The Department of Public Works Neighborhood Services Division will have an informational session from 10 a.m. to noon July 22 on roadside advertising signs and temporary activity permits for the county’s faith-based organizations.
The event will be in Room 202 A/B, Development Services Building, 5 County Complex Ct., Woodbridge.
The meeting will include a review of current laws and codes regarding roadside signs and permits. For information, call 703-792-7018.
Prince William County received a triple-A rating from Prince William County , Fitch and Standard & Poor’s for the upcoming sale of $32.1 million in general obligation bonds and $69.3 million in special obligation school financing bonds.
“The confidence that the three major ratings agencies showed in reaffirming Prince William County’s AAA rating is further proof of our board’s strong fiscally conservative management and highlights the vibrancy of our local economy,” Board of County Supervisors Chairman Corey A. Stewart (R-At Large) said. “Our AAA status will allow us to continue making investments in the community at a tremendous savings to Prince William County taxpayers.”