Stafford Board of Supervisors

Committees on Which I Serve

Virginia Railway Express, Operations Board


Fredericksburg Area Metropolitan Planning Organization, Policy Committee


Potomac and Rappahannock Transportation Commission


Rappahannock Regional Solid Waste Management Board


Potomac Watershed Round Table


Virginia Land Conservation Foundation


Infrastructure Committee


Appointees to Commissions, Boards and Authorities

Telecommunications Commission

Brian A. Roinestad
1975 Jefferson Davis Highway
Stafford, VA 22401
(703) 376-7090

The commission promotes and encourages compliance with the franchise agreements among the cable companies operating within Stafford County, reviews and advises the Board on cable television services, telecommunications, broadband (both wireline and wireless) and local infrastructure issues, and promotes local community programming to keep citizens informed.

Utilities Commission

Mickey  Kwiatkowski
55 Winding Creek Rd
Stafford, VA 22554
(540) 659-8152

The Utilities Commission assists in the growth and development of the county’s utility systems by ensuring long-term self-sufficiency and the financial integrity of the utility enterprise fund.

Economic Development Authority

Jo Knight
2101 Jeffferson Davis Hwy
Stafford VA 22554
(540) 659-2192

The Stafford County Economic Development Authority (EDA) is a Board-appointed commission of Stafford County who assists in implementing the economic development goals of the Board of Supervisors.  The EDA is comprised of seven members, one representing each election district in Stafford, appointed by the Board of Supervisors.  Members serve four-year, staggered terms with the option of re-appointment.

Historical Commission

Kenneth W. Pitts
1300 Courthouse Road
P. O. Box 339
Stafford, VA 22555-0339

The Historical Commission’s role is to work towards the identification, evaluation and preservation of the county’s prehistoric, historic, and cultural resources. The seven board-appointed members provide general guidance on historical matters. The commission issues recommendations as a part of the development review process and requests for architectural and archaeological surveys.

Planning Commission

Sharon N. Bailey
1300 Courthouse Road
P. O. Box 339
Stafford, VA   22555

The Planning Commission is a body of seven citizens appointed by the Board of Supervisors. Each commissioner represents an election district. State Code requires that the Planning Commission review and make recommendations of the County’s Comprehensive Plan, changes to the subdivision and zoning ordinances, rezonings, and conditional use permits.
The Planning Commission has approval authority of preliminary subdivision plans, waivers of subdivision requirements, and requests for determination of compliance with the Comprehensive Plan. The subdivision ordinance allows the Planning Commission to have discretionary approval of any request for waivers of the subdivision ordinance requirements.

Agricultural Commission/ PDR

Benjamin Rudasil
1300 Courthouse Road
P. O. Box 339
Stafford, VA 22555

The Agricultural / Purchase of Development Rights (PDR) Committee is a body of seven citizens appointed by the Board of Supervisors. Each member represents an election district. The committee meets on the fourth Monday of each month at 7:00 PM. The purpose of the Committee is to address the problems of sustainable growth, preservation of rural lands, and promotion and facilitation of agriculture, environmental integrity, land values, and taxation.

PDR Program
The Committee works with the program administrator to promote the PDR Program and review applications from landowners who apply to the program. The PDR Program enables the county to acquire conservation easements voluntarily offered by property owners to limit further residential development.
The Planning and Zoning staff provides support to the Committee.

Board of Zoning Appeals

Dan S. Kim
1300 Courthouse Road
P. O. Box 339
Stafford, VA 22555
(540) 720-9447

The Board of Zoning Appeals (BZA) hears and decides appeals, grant variances, and special exceptions, impose conditions on variances and special exceptions regarding location, character, and other features of the proposed structure or use as it may deem necessary in the public interest.

Parks and Recreation Commission       

Roy Boswell

Acts as the advisory body to the Board of Supervisors concerning recreational policies, programs, finances, and the purchase or sale of property for recreation.

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