Prince George County Emergency Management
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This page allows citizens to gain knowledge on preparedness tips for different disasters along with other pertinent information. Prince George Fire and EMS is comprised of five Volunteer Fire Companies with six stations, one Volunteer Emergency Crew, and a compliment of Career Staff that work hand-in-hand to make Prince George a safe place to live, learn, work, and raise a family. The purpose of t
Police Department Achieves Second State Re-Accreditation
On March 10, the Prince George County Police Department was awarded its second Re-Accreditation at a meeting of the Virginia Law Enforcement Professional Standards Commission (VLEPSC) in Hanover, Virginia. In addition, our agency was recognized for having full compliance with all applicable standards.
The assessors who performed our on-site assessment were complimentary of our agency and our employees. We know that recognition like this directly results from the tremendous commitment and professionalism that all of our employees exhibit every day.
We want to thank our community members and our fellow law enforcement agency members who assisted our Department during this process. We are proud to serve this community, and we look forward to continuing to do so with the utmost respect, dedication, and responsibility.
Are your house numbers visible to emergency services? Minutes or even seconds can make a difference in a life or death situation. Make sure we can find you in your time of need. House numbers clearly marked at your driveway from both directions will ensure that we find you quickly. Reflective numbers on your mailbox or a sign in front of your home are best. Don't wait until it's too late!
Alot of people still use real Christmas trees in lieu of artificial ones.....please remember to utilize these safety tips!
HRP Receives Top Honors at State Conference Over 400 delegates, exhibitors, speakers, and volunteers from around the state gathered this week at the 67th Annual Conference of the Virginia Recreation and Park Society held in Harrisonburg, Virginia. The conference is a learning exchange and provides an opportunity for recreation and park profes...
Coming October 23rd. Bring your pumpkins to win a gift card.
Prince George County will be recruiting for open positions in various departments throughout the County, including: Parks and Recreation, Police, Building Inspections, Fire and EMS, Planning and Zoning, Fleet Management, and Utilities at our Business Show and Job Fair.
The event will take place on October 22nd from 10am - 2pm at the Central Wellness Center. Please visit our website for more information: https://www.princegeorgecountyva.gov/business/2021_business_show_and_job_fair.php. We hope to see you on October 22nd in-person to meet with over 20 Prince George based businesses!
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Who's ready for the Fall Festival? Be sure to click on the events and check that you are going...see you soon!!
The Board of Supervisors at its meeting tonight honored Aidan Bryant following his recent performance on ‘America’s Got Talent.’
Prince George Utilities Central Water System is currently experiencing a water outage due to a significant leak in the system. This impacts all customers receiving this message. All customers should boil their water until further notice. At this time we do not have an expected timeframe. We will notify you once the leak as been repaired.
Congratulations to Prince George High School Senior Aidan Bryant who finished runner-up in America’s Got Talent National Competition.
Virginia native Aerialist Aidan Bryant delivers high-stakes performance on AGT: Advances to Finals 'I just pray for his safety the entire time because hanging from his feet makes me a little nervous' - Pam Bennett
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Virginia Department of Emergency Management Announces Guidance for Donations to Assist Afghanistan Refugees
RICHMOND – The Virginia Department of Emergency Management (VDEM) announced guidance for individuals or businesses to obtain more information regarding donations for evacuees arriving in Virginia from Afghanistan.
We are incredibly thankful for the overwhelming support from everyone across the Commonwealth regarding donations for the evacuees arriving in Virginia from Afghanistan. We, also, understand there are questions about what and where to donate cash and/or goods. Currently, we are highly recommending financial donations to resettlement organizations and trusted partners. Your financial donation will be used to provide the necessary and needed supplies for the evacuees. Please call 2-1-1 for more information and further guidance.
2-1-1 Virginia is an easy to remember phone number connecting people with information on available community services. When you dial 2-1-1, a trained professional will be able to provide you information on trusted partners to take your financial donation.
2-1-1 Virginia is a service of the Virginia Department of Social Services provided in partnership with the Council of Community Services, The Planning Council, the United Way of Central Virginia, and the United Way of Greater Richmond & Petersburg.
