Advanced Search
Local Government Manassas Calendar of Events

Manassas councilman creates app combining access to city government and things to do

Councilman Ian Lovejoy has releasedf the “Your Manassas” community resource app which he says will better coordinate citizen access to information about upcoming events, city dining and shopping options as well as improving access to City Hall.

Manassas City Hall to become Mayor Marvin Gillum City Hall July 27

On Sunday, July 27 at 6 p.m. at the Harris Pavilion, the public is invited to attend a formal unveiling of a new City Hall sign and plaque dedicated to former Mayor Marvin Gillum.

Manassas City hires economic development director

Patrick J. Small has been hired as Economic Development Director for the City of Manassas, according to an announcement from City Manager William Patrick Pate. Small's first day on the job will be Aug. 11, 2014. He was Director of Economic Development for the City of Portsmouth, VA.

City of Manassas residents to receive new trash carts starting June 16

In an effort to beautify City of Manassas neighborhoods with uniform containers for waste and recycling, City of Manassas residents will receive brand new trash carts for their household trash needs.

City of Manassas wins Virginia Downtown Development Award

Manassas city's Main Street Streetscapes project in 2013 has won a state award. It widened narrow sidewalks to allow for outdoor dining and improved pedestrian access, added brick crosswalks intersections and planted 19 trees to enhance the beauty of the street.

Some City of Manassas public records are now online

City of Manassas government has created an online public records database at Recor.ds will continue to be added to the database as they are digitized and indexed. City Council meeting minutes back to 1963 are currently being digitized and will be added within the coming months.

Manassas sets May & June public meetings on stormwater fees

With new federal and state regulatory requirements, the cost of managing stormwater for the City of Manassas has dramatically increased. Public information meetings about the new stormwater requirements and the proposed fee will be held in May and June.

Important role of garbage persons to be recognized and appreciated on June 17

On National Garbage Man Day, Prince William County’s solid waste division plans to recognize the men and women in the solid waste management industry–particularly, trash collectors–for the life-saving service they provide on a daily basis and urges residents to do so too.

PWC Housing Office wants community comments May 15 on five-year plan

Prince William County Office of Housing and Community Development wants to know how people think federal money should be spent over the next five years. To find the answers, the office will hold two meetings on May 15.

Follow Us on Twitter!/bullrunnow
Welcome Guest! | Login