Role & Responsibilities
King William County is governed by a five-member Board of Supervisors elected by district. For information about the specific roles of the Board of Supervisors, please refer to the King William County Code of Ordinances.
King William County envisions a united community built on the foundation of its past, the strength of its diverse population and the promise of future generations by focusing on quality of education for all citizens, quality of public services and quality of life balancing rural and suburban lifestyles.
The Board of Supervisors meets at 7pm on the 4th Monday of every month with exceptions in May, November and December (due to holidays). Board meetings take place in the Board Room of the King William County Administration Building (180 Horse Landing Road). Meetings are open to the public.
Agendas & Meeting Minutes
Meeting minutes are also available from this site.
2nd District: Courthouse & Sweet Hall
Travis J. Moskalski
1st District: West Point
William L. Hodges
4th District: Manquin
David E. Hansen
5th District: Mangohick
Robert W. Ehrhart