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VDEM works with local government, state and federal agencies and voluntary organizations to provide resources and expertise through the five mission areas of emergency management; prevention, protection, mitigation, response and recovery. To learn more about ways VDEM is working to improve disaster preparedness, response and recovery, visit
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Have you seen one of these? It's called a Flashing Yellow Arrow (FYA) - and it reduces congestion and increases safety!
The FYA is just like the traffic signal you’re used to, except a blinking yellow arrow replaces the round green light with no arrow.
It's safer and a cost-effective fix for intersections. Research shows drivers are 25 percent less likely to crash when turning left at a FYA signal.
More than 100 FYA signals are in place or being installed around our 14-county Richmond district. Have you used one?
Watch more here: https://bit.ly/2ScA9da
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On the river…or we can fill your 5-gallon cans for your lawnmowers and equipment! Call/Text (804)536-1200
The 4th of July is right around the corner and with the 4th comes fireworks.
Please remember that all fireworks that explode, travel laterally, rise into the air or shoot projectiles are illegal. This includes items such as firecrackers, bottle rockets, skyrockets, and roman candles. These fireworks can only be used by licensed professionals with a permit. Even if these items are purchased legally outside of Virginia, they cannot be used here.
Fireworks that are legal are referred to as permissible fireworks. These include items such as sparklers, smoke punks, pharoahs serpents, fountains and whirligigs. These can be used without a permit and with permission of the property owner where they are being used.
If you have any questions about fireworks please call Dinwiddie Fire & EMS at (804) 469-5388.
Embark on an outdoor adventure with Tree Time Adventures of Prince George County Watch Virginia This Morning weekdays at 9 a.m.
As July 4th approaches please be safe and follow local regulations on fireworks.
Lingerfelt Farms is coming to the Prince George Farmers Market on May 8th so come ready to shop for those meats!
Protecting Children During the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency
WASHINGTON (October 19, 2020) — As part of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) 50th anniversary celebration, this week, EPA is highlighting the role it plays in keeping children safe in the places where they learn and play. Protecting children’s health has always been an important priority for EPA, and that is especially true during the ongoing COVID-19 public health emergency. As part of the Trump Administration’s efforts to safely reopen American, including our nation’s schools, EPA is continuing to work in close partnership with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), states, local governments, and tribes to provide up-to-date information to protect public health as school districts, private schools, and universities develop and implement COVID-19 re-entry plans for their students, staff, and parents.
“There is no higher priority for the Trump Administration than protecting the health and safety of Americans, especially our nation’s most vulnerable, as they head back to school,” said EPA Administrator Andrew Wheeler. “EPA continues to work with our federal partners to provide robust information and tools to help schools and universities properly clean and disinfect surfaces in order to fight the spread of the novel coronavirus.”
EPA continues to add products to List N: EPA’s list of disinfectants that are expected to kill SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19). When using an EPA-registered disinfectant, follow the label directions for effective use. These directions include, but are not limited to:
• Always follow the product label. This includes following directions regarding the contact time, or the amount of time the surface should be visibly wet.
• The risk disinfectants pose to human health increases if the label is not followed.
• Keep disinfectants out of reach of children. Children should not apply disinfectants, including pre-moistened disinfectant wipes and sprays. While disinfectants are powerful tools for controlling the spread of disease, they may harm children’s health if used or stored incorrectly.
• Only use fogging, fumigation, and wide-area or electrostatic spraying to apply EPA-registered products designed and labeled for use in this way. Unless the pesticide product label specifically includes disinfection directions for these application methods, it may not be effective when applied in these ways.
• Do not apply disinfectants to skin, food or cloth face coverings. Do not mix disinfectants with other chemicals. Use disinfectants only at the concentrations specified in the label directions.
• If an EPA-registered disinfectant from List N is not available, diluted household bleach can be used to disinfect surfaces. Users should closely follow the bleach dilution directions on the CDC’s website, including precautions.
EPA also has guidance related to indoor air quality and SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19). This guidance includes:
• Increasing ventilation with outdoor air and improved air filtration, in addition to following other CDC guidelines, can help reduce risk from indoor transmission of the virus.
