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Month: June 2020

Keep Prince William Beautiful Trash App

Keep Prince William Beautiful Using App To Track Litter

Written By: What’s Up Prince William Local litter has increased lately. A rise in the use of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and items for to-go meals as well as a decrease in trash and recycling pick-up have contributed to it. Keep Prince William Beautiful (KPWB), an environmental non-profit, is addressing the litter increase by partnering…
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Prince William County Libraries Contact Free And Limited Services

Prince William County Libraries Contact Free Pick Up And Limited Services By Appointment

Written By: Prince William County Libraries In addition to Contact-Free Pick Up (every branch but Central; Central starting Contact-Free Pick Up on July 13), we will begin opening our doors for Limited Services by appointment at Bull Run, Chinn Park, Haymarket Gainesville, Montclair, and Potomac beginning July 6!

Prince William County Dialogue On Race And Equality

Prince William County Dialogue On Race And Equality

To Join Event Click Here Join Chair Ann Wheeler, Neabsco Supervisor Victor Angry, Delegate Luke Torian (52nd District), Senator Jeremy McPike (29th District) and members of the Potomac Valley Church for the first of a series of listening sessions on race, equity and reforms across Prince William County and Virginia. Feel free to submit questions…
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Phase Two Prince William County

Phase Two Reopening Begins Today

Written By: Prince William County This second phase under the Forward Virginia plan further eases restrictions on restaurants, exercise facilities and swimming pools These businesses and facilities will be allowed to serve a limited number of customers indoors with continued public health precautions.  Send general questions to: business@virginia.gov Find additional business resources including signage toolkits here. Find a more detailed list of FAQs that are industry-specific here. Find mandatory requirements, best…
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Prince William County Board Of Supervisors Unity

Unity. Equality. Equity.

Written By: Prince William County Over the past few weeks, we have seen a call to action from our community. We must embrace this opportunity and continue these conversations on unity and equality going. The police department has historically had strong police-community relationships but there are always ways to strengthen those ties. Your police department…
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Prince William County Online And Agency Services

Prince William County Offers Services In Person and Online

Written By: Prince William County Prince William County Government is committed to serving the public in a safe and efficient manner. Officials have put measures in place to protect employees and the public when conducting business. Safety is the number one priority during these challenging times. Libraries will open for curbside service starting June 15.…
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Prince William County Small Business Grants Application Deadline Extended

Small Business Grants – Deadline Extended to June 9th

Written By: Visit Prince William Good news! We’re extending the deadline to apply for a Small Business Relief Micro-Grant to Tuesday, June 9, 2020, at 5 p.m. We’re also adding an option for you to fill out a paper application and either email it to us or drop it off in-person. Small Business Relief Micro-Grant Application…
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Dale City Farmers Market

Dale City Farmers Market Opens Sunday June 7th

Written By: What’s Up Prince William Browsing through produce and goods is an option for the public, once again. On Sunday, the Dale City Farmers Market is going to open between 8 a.m. and 1 p.m., according to the market’s website. For now, it will be set up at Prince William County Pfitzner Stadium Complex, 7 County…
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Supervisor Angry On Protests

Supervisor Shares Reminders To Those Participating In Protests

Written By: What’s Up Prince William Following the death of George Floyd, protests have been held across the county. Neabsco District Supervisor Victor Angry is asking those who are participating in or organizing protests to be aware of those who are seeking destruction, rather than peace and change.  “I want us to police each other…
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Community News

Neabsco Baptist Church In Cooperation With The National Coalition of Black Women

Neabsco Baptist Church in cooperation with the National Coalition of Black Women will provide fresh fruit and vegetables to church members today, Tuesday, June 2, 2020 from 5:00 to 8:00 PM. All members are encouraged to drive by the church to pick up a box of fresh fruit and vegetables. We will be giving the…
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