November 4, 2016

Our District E-Updates

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September 2017 Upcoming Events:

Looking for ways to help those in needs for Hurricane Harvey? There are plenty of resources as well as tips to prepare you and your loved ones when disasters hit. Also regarding safety, here are some back to school safety bus tips and updates on the police body worn cameras. There are many opportunities for volunteers in the e-news varying from tutors to trail builders. 


August 2017 Upcoming Events:

We are pleased to announce our newest idea to further cleaning the Occoquan District: the First Annual Old Bridge Road Clean-Up! Check out this e-news to find out more and sign-up online. We also share information about the new NOVA Arts & Cultural District, our second traffic think tank (on Davis Ford & Yates Ford Road Think Tank), and the Visualize 2045 Survey (which ends on 07/31)!


July 2017 Upcoming Events:

In this E-News, we share VRE’s new queuing, new OmniRide routing and updated schedule times, the PWC Board of Supervisors and the PWC School Board launched a new Joint County/School Capital Process Team! Also, be sure to check out our District’s local farmer’s markets and Music on the Mill!


June 2017 Upcoming Events:

Please be aware of the typo in the Memorial Day Event: We deeply apologize for any confusion this may have caused. We hope you all enjoyed your Memorial Day Weekend and took the time to honor those who died  while serving in our country’s military service. On June 8th, there is a summit for Opioid Abuse and don’t forget to vote on June 13th for the 2017 Primary Election.



May 2017 Upcoming Events:

Please share our e-mail updates! There are lots of new things coming to the Occoquan District, such as: a new budget, new hires, the new Central District Stations!, a new trail, Potomac Mills new farmer’s market, and more! This e-update is full of events and information you should share.


More Important Upcoming April Events:

There are more important events that you need to know about for the end of April! Check out our pictures from Central District Police Station and the Fire Station 26 Reforestation Project!


April 2017 Upcoming Events:

As Spring approaches, it’s time to start enjoying the nice weather. Check out all the events and information for the month of April here including Tackett’s Shred Event, PW Police Career Fair, Earth Day 5K, prescription drop offs, and much more!


Absentee Voting – Special Election Clerk of Court 2017:

On February 28, 2017, the 31st Judicial Circuit Court of Virginia filed a Writ of Election for a special election on April 18, 2017 to fill the Clerk of Court vacancy. Virginia Code Section 24.2-510(5) requires political parties to make and complete their nominations within five days of a Court’s Writ of Election, or 60 days before the election. 


Upcoming Snow Warning:

Please share this winter weather warning for information and resources to keep you safe and warm for this possible winter snow.


March 2017 Upcoming Events:

Our 2017 Spring Newsletter is here! You can find it here on our website. Learn about the Prince William Rowing Club’s upcoming row events, the VCE Clean Drinking Water Clinic, and more here as we bloom into Spring!


Remembering Michèle McQuigg:

Michèle is remembered fondly in the Occoquan District for her personal touch, her willingness to go the extra mile to meet the needs of residents, her ability to get many people involved in the community, and her persistence in making positive things happen for our region. She will surely be missed in Prince William County and beyond.


Our First Adopt-A-Spot Clean-Up:

In efforts to begin achieving our Occoquan District’s environment goal, our office has “Adopted a Spot” to clean up along one side of Devil’s Reach Road in partnership with Keep Prince William Beautiful! It is one of many unkempt spots across the District identified in our recent survey.


February 2017 Upcoming Events:

Our Spring Town Halls are approaching! We have also revamped our last year’s think tank! Check out our new topics and plans to create and connect with our Occoquan residents.


Keep Prince William Beautiful Survey 2017:

The Occoquan District Supervisor’s Office has teamed up with Keep Prince William Beautiful in an effort to clean-up and maintain some public areas in need of beautification!  We encourage residents and community groups to get involved!


New Year, New News! 2017:

Happy New Years! We wanted to thank all those who came to our New Years Open House and to those who donated to The Good News Community Kitchen. We have linked our brochure that shares our goals for the district. As well as flyers to some upcoming events to be aware of!


Season Greetings 2016:

Wishing you all the happiest of Holidays! Here we share lots of Holiday travel and safety tips for the busy season.


Get Winter Ready 2016:

We strongly encourage everyone to save this info packed e-update! Included here are checklists and preparation from the Virginia Department of Emergency Management as well as snow and tree removal!


New Years Invitation 2016:

The Occoquan District Supervisor invites everyone to come celebrate the new year at our office open house! Please see the flyer in this e-update for information.


Thanksgiving 2016: thanksgiving-eupdate

I hope you all enjoy good food and even better company this Thanksgiving. This e-update covers the Occoquan Annual Tree Lighting, the Comic Book Christmas Parade, and more. 


Fall 2016:

This E-Update includes topics such as the FY18 Budget Committee, Federal Employee Health Benefits Open House, Old Bridge Think Tank, Driving Tips for Deer Season, and More!


Absentee Voting 2016:

There are multiple reasons you can vote via Absentee ballot, which include (but are not limited to):

  • Being away from home on business on Election Day
  • Being away from home on personal business or vacation on Election Day
  • Having an illness or disability that keeps you from the polls on Election Day


Hurricane Season Prep 2016:

There’s so much to know about hurricane preparedness and not always enough time when disaster strikes. I want to encourage each of you to be prepared for any type of threat.


Landlord Summit 2016:

Homelessness is an important issue. This event will provide education and empowerment for resident’s to stand up against homelessness by providing space to rent and other ways they can be apart of the solution in Greater Prince William.