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Dumfries Police Department
Calvin L. Johnson, Police chief
17755 Main St.
Dumfries 22026
703-221-1111

Haymarket Police Department
James E. Roop, Police chief
6763 Leaberry Way
Haymarket 20169
703-753-2700

Manassas City Police
John J. Skinner, Police chief
9518 Fairview Ave.
Manassas 20110
703-257-8000

Manassas Park City Police
John Evans, Police chief
329 Manassas Dr.
Manassas Park 20111
703-361-1136

Occoquan Police Department
Ed Janik, Town sergeant
P.O. Box 195
314 Mill St.
Occoquan 22125-0195
703-491-1918, Ext.19

Prince William County Police
Eastern District Station
15948 Donald Curtis Dr.
Woodbridge 22191
703-792-7200

Prince William County Police
Western District Station
8900 Freedom Center Blvd.
Manassas 20110
703-792-5111

Prince William County Police Department
Kim D. Chinn, Public information officer
1 County Complex Ct.
Woodbridge 22192
703-792-6500

Charlie T. Deane, Police chief

Quantico Police Department
Gerald W. Tolson, Police chief
405 Broadway St.
Quantico 22134
703-640-7500

Sheriff's Office
Glendell Hill, Sheriff
9311 Lee Ave.
Manassas 20110
703-792-6070

John H. Collier, Major

Virginia State Police
Prince William Field Office Area 11
14420 Independent Hill Dr.
Manassas 20112
703-791-3101

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Health Care

Potomac Hospital
2300 Opitz Blvd.
Woodbridge 22191
703-670-1313
540-659-1800 (in Stafford)
email@potomachospital.com
http://www.potomachospital.com

Prince William Hospital
8700 Sudley Rd.
Manassas 20110
703-369-8000
Physician referral: 703-530-WELL
(or toll-free: 888-550-8198)
http://www.pwhs.org

Fauquier Hospital
500 Hospital Dr.
Warrenton 20186
540-347-2550
referral@fauquierhospital.org
http://www.fauquierhospital.org
Founded in 1954, Fauquier Hospital is the only hospital in the county. It also serves Rappahannock, Culpeper and Prince William counties.

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Restaurant Closings

Under a Virginia program, all restaurant inspections are available online. To find those for county establishments, go to http://www.healthspace.ca/Clients/VDH/PWilliam/PWilliam_Website.nsf.

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Seniors

Lifelong Learning Institute
6901 Sudley Rd.
Manassas 20109
703-361-6310
http://www.LLI-Manassas.org
This nonprofit organization sponsors classes, speakers and events for people 50 and older. It is affiliated with the Manassas campus of Northern Virginia Community College. Membership costs $100 a year.

Prince William County
Area Agency on Aging
7987 Ashton Ave., Suite 231
Manassas 20109
703-792-6400
TDD: 703-792-6444
http://www.pwcgov.org/aoa
The agency's work includes advocacy and education, and it coordinates programs and services for older adults in Prince William County, Manassas and Manassas Park. It also serves families and caregivers of seniors.

Prince William Senior Center
at Manassas
9320 Mosby St.
Manassas 20110
703-792-6405
http://www.pwcgov.org/aoa
Hours: 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Mondays-Tuesdays, Thursdays-Fridays; 9 a.m.-8 p.m. Wednesdays.

Prince William Senior Center
at Woodbridge
13850 Church Hill Dr.
Woodbridge 22191
703-494-5136
http://www.pwcgov.org/aoa
Hours: 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Mondays-Tuesdays, Thursdays-Fridays; 9 a.m.-8 p.m. Wednesdays.

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Utilities

Columbia Gas of Virginia
1809 Coyote Dr.
Chester 23836
800-543-8911
http://www.columbiagasva.com
Columbia Gas provides natural gas to parts of Prince William County.

Comcast
9540 Center St.
Manassas 20110
703-730-2225
800-266-2278
http://www.comcast.com
Comcast provides cable television and high-speed Internet service.

Dale Service Corp.
5609 Mapledale Plaza
Dale City 22193
Customer service: 703-590-4495
Dale Service provides sewer service to Dale City residents. To get service, residents must fill out an application and pay a $5 fee and $50 deposit.

Dominion Virginia Power
P.O. Box 26666
Richmond 23261
888-667-3000
http://www.dom.com
Dominion provides electricity to most of Northern Virginia.

Manassas Department of Utilities
8500 Public Works Dr.
Manassas 20110
703-257-8245
Customer service: 703-257-8219
adavis@ci.manassas.va.us
http://www.manassascity.org/index.asp?NID=20
The department provides city residents with electrical, water, sewer, trash and recycling services. New residents must apply for service in person at the department's office. The deposit fee is $125 for single-family houses and townhouses and $75 for apartments and condominiums. Connection fees for electricity and water are $40 for single-family houses and townhouses, $20 for apartments and condominiums.

Manassas Park Utility Department
1 Park Center Ct.
Manassas Park 20111
703-335-8805
http://www.cityofmanassaspark.us
The department provides water and sewer service for city residents. Service must be set up in person for a minimum fee of $65. Proof of residence (a lease agreement or settlement papers) is required.

Northern Virginia Electric Cooperative
10323 Lomond Dr.
Manassas 20109
703-335-0500
888-335-0500
http://www.novec.com
NOVEC serves Prince William County, Manassas and Manassas Park.

