from Prince William County Reports published by the Prince William Board of County Supervisors
Winter 2012 p. 15
“We have accomplished many great things in the Woodbridge Magisterial District during the past four years, and I look forward to building on this momentum. We will continue to implement our vision of a New Woodbridge. A vision the community developed through a charrette and numerous summits, workshops and town hall meetings. We will focus on improved economic development, multimodal solutions to traffic congestion and the revitalization of our older neighborhoods.
“In four years, we will look back with satisfaction at the progress we have made. Our goal is to manage growth and redevelopment in ways that will provide ‘smart’ transit-oriented mixed-use communities where residents and workers can easily walk to recreation, shopping and employment.
“We will see continued growth at Stonebridge Town Center. The completion of Phase II will add additional upscale restaurants, retail and office space to the Woodbridge District.
“The expansion of Route 1 from Neabsco Mills Road to Featherstone Road and from Mary’s Way to Annapolis Way will be well underway, opening the opportunity to move forward with the redevelopment of North Woodbridge as a transit-oriented mixed-use community. In addition, we will work with regional stakeholders to complete a market analysis for passenger ferry service and the feasibility of bringing Metro to the Woodbridge District.
“Future growth must involve our older commercial and residential areas. I will continue to encourage strict enforcement of zoning laws, proactive business and neighborhood sweeps, and resident involvement to improve the appearance of our community. Additional sidewalks and trails will allow all our residents the opportunity to enjoy our parks and waterfront.
“We need your help to continue our progress. Please consider being engaged by joining the civic association, participating in an upcoming litter clean up or attending a future town hall meeting. For more information, go to www.NewWoodbridge.org or call 703-792-4646.”