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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 […]

Skip the Landfill Trip: Dumpster Day April 1

Just in time for spring cleaning, Occoquan District Supervisor Kenny Boddye and the Prince William County Department of Public Works invite area residents to skip the landfill trip during Dumpster […]

Proposed FY24 Budget Features Lower R/E Tax Rate & Historic Education Investment

On Feb. 28, County Executive Chris Shorter presented his proposed FY2024 Budget, which he based on conversations with County agencies and elected officials; the 2021–2024 Strategic Plan and newly-adopted Comprehensive […]

Prince William County Wins Award for Neabsco Creek Bandalong

The installation of a Bandalong trash collection system in Neabsco Creek earned Prince William County a Project of the Year Award from the American Public Works Association Mid-Atlantic Chapter, in […]

PWC Supervisors Advocate for State Investments in Education, Mental Health & Job Training

Local Government Day 2023: Prince William Supervisors Visit Richmond to Discuss Legislative Priorities  Several of my Board of County Supervisors colleagues and I recently took to Richmond to participate in […]

1/17/23 BOCS Recap: Kline Deferred, C-PACE Reaches Next Stage & PW Parkway Sidewalk Funding Authorized

Our second Prince William Board of County Supervisors meeting of the year was much lengthier than the first, with a Public Hearing on the Kline Application ending a little after […]

VDOT Crews Ready for Wintry Mix Thursday Morning, Arctic Cold Friday

As we prepare for low temps, wind gusts and a possibly wintry mix, the Virginia Department of Transportation has the following safety reminders: Please continue to monitor forecasts closely as […]

Prince William Gives Labor a Seat at the Table

Three years ago, I stood in a room full of folks who sought an end to Virginia’s “right to work” law, which banned workers from unionizing and in other ways […]

Board Makes Progress on Collective Bargaining & Approves Quartz Rezoning

This week’s Board agenda had two big-ticket items: Collective Bargaining and the Quartz District application. Collective Bargaining: Employees to Get a Seat at the Table This was the final work […]