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The eight-member Board of County Supervisors, comprised of seven District Supervisors and a county-wide Chair At-Large, is elected by the residents of Prince William County every four years. The policy-making body of the county government, it adopts local laws, sets policies, determines financial priorities, and makes local land use decisions. 


The Board appoints a County Executive to act as the chief administrative officer and oversee the county government on a day-to-day basis.  ​Additionally, the Board appoints residents to serve on over 70 Boards, Committees & Commissions.  These community members impact our county in a variety of ways including establishing priorities, determining budget priorities, and advising on specific issues such as libraries, drinking water, human rights, zoning regulations, land use planning and animal welfare.

Board Of County Supervisors
Elected Board of Supervisors

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Upcoming Meeting Agenda

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View Meeetings Live and on Demand

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Annual Calendar of Meetings

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How to Provide Comments to
the Board
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Boards and Commissions

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