Prince William County Government is an organization where elected leaders, staff and citizens work together to make our community the best. One of the ways citizens can help is by serving on a board, committee or commission (BCCs). Nearly 600 County residents volunteer on a variety of BCCs. These residents are appointed by the Board of County Supervisors, and advise the Board on everything from aging issues to libraries and zoning regulations. If you aren’t able to volunteer to serve on a committee, you are welcome to come to the meetings to give your input on the variety of issues that these groups address.

Visit the County website for detailed information regarding all the BCCs, as well as current appointments and vacancies. If you reside in Supervisor Frank Principi’s district and are interested in serving on a BCC, please download and complete the application and send it to bjohonson1@pwcgov.org.

If you would like to attend a meeting of a board, committee or commission, please contact the liaison to confirm meeting times and locations. Contact information is available using the links below.

ARCHITECTURAL REVIEW BOARD: The Architectural Review Board (ARB) is an advisory board to the Board of County Supervisors and other county officials on the protection of local historical and cultural resources.

BOARD OF SOCIAL SERVICES: The Prince William County Board of Social Services is an Advisory Board appointed by the Board of County Supervisors.

COMMUNITY SERVICES BOARD: The Prince William County Community Services Board (CSB) is a 10-member policy-making Board that serves residents of Prince William County, the City of Manassas and the City of Manassas Park who are in need of mental health, intellectual disability, substance abuse, and early intervention, as well as emergency services.

COMMISSION ON AGING: The Commission on Aging (COA) is the citizens’ advisory group to the Area Agency on Aging, the Prince William Board of County Supervisors, and the City Councils of Manassas and Manassas Park. The COA advocates for issues related to aging and caregiving.

HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION:  The Prince William County Human Rights Commission investigates human and civil rights complaints from people who feel they have been discriminated against

LIBRARY BOARD OF TRUSTEES: View their current and past agendas, listen to previous meetings and get member contact information.

PLANNING COMMISSION: The Prince William County Planning Commission is an eight citizen panel appointed by the Board of County Supervisors to advise the Board on land use and development issues in the County.

To see a full listing of boards, committees and commissions (BCCs), view the BCC reports.