Welcome to the citizen's web site for Wendy Maurer, Rock Hill District Representative, Stafford County Board of Supervisors. Please use this site to learn about what is happening in Stafford, connect with Supervisor Maurer, and stay involved in your community.
Before being elected to the Stafford Board of Supervisors Board in November 2015, Wendy served on the Stafford County Economic Development Authority, the Embrey Mill Community Development Authority, the Utilities Commission, and the Stafford County Technology and Research Park Board. Through many years of public service, she came to learn about the various issues and challenges you care about in the Rock Hill District.
As the Rock Hill District Representative, Wendy is working every day to tackle the issues facing Stafford residents. She spearheaded the Lake Arrowhead Dam issues, has been a champion of fiscal responsibility, fiercely fought to manage growth, and is bringing transparency to local decisions.
In 2001, Wendy searched the country for the best place to live and raise a family. The place she chose was Stafford County. Wendy moved her young family from the west coast in 2001 because of the opportunities, schools, and quality of life in Stafford County.
Wendy is a small business owner and is currently serving as Chief Operations Officer for a defense contractor and technology company. She is married to Dirk Maurer and is a parent of three children. They reside in the Berkshire neighborhood of Stafford County.
As the Rock Hill District representative for the Stafford County Board of Supervisors, I want you to know what issues are most important to me. More importantly, I would like to hear from you as to what issues you think should be addressed in the Rock Hill District. Take my survey to share your thoughts.
- Address congestion on our roads and improve road safety.
- Bring needed improvements to our public roads
Growth and Residential Development
- Ensure development pays for itself.
- Commitment to updating and following Comprehensive Plan.
-Addressing large class sizes and overcrowding in Stafford County Public Schools.
- Increase teacher pay.
- Bring high-tech jobs to Stafford.
- Reduce burdensome regulations and red tape.
- Keep taxes low.