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Prince William Board of County Supervisors to meet March 31

At the Supervisors' meeting March 31, the public is expected to observe social distancing and other safe practices relating to the COVID-19 crisis.

PWC parks closed except for trails; no parking available

Prince William County has restricted the use of county parks to trails only. All park parking lots and non-trail amenities were closed to the public today, March 25.

PRTC cancels April 2 meeting

The Board of Commissioners for the Potomac and Rappahannock Transportation Commission (PRTC) will not meet on Thursday, April 2, 2020 as originally scheduled. All agenda items are carried forward to the May 7 meeting.

Manassas city revises development reviews & permits; virtual inspections offered

As of March 26, 2020: Virtual inspections will be the only building-related inspections available until further notice. Find out more

Police find deceased person after fire at Woodbridge home; medical examiner called in

On March 24 at 4:51AM, personnel from the Prince William Department of Fire & Rescue responded to investiage a fire at a residence in the 12800 block of Silvia Lp in Woodbridge (22192).

PWC Commonwealth’s Attorney okays release of some non-violent offenders due to COVID-19

The Office of Prince William Commonwealth's Attorney Amy Ashworth is responding to challenges posed by the COVID-19 virus, according to a news release.

PWC places restrictions on trash and recycling; Landfill & Balls Ford open

Limit trips to bringing household waste only. Residents are asked to refrain from bringing brush, yard debris, construction debris and bulky items at this time. All commercial loads plus residential larger than 4 x 8 feet must use Landfill. Donation bins are no longer available.

PWC asks VP Pence to declare National Capital Region a priority testing site for COVID-19

Prince William Board of County Supervisors says it has sent a letter to Vice President Michael Pence, who chairs the Federal COVID-19 Task Force, asking the Vice President to designate the National Capital Region as a priority testing site.

City of Manassas buildings closed to the public

Out of an abundance of caution and concern for Manassas City residents and staff and given the rapidly evolving situation with novel coronavirus (COVID-19), City Manager W. Patrick Pate has decided to close all City of Manassas buildings to the public effective immediately March 19 until further notice.

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