DALE CITY CIVIC ASSOCIATION
The Dale City Civic Association represents the interests of the residents of Dale City in a manner that benefits
our entire community. The DCCA sponsors college scholarships, annual awards for outstanding citizens, the July
4th Parade, and more. The DCCA is looking for more citizens to join their membership.
Their meetings are the 2nd Thursday of the month at 7:30 p.m. at the Birchdale
Recreation Center, 14730 Birchdale Avenue.
HABITAT FOR HUMANITY
Habitat for Humanity seeks to eliminate poverty housing and to make decent shelter a
matter of conscience and action. They invite people from all walks of life and faiths to work together in partnership
to build and repair houses with families in need. There are certain criteria to meet for eligibility. See contacts for more information.
The Habitat ReStore receives building materials, both new and gently used, that have been donated
by corporations, home construction companies, and individuals. Items that are not able to be used directly by Habitat
for Humanity in their home building and repair programs are sold at the ReStore to the general public at 40% to 90% off retail
prices. Proceeds from the ReStore go into Habitat's building programs, helping to provide adequate housing and home repairs
for local families. The ReStore is located at 9506 Center Street, Manassas. The phone number is 703-369-6145.
Keep Prince William Beautiful , formerly the Prince William Clean Community Council, provides useful information and ideas on how to keep Prince William
County clean, safe, and beautiful. Visit the website to find out about the many programs supported, e.g., Adopt-A-Spot, by KPWB. If you would like to become a volunteer, call 571-285-3772.
LINDENDALE COMMUNITY GROUP
To see what's going on in our neighboring community, visit Lindendale.
NEABSCO ACTION ALLIANCE
The mission of the Neabsco Action Alliance
(NAA) is to beautify and improve the appearance of the Neabsco District neighborhoods and businesses. NAA will address
issues regarding beautification, economic development, environmental concerns, land use, revitalization and transportation.
NAA meets at 7:00 pm on the second Tuesday of the month. See calendar on website for meeting dates and location.
PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY GOVERNMENT
The Prince William County Government's website provides a wealth of information applicable to county residents. Some of the services provided by the
county include: property code enforcement, planning and zoning, emergency preparedness, county ordinances, educational
opportunities, taxes and assessments, courts and judicial services, and much more.