The Prince William County Historical Commission is composed of 16 citizens appointed by the Board of County Supervisors. The Historical Commission advises the Board in its efforts to identify, preserve, protect and promote Prince William County's historical sites, artifacts, buildings and events.
Members review land development applications and make recommendations regarding their impact on cultural resources; produce publications related to local history; provide input on the installation of historical highway markers; propose properties to be classified as County Registered Historic Sites; conduct tours; and award community service certificates.
Click here for a list of Historical Commission Publications Available for Purchase
Click here to view a pdf version of some Historical Commission Publications
Click here to view a presentation about the upcoming project at Coles Fire Station
The Historical Commission usually meets on the second Tuesday of each month. Meetings begin at 7:30 p.m. and are held in a variety of locations including the Development Services Building at 5 County Complex Court, Prince William, VA; the Old Manassas Courthouse at the corner of Lee and Grant Avenues in Manassas, VA and other locations as indicated below.
The meetings are open to the public.
The Tuesday, June 9, 2015 meeting of the Historical Commission will be held in conference rooms 202 A & B of the Development Services Building. The meeting begins at 7:30 p.m.
The Cemeteries and Publications Committees of the Historical Commission will meet at 7:00 p.m. on the same date at the same location.
The Agenda is usually posted five days before the meeting.
Click here to view approved briefs and resolutions from previous meetings.
Click here for member contact information.
To confirm meeting schedule or for further information contact Toni Brzyski at 703-792-6832 or email to email@example.com