Located in Northern Virginia, and considered part of the Washington-Metro Area, Fairfax may be a small town of just under 23,000 (according to the 2010 census), but it also offers easy access to the sights, sounds, experiences – and jobs – in Washington, D.C. And between the incredible number of Fairfax community resources and the world-class theaters, museums, monuments, sports venues and history that surrounds the city, Fairfax really does offer something for everyone.
However, having been founded in 1805 – and developed at a time before modern “city planning” came of age, Fairfax boasts roads that curve and meander in all manner of ways and isn’t always easy to navigate. In fact, even for those who have lived here for years, it can still be a challenge. So, to help you find the services you need, we’ve compiled a list of Fairfax, Virginia, local resources that can help make life in this beautiful, historic city even better.
In addition to these local resources for Fairfax, VA, be sure to check out the City of Fairfax, where you’ll find helpful information on the city’s transportation services, permits, civic associations, farmers’ market, cultural arts programs, area schools and more.
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