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Grant Will Help County Develop Code for Mixed-Use Development

The Prince William County Planning Office recently received a $50,000 grant from the National Capital Region Transportation Planning Board, or TPB, to help develop county code to encourage mixed-use development. The TPB is the “federally designated planning organization for metropolitan Washington” that works with “local, state, regional and federal partners” to coordinate future land use plans, according to the TPB …

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Public Invited to Attend Comprehensive Plan Workshop on October 13

Provided by Prince William County The Prince William County Planning Office invites the public to attend a Comprehensive Plan Update Workshop on Thursday, October 13, from 6:00 p. m. to 8:00 p. m. The workshop will be held in Room 202 A&B in the Development Services Building, at 5 County Complex Court in Woodbridge, where people will learn about upcoming …

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Project Looks at Sustainable Future for Dale City Area

Provided by Prince William County The American Institute of Architects is coming to Prince William County to take a look at Dale City and assess what the future holds for the community at the major intersections of Dale Boulevard. In February 2014, Neabsco District Supervisor John Jenkins requested staff to pursue design guidelines for the Dale City area. As a …

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Upcoming Rural Preservation Study Workshop

Contributed by Over the Fence Post The Planning Office is sponsoring a Rural Preservation Study workshop on Saturday December 7, at Beacon Hall on the Prince William Campus of George Mason University which is located at 10900 University Boulevard in Manassas. The workshop is part of Prince William County’s continuing commitment to public outreach and citizen engagement, and is open …

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