Any challenges that neighborhoods are facing could soon be resolved.
The Prince William County Neighborhood Services Division is hosting its annual Neighborhood Conference on Saturday, according to a release from the county.
The conference will run from 8 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. at the county’s Development Services Building, 5 County Complex Court in Woodbridge.
It will offer workshops that focus on Prince William County’s property code, how enforcing the code benefits neighborhoods, and how homeowners’ associations (HOA) can be successful.
The Prince William County Neighborhood Services Division helps community members address various issues, such as neglected property and illegally placed signs.
“We assist communities through property code and building maintenance enforcement,” Neighborhood Coordinator Cathy Holtzlander said. “Our job is to help guide folks through the county process of what we can and can’t do, and if we’re not the right agency, we can get them to the right folks who can help them.”
The division also uses county regulations and rules to handle challenges, including graffiti and abandoned vehicles.
It can help residents organize clean up events, as well.
Those interested in attending the conference can register online. It costs $25 per person, and space is limited.
To contact Neighborhood Services, call 703-792-7018 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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