Prince William Forest Park and Manassas National Battlefield Park are being threatened with a new data center proposed by Prince William County.

Manassas National Battlefield welcomes nearly half a million visitors each year and it protects some of the most historic areas in our region; the site of two major battles during the Civil War.

It is currently threatened by a massive new data center development in Prince William County. Called the Prince William Digital Gateway, this proposal would construct 27 million square feet of data centers at the doorsteps of a national park.

This would be the equivalent of constructing 150 Wal-Mart Supercenters directly across the street from the Battlefield.

Approving this project would usher in more development applications, creating more damage and industrializing the county’s protected rural area.

Tell the Prince William Board of Supervisors to protect our landscape by rejecting the Prince William Digital Gateway!

Urge the Prince William Board of Supervisors to select an alternative location for these massive data centers.

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