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Board Of County Supervisors
Bond Referendum

The Prince William Board of County Supervisors recently received staff input on potential mobility and park bond referenda. If authorized by the board, the bond referenda will be placed on the November 2019 election ballot and citizens will be able to vote on whether to authorize the board debt finance the mobility and parks projects through general obligation bonds. (Board Considers Potential 2019 Bond Referendum - May 9, 2019)

Public Input

The board will host a public town hall meeting on Tuesday, May 21, from 6:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the Hylton Performing Arts Center to inform the public of the potential projects and receive public input.

Residents can also find more information about potential projects and provide feedback at pwcgov.org/speakup.

Park Bond

Presentation to the Board of County Supervisors - May 7, 2019

Needs assessment - Spring 2019

The park bond projects currently under consideration would require up to $200 million of contracted debt to fund the costs for acquisition, design, construction, equipment and improvements for the following parks facilities: 

  • Tourism and Indoor Sports Complex in Eastern Prince William County
  • Indoor Athletics Field House in Western Prince William County
  • Howison Park Improvements
  • Long Park Improvements
  • Neabsco Park Development
  • Fuller Heights Expansion
  • Aquatic and Fitness Center in Eastern Prince William County
  • Countywide Trails, Open-Space and Park Improvements

Mobility Bond

Presentation to the Board of County Supervisors - May 7, 2019

The road bond projects under consideration would require up to $400 million of contracted debt to issue general obligation capital improvement bonds to fund the costs for acquisition, design, construction and improvements for the following projects: 

  • Devlin Road Widening
  • University Boulevard Extension
  • Route 28 Bypass/Widening
  • Sudley Road Intersection Improvements (such as roundabouts at the Catharpin Road/Sudley Road Intersection and the Pageland Road/Sanders Lane/Sudley Road Intersection; includes Pageland Road Realignment)
  • Route 55 Widening
  • Minnieville Road/Prince William Parkway Interchange
  • Old Bridge Road/Gordon Boulevard Intersection
  • Old Bridge Road/Prince William Parkway Intersection
  • Summit School Road Extension
  • Van Buren Road Extension
  • North Woodbridge Mobility Improvements (such as the Route 1/Route 123 Interchange, Horner Road/Marina Way Extension and Annapolis Way Connection)
  • Countywide Safety/Operational and Bicycle/Pedestrian Projects

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