The vision of the Neabsco Action Alliance (NAA) is to engage residential and business communities in partnership with government to invest in the future of the Neabsco District.
Hoadly Manor Estate project
Neasbco Action Alliance invites you to view this project and submit any comments to email@example.com before May10, 2014. NAA will issue a letter of support at that time unless there is objection from the community. See below for a narrative of the project.
Click here for the current plan set.
Hoadly Manor Estates
Crime Prevention Council Golf Tournament
Prince William Crime Prevention Council invites you to participate in their 7th Annual Golf Tournament, 6.6.2014 at Bristow Manor Golf Club.
Funds raised promote crime prevention and safety awareness for events such as National Night Out. PWCPC also works with the County Police Department to raise awareness about crime and drug use prevention, Cyberbullying, bullying and child safety issues and much more.
See the flyer below for more details
Golf 2014 1 pg flyer
Click here: How to Avoid the Two Words that Cost Thousands in Medicare Bills - NBC News See tv show. Click here to review attached letter. We would like to warn Seniors on medicare of a costly error that could cost them a lot of money. if they are interested in correcting this issue they can contact their congressional representatives. If you have any questions feel free to contact me Brenda Kelley Nelum at (703) 690-6038.
Here is some helpful information on Emergency Preparedness. Everyone needs an emergency plan. Here are some articles and links (below) from Federal, Commonwealth, and Prince William County Agencies and Non-Profit partners that may help with your planning.
Click Emergency to get the url's for the following websites.
Prince William County Office of Emergency Preparedness:
VA Department of Emergency Management:
FEMA Emergency Preparedness website:
CDC Office of Emergency Preparedness and Response:
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Want to know where the snow plows are? Once two inches of snow has fallen, you can use this page: http://www.vdotplows.org/ to track where the plows are in Fairfax, Loudon and Prince William counties.
Just enter your address and a color coded map will tell you if plows have started, are underway or have completed their work in your location.
• Report unplowed roads or hazardous conditions to mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org or call 1-800-FOR-ROAD (800-367-7623)
The next Neabsco Action Alliance meeting is:
Tuesday, May 13, 2014 at 7:00 PM in the Dr. A.J. Ferlazzo Building 15941 Donald Curtis Drive, Prince William, Va 22191, in the Leesylvania Room.
Click here for directions to building.
Please note, this program is free, but space is limited to the room capacity. Join us for continuing education of how our county operates as we continue to define our role in the present and the future.
We hope you can attend and bring a friend or neighbor. You do not need to be a member or even live in the Neabsco District to attend this meeting.
Visit us on the web for lots of local news, information and events! http://neabscoactionalliance.org
Prince William County Police Community Awareness
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Occoquan River Cleanup
Marumsco Creek Cleanup Mar 2014
Neighbhood Leaders Group
Neighborhood Leaders Group
The next Neighborhood Leaders Group meeting will be on April 23, 2014.( 6:30 pm social time followed by meeting at 7:00 PM) in the Development Services Building ~ Room 202B, 5 County Complex Court.
Our guests this month will be Ed Wheeling, PWC Field Supervisor and Nick Hudson from the County Litter Crew.
Come meet "Boots on the Ground" leaders in your community! Please contact Cathy Holtzlander to attend. No charge, but space is limited.
email@example.com or (703)792-6864
The class is part of our continuing series for neighborhood leaders. The series offers residents the opportunity to learn effective strategies to help address concerns impacting their communities. All residents are invited and encouraged to attend. We also encourage HOA/COA leaders, civic group leaders and community leaders to attend and share information. Residents can form partnerships with other neighborhood leaders throughout the County to share their experiences to help others improve their neighborhoods within Prince William County.
If you’d like an idea of what we do at the Annual Neighborhood Conference, take a look at last year’s summary
Click here for the December Newsletter