Citizens have a way to stay updated on area projects.
Prince William County’s Development Application Processing Schedule (DAPS) has been updated.
Created in the early 2000s, the online program provides the status of projects the Planning Office has received, according to a release from the county.
Officials recently made the schedule more concise and removed duplicate projects.
“It’s very up-to-date. It’s automatically updated every night,” Planning Manager David McGettigan said in a release. “They can see the application material and the plans that are being proposed. Agency comments on the case will also be available.”
Users of the resource will find descriptions of the projects, which will be removed about 90 days after the final decision is made.
“They can go there and see the description of the case, how many units it is, when it’s scheduled for a hearing or what the status of it is and find out more about it,” McGettigan said.
DAPS also lists special-use permits and amendments that are expected to be reviewed by the Planning Commission and Board of County Supervisors (BOCS).
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