As we start the month of July. I hope everyone had a great July 4th and stayed cool when enjoying time outside with family and friends this summer.
Dale City Independence Day Parade
The Dale City Civic Association, in partnership with ten non-profit organizations, kicked off its annual Independence Day and Family Fun Day today at 10:00 am. The long-standing event is a great place to have fun with family and friends and meet your local and state officials. After the parade, the Family Fun Day at the Dale City Commuter Lot featured games, crafts, food, and entertainment.
Seals on Wheels Tour
Hon. Jacqueline Smith, Clerk of the Prince William Circuit Court, is launching her latest outreach initiative, “Seals on Wheels,” a fully mobile service center to make the Clerk’s services even more accessible and convenient to her constituents.
Residents of Prince William County, Manassas, and Manassas Park can now access the most popular services provided by the Clerk by visiting Seals on Wheels at various sites throughout the jurisdiction on select Saturdays. The public can file marriage license applications, notary applications, concealed handgun permits, and much more – all at a location near home and during new Saturday hours.
Seals on Wheels Tour Dates:
- July 22 – Dale City Library (Neabsco District)
- August 26 – Haymarket Gainesville Library (Gainesville District)
- September 30 – Independent Hill Library (Coles District)
- October 14 – Nokesville Library (Brentsville District)
- October 21 – Chinn Library (Occoquan District)
Victory at Vets Kids Triathlon
Come to the 2nd Annual Victory for Vets Kids Triathlon at Veterans Memorial Park on July 16th. Kids of all ages (6 – 12 years old) and abilities will have the chance to swim, bike, and run in this fun and healthy community event; and receive an event t-shirt after completing the triathlon.
For more information and if your child wants to register for the event, visit https://www.pwcva.gov/events/victory-vets-kids-triathlon-0.
Opioid Abatement Authority Grants
Last week the Virginia Opioid Abatement Authority (OAA) announced more than $23 million in awards to 76 cities and counties throughout the Commonwealth. Prince William County will be receiving over $2 million in funding for:
- Partnership with Fairfax County, Arlington County, Loudoun County, and Alexandria City to help create a new residential treatment for adolescents.
- Expansion of the Office Based Opioid Treatment (OBOT) program doubling the number of eligible participants.
This represents the first major allocation of awards from the OAA since Virginia received its first set of national settlement payments last year.
Community Services Resources for Recovery
Prince William County is offering free naloxone and training for the device every Wednesday between 2:00 and 4:00 pm at the Dr. A.J. Ferlazzo Building.
Everyone is welcomed to learn more about naloxone, meet with peer supporters, enjoy a snack in a friendly and supportive environment and get resources for recovery.
More information about Community Services Resources can be found here.
Yard Signs are Here!
Team Torian just got in new 24th District signs for our proud supporters!
If you would like a yard sign delivered to your preferred address to show your support for Del. Torian. Please click here to fill out the form to request a sign.
How to Get in Touch
Don’t hesitate to contact our office if you have questions or concerns. Feel free to contact us directly at the district office; our email is firstname.lastname@example.org, and our telephone number is 703-785-2224.