The Prince William County Strategic Plan is a four-year, community-based document adopted by the Board of County Supervisors (BOCS). The Strategic Plan reflects the community's vision and desired outcomes. It is an important aspect of Prince William County government's management approach and provides key policy guidance for service delivery and resource allocation decisions.
The County's first Strategic Plan was adopted in October 1992 and guided the County from 1992-1995. That first plan, and each subsequent plan, covered a four-year period tied to the Board of County Supervisors' term of office.
The BOCS adopted the 2017–2020 Strategic Plan on Tuesday, January 24, 2017. The adopted strategic goal areas include Robust Economy, Mobility, Wellbeing, Safe & Secure Community, and Quality Education & Workforce Development. The plan also includes a strategic priority of Connectivity. The current Strategic Plan is based upon the goals of the Prince William 2030 Future Report and the Comprehensive Plan, both of which provide perspectives on where the community should be in year 2030. The Comprehensive Plan goals relate to the physical makeup of the community and the infrastructure necessary to support that, while the Future Report addresses social and civic as well as physical goals.
Do you have questions or comments about the Strategic Plan?
• E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
• Call the Strategic Plan Coordinator at 703.792.7058
Details regarding the 2017–2020 Strategic Plan as well as Updates are available online.
Previous strategic plans are still available online when you visit Archives.
Strategic Plan Implementation
The BOCS is conducting a series of work sessions to discuss the implementation of the 2017-2020 Strategic Plan. These work sessions are open to the public. The meeting location and information discussed during the meetings are available below.