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Inclement Weather Update

Prince William County government is open with unscheduled leave policy in effect. This means all government facilities are open and employees may contact their supervisors to request unscheduled leave until weather permits safe travel to work.

Senior Centers are closed.

Make sure to check out our helpful links to help guide your decisions during inclement weather events.
Helpful Links:
  1. Get current road condition information at: www.511virginia.org
  2. Find out how to see the status of plowing in Northern Virginia neighborhoods or report unplowed roads to VDOT: VDOT Snow Removal Fact Sheet
  3. Obtain up-to-date winter weather preparedness information at www.readyvirginia.gov
  4. And stay connected to Prince William County’s Facebook and Twitter feeds​
Be Rewarded for Reading a Book During Prince William Reads Contest
Reading can be rewarding in more ways than one through the Prince William Public Library’s “Prince William Reads” contest. The contest, which runs now through March 31, is open to people 18 and older. Read More
The Dangers of Frozen Bodies of Water in This Area
​People should resist any temptation they might feel to venture out onto frozen bodies of water in Prince William County; it never gets cold enough for long enough in this area for ice to get strong enough to support any kind of weight. Read More
Pet First Aid Classes to be Held this Spring
The Prince William Parks and Recreation Department will offer two “Cat and Dog First Aid and CPR” classes this spring to help people learn what to do in an emergency. Read More
Know More About the Upcoming Budget
The Fiscal Year 2016 budget process starts in earnest this month. As part of that process, taxpayers will have several opportunities to let the Prince William Board of County Supervisors know how they want their money to be spent. Read More
Program Offers Free Help Filing Tax Returns
The Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program (VITA) offers people who earned less than $53,000 in 2014 a good way to get their tax returns done for free. Read More

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