Dozens of Volunteers Collect All Sorts of Items from Local Creeks

Prince William County recently held stream clean ups at Neabsco and Powell’s Creeks where a total of 52 volunteers collected 182 large garbage bags of mostly plastic and glass bottles and plastic shopping bags. The volunteers also pulled out dozens of car tires, bicycle wheels, five-gallon paint cans, assorted plastic toys, such as a hobby …

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County Offers Many Ways to Interact with the Budget

Prince William County has created a one-stop shop for all things budget on the county’s website at www.pwcgov.org/budget. From there, one can see the proposed Fiscal Year (FY) 2018 Budget in its entirety, as well as budget information – like the budget calendar and presentations. There are also several applications that residents can use to …

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What’s in Your Wallet?

What’s in your wallet? Hopefully a new library card! Prince William County Public Library cards have a new and unique look to celebrate the library system’s 65th anniversary. The cards were designed by three Prince William County high school students, whose designs won through a contest held by the library system. The design that received …

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10 Ways to Influence Prince William County Policy Decisions

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BOCS Contact Info & Meeting Schedule | PWC Facebook Woodbridge District Supervisor Frank Principi regularly hears from constituents who want to help shape the future of our community, but may not know how to start. He put together a list of ways for people to get involved and influence public policy decisions on issues such as transportation and …

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“Best in the World” Prince William County Crossing Guard Receives Award

Prince William County Police Department Crossing Guard Roger Talley has been working the intersection of Darbydale and Eastlawn Avenues for more than 15 years; and he is one of six crossing guards from across the state to be named Outstanding Crossing Guard for 2016-2017 by the Virginia Department of Transportation’s (VDOT) Safe Routes to School …

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