• Ventilation during and after cleaning, for example by opening windows or doors, is helpful in reducing exposure to cleaning products, byproducts and any particles resuspended during cleaning, including those potentially carrying viruses. Sensitive people, including children with asthma, should avoid exposure to cleaning products, which can exacerbate symptoms.
• For information on ventilation while cleaning and disinfecting, visit: https://www.epa.gov/coronavirus/ventilation-and-coronavirus-covid-19.
• For information specific to the school setting, visit: https://www.epa.gov/iaq-schools/healthy-indoor-environments-schools-plans-practices-and-principles-maintaining-healthy and https://www.epa.gov/coronavirus/i-need-disinfect-public-space-store-or-school-whatdo-i-need-know.
Additionally, throughout the COVID-19 public health emergency, EPA has worked to support the water sector to ensure that Americans can continue to rely on safe drinking water and critical wastewater services. Based on current evidence, the risk to water supplies is low. Americans can continue to use and drink water from their tap as usual.
For more information on SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19) and drinking water and waste water, visit: https://www.epa.gov/coronavirus/coronavirus-and-drinking-water-and-wastewater.
EPA continues to expand its knowledge base and available resources on the coronavirus disease to reduce the risk of exposure to SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19). This research will help states, tribes, local, and territorial governments, including public health agencies, guide homeowners, business owners, and workplace managers to reduce the risk of exposure to SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19). For more information, visit: https://www.epa.gov/healthresearch/research-covid-19-environment.
For additional EPA resources on SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19), visit: https://www.epa.gov/coronavirus.
To learn more about EPA’s current initiatives to protect children where they live, learn, and play, please see EPA’s October 2020 brochure Protecting Children’s Environmental Health.
For additional information, visit: https://www.epa.gov/children.
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Ventilation and Coronavirus (COVID-19) | US EPA EPA recommends precautions to reduce the potential airborne transmission of the virus, such as ventilation and air filtration as a part of a larger strategy that includes minimizing close contact, surface cleaning, handwashing, and other precautions.
THE BENJAMIN HARRISON BRIDGE WILL BE CLOSED BETWEEN 7PM-5AM THE NEXT FIVE DAYS.
Get Involved in Your Community by Joining a
Prince George County Board, Committee, or Commission!
The Prince George County Board of Supervisors is seeking to fill existing vacancies on County Boards, Commissions, and Committees with qualified and interested County residents who have expressed a desire to serve the community in a special way. If you are interested, please fill out the application under the link Citizen Boards and Commissions in the dropdown menu under Departments, About County Government located on the County Website (www.princegeorgecountyva.gov) and return to County Administration, 6602 Courts Drive, Prince George, Virginia 23875 as soon as possible. If you have any questions, or would like to obtain an application in person, please call (804) 722-8600.
Complete List of Upcoming Appointments Expiring:
Industrial Development Authority (three vacancies August 1, 2020)
Building Code Appeals Board (currently vacant)
Social Services Advisory Board (August 13, 2020)
Board of Zoning Appeals (October 14, 2020)
Industrial Development Authority (November 10, 2020)
Virginia’s Gateway Region (December 31, 2020)
Board of Equalization of Assessments (December 31, 2020)
Planning Commission (December 31, 2020)
PUBLIC NOTICE Get Involved in Your Community by Joining a Prince George County Board, Committee, or Commission! The Prince George County Board of Supervisors is seeking to fill existing vacancies on County Boards, Commissions, and Committees with qualified and interested County residents who have expressed a desire to serve the community in a special way. If you are interested, please fill out the application under the link Citizen Boards and Commissions in the dropdown menu under Departments, About County Government located on the County Website (www.princegeorgecountyva.gov) and return to County Administration, 6602 Courts Drive, Prince George, Virginia 23875 as soon as possible. If you have any questions, or would like to obtain an application in person, please call (804) 722-8600. Complete List of Upcoming Appointments Expiring: Industrial Development Authority (three vacancies August 1, 2020) Building Code Appeals Board (currently vacant) Social Services Advisory Board (August 13, 2020) Board of Zoning Appeals (October 14, 2020) Industrial Development Authority (November 10, 2020) Virginia’s Gateway Region (December 31, 2020) Board of Equalization of Assessments (December 31, 2020) Planning Commission (December 31, 2020)
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