County Boards & Commissions
Local government representatives include both elected and appointed officials. To apply for a Community Service position on a Board, Commission, or Committee, please complete and submit a Community Service Application. (Note: The Board of Equalization has a different application form - see below.)
You are always welcome to submit an application - whether the Board/Commission/Committee in which you're interested currently has vacancies or not. All applications are kept on file for two (2) years.
If you prefer a printable form rather than a fillable one, please click here.
- Board of Equalization (BOE) - Special Application Form
- Local Board of Building Code Appeals (LBBCA)
- Social Services Advisory Board (SSAB) - One representative from each District needed
- VA250 Planning Committee
- Wetlands Board
King William County VA250 planning committee
The Virginia America 250 Commission (VA250) was created in 2020 by the General Assembly to prepare for and commemorate the 250th anniversary of Virginia’s participation in American independence. Local committees will aid in planning and coordinating programs occurring within the locality for the commemoration period of 2022-2026 with support from the Board of Supervisors.
The King William County VA250 Planning Committee will include representatives from tourism, education, economic development, museums and historic sites, local historical and cultural groups, universities and colleges, Tribal representatives, and government representatives. All interested citizens are encouraged to apply using the standard Community Service Application. For more information, please contact the Deputy Clerk to the Board of Supervisors.