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Storm Water Management Program
Storm Water Runoff
Help Prevent Runoff
Prince William County Watersheds
Erosion & Sediment Control
Requirements for Erosion & Sediment Control
Land & Site Development
Building in Environmentally Sensitive Areas
Floodplains and Flood Control
Participation in Clean Water Programs
Stream Restoration Projects
Drainage Maintenance and Improvement
Illicit Discharge and Illegal Dumping in Storm Drains
Sign Shop Program
Departments & Agencies
Protecting Local Wetlands
Prince William County is dedicated to protecting and preserving its wetlands. Wetlands are important to our local waterways and community because they filter run-off, prevent erosion, improve water quality and provide habitat for wildlife.
Julie J. Metz Wetlands Bank
The County is the proud caretaker of the Julie J. Metz Wetlands Bank. We encourage everyone to visit this unique habitat. Enjoy the sights and sounds of an emerging wetland. Take a closer look at the unique wetland plans. Meet unusual insects face to face. Watch a snowy egret take flight!
Students, scout troops, ecology clubs and families are invited to come and explore the interpretive trails. Fliers and trail markers help guide you through this fascinating and diverse environment.
The wetlands are located on Neabsco Road in Woodbridge. Just take Route 1 to Neabsco Road. Follow Neabsco Road just past Leesylvania Elementary School. Turn left into the wetlands bank.
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