Anti-Litter Council

Meeting Information 
Regular Meetings

  • 1 p.m. (as needed)
  • The 2nd Wednesday of every month
  • Village Building Extension Conference Room
    3910 Old Buckingham Road
    Powhatan, VA 23139

Meeting Notifications

Meetings shall be posted on the County website calendar and are open to the public.

Agendas & Minutes

Agendas are available prior to the meetings. Minutes are available following approval.
View Most Recent Agendas and Minutes


A chair, vice chair, and a secretary shall be chosen from within the voting membership of the council to serve a one- year term. The council chairman shall appoint the chairman of each of 3 subcommittees:

  • Education
  • Judicial
  • Programs


  • Members shall serve a 3-year term.
  • New members may be appointed to serve the unexpired term of any member who leaves office.
  • Members may serve an unlimited number of terms and may be removed from the council by majority vote of the Board of Supervisors.
  • If any member misses more than 3 meetings in one year, that member shall no longer be a Council member.


The Powhatan County Anti-Litter Council is a group of county and state employees, local business owners and involved citizens who are working to raise awareness in regard to litter and recycling efforts. It is composed of up to 7 voting members appointed by the Board of Supervisors including 1 Board of Supervisors member or Planning Commission member from any electoral district.


The Council strives to achieve a reputation for Powhatan as a clean, litter-free county with a strong sense of community and enhanced quality of life for its citizens. The Council raises awareness, and increases involvement among Powhatan citizens and businesses by initiating:
  • Educational programs
  • Public relations material
  • Recognition programs
  • Recycling and cleanup events
  • Special events
The Council will work with county officials, government agencies and state lawmakers to communicate ideas and concerns for improving existing laws and future legislation that will reduce litter and increase recycling activities. Furthermore, the Council will work with local law enforcement agencies and courts to enforce current and future anti-litter laws.


There is no compensation for serving on this council.

Volunteers Wanted

Powhatan County Anti-Litter Council is presently seeking new members to volunteer with this organization. If you have an interest in assisting in the fulfillment of the Council's mission, please contact the Virginia Cooperative Extension Powhatan Office, at 804-598-5640 for details.