Provided by the Town of Occoquan
In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, Town Council and staff are working to continue their service to the community while taking appropriate precautions. Community members are encouraged to conduct public business with the Town online or via phone or drop box. Subscribe to OCQ Alerts (instructions below), check occoquanva.gov, and/or call 703-491-1918 for the latest information.
How to Contact Us
Email: [email protected]
Mail: P.O. Box 195, Occoquan, VA 22125
Lockbox: next to Town Hall front door
Temporary Change to Town Hall Business Hours
We encourage potential Town Hall visitors to consider the options listed above. To reduce the risk to staff and the public, we have implemented a temporary schedule with reduced business hours:
Monday-Thursday: 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Friday: Closed (staff telework day)
Prince William County Emergency Management: emergency.pwcgov.org
Prince William Health District Call Center: 703-872-7759
Northern Virginia Regional Commission: coronavirus-novaregion.org/
Virginia Department of Health: vdh.virginia.gov/coronavirus or 877-275-8343
A welfare or wellness check is when police stop by a person’s home to make sure they are OK. Requests are made by friends, family and neighbors, typically after someone unexpectedly loses contact with others. In response to COVID-19, we have implemented a wellness check system. If you are concerned about someone in Town and would like to have Town police check on them, please complete the form at occoquanva.gov.
The Prince William Office of Elections strongly encourages voting absentee in the Town’s May elections due to the COVID019 pandemic. Voters may choose “2A My disability or illness” as the reason for absentee voting. Applications for an absentee ballot can be printed at elections.virginia.gov (the Office of Elections is working on a fillable pdf of the application). Voters who choose to vote absentee should submit an application as soon as possible to receive their ballots in time to return them by mail before Election Day, May 5.
Town parks currently remain open for public use. The restrooms at River Mill Park are closed until further notice. As in all public spaces, please do not gather in groups outside of your own household and practice respectful social distancing at all times.
The Small Business Administration (SBA) has declared Virginia an Economic Disaster Zone, making businesses potentially eligible for assistance. Those who are interested are encouraged to visit sba.gov/disaster. While many businesses have been forced to close temporarily, Occoquan’s website contains a directory of Town businesses that are offering online or phone ordering of gift cards/certificates, as well as merchandise/food for mailing, delivery, or pickup: occoquanva.gov/business-online-phone-pickup-offerings/.
Sign Up for OCQ Alerts
Register for email and/or text message alerts about the latest Town news. Go to occoquanva.gov, scroll to the link for OCQ Alerts and complete the form. Please mark all “occoquanva.gov” addresses as safe senders.