Prince William County Animal Control
Animal Advisory Committee (AAC)  
            
Mission Statement
 
To advise the Prince William Board of County Supervisors on improvements to policies, increase community outreach, seek outside grant funding for animal welfare initiatives, provide support as requested to Animal Control/Care Services, and to make recommendations to the Prince William Board of County Supervisors on programs, classes and special events that will further assist Prince William County in providing the best possible animal-welfare services to the community.
 
Officers 
 

Chair:  Kim Downen, BOCS Chairman's Representative,  kikidownen@yahoo.com

Vice Chair:  Jen Jones, Occoquan District Representative,  k9luv810@yahoo.com

Sergeant at Arms: Jennifer Tomb, Neabsco District Representative - tomb.jennifer@gmail.com

Secretary: Carol Litchfield, Coles District Representative

Members
 
  • BOCS Chairman's Representative - Kim Downen, kikidownen@yahoo.com
  • Brentsville District Representative - David Keller, dkeller@caci.com
  • Coles District Representative - Carol Litchfield 
  • Dumfries District Representative - Lori E. Leary, lori@lucascares.org
  • Gainesville District Representative - Marti Sanregret, martisan99@gmail.com
  • Neabsco District Representative - Jennifer Tomb, tomb.jennifer@gmail.com
  • Occoquan District Representative - Jen Jones, k9luv810@yahoo.com
  • Woodbridge District Representative - Kristina Emminger, klemming78@hotmail.com
  • Veterinarian/Veterinary Technician - Allison Mayo, mayoka@aol.com or 703-670-6181
  • Pet Retail/Boarding/Grooming -vacant
  • Prince William SPCA-Melissa Korzuch, melissa@pwspca.org
  • PWC Police Department - Captain Fred Miller, 703-792-6463
 
Meeting Information
  
Most meetings are held the fourth Tuesday of the month. Please feel free to contact an AAC member to verify the exact time/date. Meetings are currently being held at the James J. McCoart Administration Building, 1 County Complex Court, Prince William, VA 22192.  AAC meetings begin at 6:45 p.m. Fifteen minutes of citizens' time is allotted, beginning at 6:30 p.m. If no one is present to speak, the formal meeting will begin early. Subcommittees meet at 8:30 p.m. for approximately 30 minutes.