About The Coalition to Protect PWC

The Coalition to Protect Prince William County is a grassroots movement formed in response to Dominion Power’s proposal to erect 100-plus-foot-tall transmission towers for a single customer—Amazon.com, which is building a data center in Haymarket.

HOAs, local businesses, churches, charities, groups and individuals have joined the Coalition to protect the culture, history and environment of western Prince William County from these power lines.  The better alternative is to partially bury the transmission line along the Interstate 66 right-of-way.  On January 12th, Coalition members attended a town hall sponsored by Virginia Delegate Bob Marshall, where they shared concerns, and personal stories with county and state officials. Over 1,000 attended.

“Above-ground power towers would permanently damage businesses, hurt homeowners and blemish the rural community they traverse,” said Coalition Executive Director Elena Schlossberg.  “With this Coalition, the entire Haymarket community has come together to say ‘We will not be divided by new routes. We stand united.’”

Listed below are just some of Coalition members representing larger groups.  They as well as hundreds of individuals are  fighting to protect the Rural Crescent from Dominion’s proposed power towers.

Antioch Baptist Church

Autumn Oaks Homeowners Association

Creighton Enterprises

Dominion Valley Owners Association

Dragon Ridge Photography

Edge Hill Homeowners Association

Enfield Farm Homeowners Association

Evergreen Country Club

Evergreen Estates

Evergreen Farm Property Owners Association

Haymarket Evergreen Center

Heritage Hunt Homeowners Association

Loudoun Beekeepers Association

Middleburg Orange County Pony Club

Mountain Crest Estates Homeowners Assn

Piedmont Homeowners Association

Prince William Conservation Alliance

Prince William/Fairfax County Farm Bureau of Virginia

Rainbow Riding Therapeutic Center

Regency Homeowners Association

Rose Hill Estates Owners Association

Serve Our Willing Warriors

Shane’s Signs

Shelter Lakes Homeowners Association

Sons of Confederate Veterans

The Regency Homeowners Association

The Winery at La Grange

Thunder Oak Homeowners Association

TrueFarms