The Build-Out Analysis is an annual publication produced by the Planning Office that provides an update on growth in the County. Information is pulled from occupancy permits, rezonings, special use permits, and Comprehensive Plan amendments that have been issued or approved during the reporting year.
The report shows the number of residential units built and an approximation of units yet to be built, commonly referred to as the "pipeline". For purposes of the Build-Out Analysis, the County was divided into 6 areas: developed areas, build-out areas, residential inventory, non-residential inventory, revitalization areas, and the rural area.
The Build-Out Analysis provides a projection of maximum and future development based on the Long-Range Land Use Plan and helps determine quantity and location of future growth for Prince William County.
View the latest Build-Out Analysis publications:
Subscribe to PWC ENotifcations for the Build-Out Analysis by following the link and checking the box next to "Planning Announcements".