Potomac District Appointees
Commission on Aging
The Commission on Aging (COA) is the citizens’ advisory group to the Area Agency on Aging, the Prince William Board of County Supervisors, and the City Councils of Manassas and Manassas Park. The COA advocates for issues related to aging and caregiving.
Nancy West (703) 221-1372 Email
Animal Advisory Committee
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 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.
Lori Leary (703) 680-3644 Email
Architectural Review Board
The Architectural Review Board (ARB) is an advisory board to the Board of County Supervisors and other county officials on the protection of local historical and cultural resources.
Odell Smith (703) 634-2456Email
Cherry Hill CDA
Community Services Board
The Prince William County Community Services Board (CSB) is a 10-member policy-making Board that serves residents of Prince William County, the City of Manassas and the City of Manassas Park who are in need of mental health, intellectual disability, substance abuse, and early intervention, as well as emergency services.
Mary Battista (703) 221-1285 Email
DCSM/Zoning Ordinance and Advisory Committee
The DCSM/Zoning Ordinance Advisory Committee became active on July 1, 2010 and is designed to ensure the impacts of modifying the Design and Construction Standards Manual (DCSM) and the Zoning Ordinance independently are considered in a deliberate and collaborative process.
Frank Mikolajczak (703) 441-6886 Email
Disability Services Board, Prince William Area
The Prince William County Committee for Persons with Disabilities (PWC CFPD) was established in 1987 as an advisory group to the Board of County Supervisors (BOCS) on disability issues. Its primary purpose is to recommend to the BOCS ways and means by which the County may be more responsive to the needs of citizens with disabilities.
Karen Smith (703) 670-7136 Email
The Equalization Board holds public hearings for individual taxpayers who file applications for assessment reconsideration. The Board rules on uniformity, consistency, correctness and fairness of the assessments made by the Real Estate Assessments Division of the Finance Department.
Davon Gray (703) 730-1925 Email
The Prince William County Historical Commission is composed of 16 citizens, representing the seven magisterial district and two at-large members, appointed by the Board of County Supervisors. The Historical Commission advises the Board in its efforts to investigate, preserve, protect and publicize Prince William County’s historical sites, artifacts, buildings and events.
As established by the Prince William Board of County Supervisors (BOCS), the Housing Board is responsible for overseeing the expenditure of funds for housing and community development and directing the management of the Office of Housing and Community Development (OHCD). The Housing Board is also responsible for developing policies for meeting community needs for affordable housing.
Mary Lively (703) 670-6246 Email
Human Rights Commission
In 1991 the Prince William County Board of Supervisors authorized the creation of a Human Rights Study Committee to examine the need for a human rights commission based on growing diversity, population needs and resources.
Samuel J. Korson (703) 670-0201 Email
Industrial Development Authority
The Industrial Development Authority promotes industry and develop trade by inducing business to locate or remain in State and County.
Brian Gordon (703) 441-6525 E-mail
Corinne Doerr (703) 670-2885 Email
Park & Recreation
Prince William County Park & Recreation is tasked to provide Parks and Recreation to the residents of Prince William County by gathering data about developing communities and conducting needs assessments to figure out the best way to use the land that is allocated to the Park Authority.
Brenda Gardziel (703) 670-3884 Email
The Prince William County Planning Commission consists of eight citizens appointed by the Board of County Supervisors to advise the Board on land use issues.
Rene Fry (703) 792-6641 Email
Potomac and Rappahannock Transportation Commission
Hilda Barg (703) 221-7980 Email
Prince William County Service Authority
Paul Ruecker (703) 670-7648 Email
Social Services Board
The Prince William County Board of Social Services Board is an Administrative Board appointed by the Board of County Supervisors. Its emphasis is on policy and administrative issues.
Hilda Barg (703) 221-7980 Email
Solid Waste Management Citizens Advisory Committee
Taxicab Review Board
Nick Rasch (703) 221-5239 Email
Trails and Blueways Council
Danny Cosner (703) 221-1291 Email
Weapons Control Committee
Bret Coulson (703) 897-9414 Email
Wetlands Advisory Board
The Wetlands Board has jurisdiction over tidal shores for both vegetative and non-vegetative tidal areas located between mean low tide and high tide elevations.