Potomac District Supervisor Maureen Caddigan

Maureen S. Caddigan serves the citizens of the Potomac District in Prince William County with distinction as their elected member of the Board of County Supervisors. Known for her responsiveness to the needs of her constituents, she has consistently demonstrated openness and fairness in her dealings irrespective of a person’s political leaning. The voter’s confidence in her is represented by her multiple reelections. Mrs. Caddigan has earned widespread recognition and respect for her ability to work harmoniously with her peers and has consistently maintained an extremely high degree of ethics and honesty in every situation with which she is confronted. Additionally she has firmly established her ability to interface and coordinate with officials at every level of government.

In addition to her direct responsibilities Mrs. Caddigan has served on the following Committees and Boards:

  • Quantico Growth Management Committee (BRAC), Co-Chair 2006-Present
  • Virginia Association of Counties (VACO) 1992-Present; Board of Directors 1994-Present
  • VACO Education Steering Committee 2000-Present
  • Commissioner, Potomac Rappahannock Transportation Commission 1992-Present
  • Commissioner, Virginia Railway Express 1998-Present; Chairman 2006-2007
  • County Representative, Civilian/Military Relations Council 1992-Present
  • Member, Prince William Regional Chamber of Commerce 1992-Present
  • Life Member, Historic Dumfries Inc.
  • Member, Board of Directors of the Prince William County Boys and Girls Club 1992 – Present
  • Prince William County Audit Committee, 2008-Present

Mrs. Caddigan also remains active in community activities including membership in the Veterans of Foreign Wars Ladies Auxiliary and as a sustaining sponsor of the Dumfries-Triangle-Quantico Little League. She was selected by the Soroptimists International as Woman of the Year and as Cool Woman of the Year by American Movie Classics (AMC). She is the twice recipient of the Boys and Girls Club prestigious Woman and Youth Award and also the Richard G. Pfitzner Award. She also serves as a member of the Board of Directors of Azalea Charities.


I have made education, public safety and transportation top priorities while serving on the Board of County Supervisors and pledge to continue to do so. As a former Chairman of the County School Board I emphasize that we must continue efforts to provide a school system that delivers the best education for all students. Similarly, we must insure adequate funding and proper staffing levels for our public safety organizations thus contributing to a high quality of life for our citizens. Every effort must be made to ease the daily challenges of our commuters by programmed improvements to our road infrastructure as well as the provision of excellent public transportation systems.