Bond Investor Information
The Finance Department, per statutory requirement, produces an Official Statement in support of Prince William County’s bond issuances. These documents contain complete details of the bond issues, as well as comprehensive information about the County, its citizens and its governance. View the Bond Investor Information and Official Statement.
Comprehensive Annual Financial Reports (CAFR)
The Accounting Division annually produces a financial report in accordance with Section 15.2-2511 of the Code of Virginia. The Government Finance Officers Association has awarded the Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting to Prince William County each of the last 25 years. Prior years' CAFR available for download contain dated information for historical reference only.
The Prince William Report is a single quarterly compendium of local, regional and national economic/demographic topics of importance to Prince William County.
For earlier editions of the Prince William Report and the Demographic Fact Sheet, contact the County Demographer, call 703-792-5512 or email email@example.com.
The Finance Department, in accordance with its Principles of Sound Financial Management and Investment Policies, produces quarterly investment reports.
In accordance with the Principles of Sound Financial Management, the County maintains a written Investment Policy approved by the Board of County Supervisors. To view the current Investment Policy document, click the link: Investment Policy
Popular Annual Financial Reports (PAFR)
The Popular Annual Financial Report presents complex financial and statistical information in a format designed to be more easily understood by those with a less-extensive financial background.
Prince William County Self-Insurance Group Financial Reports
Principles of Sound Financial Management
The Real Estate Assessments Office annually produces a report on the real estate property in Prince William County.
The Finance Department produces a five-year revenue report annually as part of the Finance Department's responsibility to the citizens of Prince William County to carefully plan for the funding of services. Section 2.09 of the Principles of Sound Financial Management requires quarterly updates to the Board of County Supervisors (BOCS) within 45 days of the end of each quarter on the County's General Fund budget and trends with revenue projections through the end of the year.
Director of Finance, Michelle L. Attreed, presented the FY15 2nd Quarter General Revenue Update and FY16 Proposed Revenue Forecast to the Board of County Supervisors on February 17, 2015. To view a copy of the presentation, click here.