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The Fiscal Plan implements the BOCS' policy guidance and vision that works to achieve the community's Strategic Goals. This document fulfills the statutory requirements and administrative responsibilities under the County Executive form of government.
Archived below, are proposed budgets (FY2021-FY2015), adopted budget resolutions (FY2021-FY2012), and adopted budget (FY2018-FY2000).
Proposed Budgets and Budget Information:
Adopted Budget Resolutions/Ordinances:
FY2021 | FY2020 | FY2019 | FY2018 | FY2017 | FY2016 | FY2015 | FY2014 | FY2013 | FY2012
FY 2015 Budget
FY 2014 Fiscal Plan
FY 2013 Fiscal Plan
FY 2012 Fiscal Plan
FY 2010 Fiscal Plan
FY 2009 Fiscal Plan
FY 2008 Fiscal Plan
FY 2007 Fiscal Plan
FY 2006 Fiscal Plan
FY 2005 Fiscal Plan
FY 2004 Fiscal Plan
The CIP is the capital infrastructure component of the County’s fiscal plan, an important part of the County’s Five-Year Budget Plan and an implementation tool for the Strategic and Comprehensive Plans. The CIP implements Board of County Supervisors’ and community’s policy guidance and is the tool the County uses to build needed infrastructure and amenities that contribute to an excellent quality of life in Prince William County.
Proposed FY 2014-2019 CIP
FY 2013-2018 CIP
FY 2012-2017 CIP
FY 2010-2015 CIP
The Prince William County Strategic Plan is a four-year document designed to help the County achieve its long-term vision. As such, it provides crucial policy guidance for service delivery and resource allocation decisions during the Board of County Supervisor’s four-year term. Strategic plans from FY 2017-2020 through FY 2004-2008 are available below.
Adopted 2017-2020 Strategic Plan
The BOCS adopted the 2017–2020 Strategic Plan on Tuesday, January 24, 2017. The adopted strategic goal areas include Robust Economy, Mobility, Wellbeing, Safe & Secure Community, and Quality Education & Workforce Development. The plan also includes a strategic priority of Connectivity.
Strategic Plan ImplementationThe BOCS is conducting a series of work sessions to discuss the implementation of the 2017-2020 Strategic Plan. These work sessions are open to the public. The meeting location and information discussed during the meetings are available below. Robust Economy Work Session - May 16, 2017Planning PresentationCurrent Zoning MapLong Range Land Use PlanPlanning Department Build-Out AnalysisFinance PresentationNew Revenue EstimatesCommercial Revenues - Response to Supervisor Anderson Robust Economy Work Session (Continued) - June 27, 2017Strategic Plan 2020 - Implementation of a Robust Economy PresentationEconomic Development Organization Chart - 2017Industrial Area MapStrategic Plan - Economic Development Work Session PresentationDevelopment Process Improvement 2008-PresentPark-enomics: Strategic Park Investment for a Robust Economy PresentationParks & Recreation Marketing Program
Strategic Plan Implementation
The BOCS is conducting a series of work sessions to discuss the implementation of the 2017-2020 Strategic Plan. These work sessions are open to the public. The meeting location and information discussed during the meetings are available below.
Robust Economy Work Session - May 16, 2017
Robust Economy Work Session (Continued) - June 27, 2017
Adopted 2013-2016 Strategic Plan
Adopted 2012 Strategic Plan
The 2012 Strategic Plan was adopted by the Board of County Supervisors on Tuesday, March 3, 2009. The adopted Strategic Areas include Economic Development & Transportation, Education, Human Services, and Public Safety. To view the adopted 2012 Strategic Plan and resolution, click the links below:
Updates to the 2012 Strategic PlanThe status of the community outcomes is presented to the Board annually. To view the updates to the 2012 Strategic Plan, click the links below.
Updates to the 2012 Strategic Plan
The status of the community outcomes is presented to the Board annually. To view the updates to the 2012 Strategic Plan, click the links below.
Original Strategic Plan: 2004-2008
The Strategic Plan reflects Prince William County residents' community goals for the next four years in strategic areas that will incrementally move the County towards the residents' vision for 2030. Listed below is the 2004-2008 Board of County Supervisors' Strategic Plan.
or, download a complete set of all six strategic goals listed above.
The Citizen Satisfaction Survey is one of many reports used to evaluate the performance of Prince William County programs and an indicator of public support for proposed policies and initiatives. In addition, the survey tracks changes in demographics and attitudes of the citizens and helps inform budget and resource allocation decisions. When conducted properly, the survey serves as a reliable source to inform a community's strategic decision.
2016 Community Survey
2014 Community Survey
2012 Citizen Satisfaction Survey
2010 Citizen Satisfaction Survey
2009 Citizen Satisfaction Survey
2008 Citizen Satisfaction Survey
2007 Citizen Satisfaction Survey
In compliance with Section 2.09 of the Principles of Sound Financial Management, the Office of Management & Budget is required to present quarterly updates within 45 days of the end of each quarter on the County's general fund budget and trends to the Board of County Supervisors (BOCS) with revenue and expenditure projection through the end of the year.
Archived below, are reports from FY18 to FY15.
FY2018 Quarterly Report
FY2017 Quarterly Report
FY2016 Quarterly Report
Local governments in Virginia are not permitted to overspend the legally appropriated annual budget. As a result, savings are generated each year. The Year-End General Fund Turnback Report provides information on agency revenue surplus and expenditure savings for each County general fund department.
The FY2009-FY 2013 Budget Variance Report was published with the Proposed FY 2015 Budget. This report contains a five-year history of revenue and expenditure for each County agency and a discussion of how Prince William County uses year end savings which accrue due to vacancies, zero base budget reviews and process improvements.