CRHS, County Registered Historic Site: This is a Long-Range Land Use classification that identifies important cultural resources, including architectural, archaeological, and historical resources and is intended to protect said cultural resources.
DDCSM: Design and Construction Standards Manual
MM-1, Heavy Industrial: This zoning district is intended to provide areas for and to encourage development of heavy and intensive industrial processing, manufacturing and storage.
M-2, Light Industrial: This zoning district is intended to provide areas for research and development centers, light industrial manufacturing, warehousing, wholesaling and related office and institutional uses.
M-T, Industrial/Transportation: This zoning district is intended to provide for areas and encourage development of heavy industrial uses, particularly those that generate considerable truck and/or heavy equipment traffic, or which require access to more than one mode of transportation.
Magisterial Districts: Prince William County is divided into seven local election districts:
Go to the County Mapper XM to view a map of the districts (At the mapper page click on Layers, then select Service Areas and check Magisterial Districts).
MCB-Q: The United States Marine Corps Base at Quantico.
MTN: This Long-Range Land Use classification provides for higher density, mixed use development near existing and future commuter rail, Metrorail stations and other mass transit centers.
MWCOG/COG: Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments.
MZP, Master Zoning Plan:
NC, Neighborhood Commercial: This Long-Range Land Use classification provides commercial areas to serve surrounding residential neighborhoods. Primary uses are those permitted in the B-2 zoning district. Maximum project size in the NC zoning district should be 15 acres.
RMA, Resource Management Area: Land area that protects and buffers the sensitive features of the RPA (Resource Protection Area). The RMA is located landward and contiguous to the RPA. Land areas designated RMA include those areas, such as floodplains, highly erodible soils, steep slopes, highly permeable soils, and nontidal wetlands.
TeOD, Technology Overlay District:
VMRC: Virginia Marine Resource Commission. VMU, Village Mixed-Use: VRE: Virginia Railway Express