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Prince William County to begin work on developing Strategic Plan for 2025-28

“Our goal is to create a relevant plan that is inclusive and actionable with measurable outcomes and key performance indicators. We also want to focus on ownership as far as completion of tasks and projects associated with the plan,” said Kaye Wallace, the county’s Strategic Plan Coordinator.

Saturday, Feb. 17 trash & recycling cancelled due to snow

ue to the anticipated winter weather on the evening of Friday, Feb. 16 and its potential impact on road conditions, trash and recycling collection services at the two Saturday Collection Sites (Nokesville and Evergreen/Haymarket) have been cancelled for Feb.17, according to Prince William County Government.

Feb. 15 open house at Yorkshire Elementary School on transportation issues

PWC road officials (PWC DOT) want to hear about transportation experiences and opinions from residents who live, work and play in Yorkshire at a town meeting tomorrow, Feb. 15, at Yorkshire Elementary School. If you want to comment,. find out how to access an online survey at the open house.

Capital Improvement proposals for PWC’s 2024-25 budget to be presented tonight, Feb. 13

Prince William County’s annual budget process kicks off with the presentation of the proposed Fiscal Year (FY) 2025-2030 Capital Improvement Program to the Board of County Supervisors during its meeting on Tuesday, Feb. 13. The County Executive will then present the proposed FY2025 Budget to the Board of County Supervisors on Feb. 20. Both presentations will occur during the Board’s 7:30 p.m. meetings.

Avoid falling into problem gambling—take steps to help yourself

Sports betting can be an enjoyable pastime for most people, but for 2-3 percent of the adult population, it can lead to more gambling. The Prince William County Community Services, or CS, stands ready to help. Check out Sports Betting: If You Bet, Know Your Limits” on Thursday, Feb. 8, at 7 p.m. to learn more about problem gambling,

Rezoning, proffer change, church sign + 2 work sessions on Feb. 14 PWC Planning Commission agenda

Prince William Planning Commission Valentine's Day public hearings on land use matters will be book-ended by a pre-hearing work session on Zoning Text Amendments and ZTA DAP2023-00006, Industrial Parking and a post-hearing work session on (1) Virginia's Freedom of Information Act and (2) Proffer legislation.

Interactive chapters of Prince William County’s adopted 2040 Comprehensive Plan now available

Prince William County Planning Office reports it has released interactive chapters of the adopted 2040 Comprehensive Plan via a new website "in a format that streamlines the user experience and offers more user-friendly options allows for viewing on all platforms and is ADA compliant."

Va. Senate Democrats take credit for defeating four bills to restrict voting

According to a news release, Virginia Senate Democrats defeated Bills 32, 42, 81 and 92 that would have added restrictions to voting including restricted access to early voting, reverse same day voter registration, required photo ID to register and required usw of social; security numbers to verify voter ID.

Stafford County lifts “boil water” alert on Jan. 13

As of yesterday, Saturday,January 13, 2024, at 11 a.m., the Boil Water Alert in the northeastern part of Stafford County was lifted, after test results from samples taken after water service was restored on January 10, 2024, conclusively showed that the water system has no evidence of contamination.

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