigation & Resiliency Resolution. Goals include making the county fossil fuel-free by 2035. It creates a framework for Prince William to create its own path to protecting the public, environmental and economic health of our community for generations to come–by making better choices today.

Supervisor Boddye’s recognizes that our land-use policies and environmental outcomes are inextricably linked. He is committed to a renewed focus on mixed use development and walkable communities, as well a move to redevelop existing shopping centers rather than razing land to create new ones. This will work in concert with policies to preserve the green spaces, natural resources and historic treasures of the county, as we also expand the number of publicly-accessible trails and green ways.

Glass Recycling, A Little Closer To Home

In 2019, curbside recycling of glass became a thing of the past in most of Northern Virginia, instead asking residents to bring rinsed bottles, jugs and jars to purple bins […]

Boddye’s Climate Change Resolution Marks A First for County

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 […]

Boddye Calls for Adoption of COG Climate Recommendations, Goals

Posted by Mothers Out Front Prince William County, VA on Wednesday, 21 October 2020 During Tuesday’s Board meeting, Supervisor Boddye introduced a resolution that would integrate the Regional Climate Mitigation […]

Friday Deadline! Submit Comments on Fracking Project in Prince William

The State Corporation Commission (SCC) extended the public comment period for the Header Improvement Project through Friday, May 22, 2020. This 24 mile network of fracking pipelines will cross through [...]