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Prince William County’s Landfill Wins Climate and Energy Leadership Award
The County Landfill was recognized for its efforts to “reduce greenhouse emissions and increase energy efficiency.” Read More
Want Public Records? Just Ask.
There is a common misconception that obtaining public records requires a formal process. However, the reality is that all you have to do to obtain public records in Virginia is ask.  Read More
Little Leaguers Break in New Baseball Field at Fuller Heights Park
Some little leaguers recently got the chance to break in one of the baseball fields at the new $4.6-million baseball complex on Fuller Heights Road. Read More
New System Provides 24/7 Access to Development Projects
Prince William County Development Agencies are implementing a new Development Management System called “EnerGov,” which will change the way customers do business with the County. Read More

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