2700 Neabsco Common Place, Suite 125, Woodbridge VA 22191

Month: September 2020

2020 United States Census

2020 Census Has Been Extended To October 5

Written By: Prince William County The deadline to participate in the 2020 census has been extended to October 5. Visit my2020census.gov to make your voice heard!

Prince William County Police Department National Night Out

National Night Out is Tuesday, October 6

Written By: Prince William County Police Department Prince William County, VA… The Prince William County Police Department will observe the 37th National Night Out celebration on October 6 this year, to coincide with October’s Crime Prevention Month, although COVID-19 restrictions will be in place for the safety of the community and police officers. Police encourage…
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VDOT Traffic Alert

VDOT Traffic Alert – Route 1 Weekday Paving In Woodbridge

Written By: VDOT ROUTE 1 WEEKDAY PAVING IN WOODBRIDGE SEPT. 28 – OCT. 23 Annapolis Way to just north of Marumsco Creek bridge WOODBRIDGE – Paving for the Route 1 widening project between the Marumsco Creek bridge and Annapolis Way will take place (weather permitting) weekdays from Monday, Sept. 28 through Friday, Oct. 23 between 8:30…
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2020 Prince William County Outreach for 2020 Census

2020 Census, Make Prince William County Count!

For more information about the following, click the links below PWC Census Details: Click Here Get Involved Why You Metter Response Rates Helpful Links Contact PWC Demographics

2020 Early In Person Voting

Early In-Person Voting Starts – Friday, September 18!

Written By: Prince William County Visit the Voting Information Center for election resources and official updates. More Information: Click Here

2020 Never Forget 9-11

Never Forget 9/11

Written By: Prince William County On this day 19 years ago, our country changed forever. Nearly 3,000 people lost their lives when terrorists attacked our nation. Across Prince William County, we lost 22 residents, more than any other region in the Washington, DC, metropolitan area. This memorial, like those at the Pentagon and in New…
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Americans in Wartime Museum

American In Wartime Museum

Written By: American In Wartime Museum Last week Prince William County Supervisors Victor Angry, Yesli Vega, Jeanine Lawson, Andrea Bailey and Executive Christopher Martino attended The American in Wartime Museum. A huge thank you goes out to Major General James Livingston, USMC (retired), Major General John Ewers, USMC retired, and Sergeant Major Victor Angry for…
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Neabsco Baptist Church And Food Distribution

Neabsco Baptist Church Coordinated Community Food Distribution

On Tuesday, September 1, the Neabsco Baptist Church with other partners distributed over 100 boxes of perishables, 50 boxes of non-perishable food items, and over 500 pounds of various frozen meats to the community. I was honored to play a small part in assisting with the distribution. A huge thank you to Neabsco Baptist Church…
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