Prince William County Service Authority
Raymond Spittle Building
4 County Complex Ct.
Woodbridge 22192
703-335-7900
customerservice@pwcsa.org
http://www.pwcsa.org
The authority is an independent body responsible for providing water and sewer service to Prince William County residents.
Mailing address: PWCSA, P.O. Box 2266, Woodbridge, Va. 22195
Payments by mail: PWCSA, P.O. Box 2306, Woodbridge, Va. 22195

Verizon
600 E. Main St.
Richmond 23219
703-954-6222
800-483-3000
Billing and service: 703-954-6294
http://www.verizon.com

Virginia-American Water Co.
2223 Duke St.
Alexandria 22314
703-491-2136
Emergency: 703-491-8814
703-549-7080
infova@amwater.com
http://www.vawc.com
The company provides water service to Dale City.

Washington Gas
6801 Industrial Rd.
Springfield 22151
Customer care: 703-750-1000
Emergency: 703-750-1400 or 800-752-7520
customersupport@washgas.com
http://www.washgas.com
Washington Gas provides natural gas service to customers in the Washington area.

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Animals

Prince William County Animal Control Bureau
Samson Newsome, Administrator
14807 Bristow Rd.
Manassas 20112
703-792-6465
Hours: 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays; 10 a.m.-8 p.m. Thursdays; 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturdays. Closed on holidays.

City of Manassas Animal Adoption Center
Joan Strawderman, Chief animal control officer
10039 Dean Dr.
Manassas 20110
703-257-2420
Adoption Center: 703-257-2421
Animal control: 703-257-8009
animalshelter@ci.manassas.va.us
http://www.manassascity.org/index.asp?NID=189
Hours: 10 a.m.-1 p.m. and 4-6 p.m. Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays; 5-7 p.m. Wednesdays; 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Saturdays. Closed on holidays.

Manassas Park Animal Control
Dorothy Wadel, animal control officer
329 Manassas Dr.
Manassas Park 20111
703-361-1136
http://www.manassasparkpolice.com
Hours: 9 a.m.-5 p.m. weekdays.

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Local Transit

Prince William Area Park-and-Ride Lots

The county's park-and-ride lots come in various sizes. Some offer a few spaces, while others have thousands. Some are private, and others are owned by the Virginia Department of Transportation or Metro. Some are free; others have fees. Lots may be served by buses or by rail. For more information on the lots within Prince William County, as well as which method of transit connects with them, go to www.prwilliamcounty.gov/fcdot/parkride.htm.

Prince William Area Bus Service

Prince William City CUE. These buses operate daily within Prince William City and to and from the Vienna Metro station and the George Mason University campus. Routes vary. Basic fare is 75 cents, but GMU students, faculty and staff members with ID, and children 3 and younger ride free. Elementary, intermediate and high school students, senior citizens (60 and older), and people with disabilities with a valid ID ride for 50 cents.

Exact change is required. For route, schedule and other information, call 703-385-7859 or e-mail transportation@prwilliamva.gov. Or go to www.prwilliamva.gov.

Prince William County Connector. Buses run daily across the county and connect with Metrorail and Metrobus routes. Fares are subject to change without notice, but most local routes are $1; check the Web site or call for information on discounts and exceptions.

For information on schedules, routes or fares, call 703- 339-7200 or TTY at 703-339-1608, or go to www.prwilliamconnector.com.

Falls Church GEORGE. Buses run daily to and from the East and West Falls Church Metro stations and across the city of Falls

For schedule, route and fare information, call 202-637-7000 or 202-638-3780 (TDD), or go to www.ci.falls-church.va.us/george/faresAndSchedules.html.

Springfield TAGS. This is a shuttle service, operated by the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (Metro), that circulates in Springfield's business district. Bus stops for TAGS include Metro Park, the Franconia-Springfield Metro station, Springfield Mall and the Springfield Hilton. Fare is 25 cents between Franconia-Springfield Station and the Hilton, and free between Franconia-Springfield Station and Metro Park.

For schedule, route and fare information, call 703-971-7727 or go to www.springfieldinterchange.com/ad/tags.html.

Reston RIBS. The Reston Internal Bus System runs four routes daily across Reston, linking Reston Town Center, Lake Anne and Hunters Woods with Metro stations, park-and-ride lots and other buses. Fares are $1; drivers do not make change. For schedule, fares and other information, call 703-435-5465 or go to www.linkinfo.org/reston.cfm.

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Farmers Markets

Dale City Farmers Market
Dale Boulevard, Dale City commuter parking lot (next to Center Plaza)
Dale City
703-670-7112, Ext. 227 (Betty Finney)
Hours: 8 a.m.-1 p.m. Sundays, April 1-Nov. 18.

Haymarket Farmers Market
15000 Washington St.
Town Hall parking lot
Haymarket 20169
703-754-4816
http://www.townofhaymarket.org
Hours: 8 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturdays, April-late October.

Manassas Farmers Market
Loy E. Harris Pavilion (Thursdays)
9201 Center St.

Parking Lot B, next door to the train station (Saturdays)
West and Prince William
streets
Manassas 20110
703-361-6599 (Linda Robertson)
lindarobertson@historicmanassasinc.org
http://www.historicmanassasinc.org
Hours: 7 a.m.-1 p.m. Thursdays and 7 a.m.-1 p.m. Saturdays, April 5 through October; also open in November, weather permitting

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