This is a services area list of towns in the Commonwealth of Virginia in the United States which are readily served by RodwellBuildingServices. An incorporated town in Virginia is the equivalent of a city in most other states, i.e. a municipality which is part of a county. Incorporated cities in Virginia are independent jurisdictions and separate from any county. As of 2016, there are 190 incorporated towns, some of which are more populous than many independent cities, but are not incorporated as cities and are therefore situated within a parent county or counties.
New towns may be incorporated but must have a minimum population of 1,000 residents. Cities with populations of less than 50,000 are eligible to become towns through reversion. For a complete list of independent cities, see List of cities in Virginia. For major unincorporated population centers, see List of unincorporated communities in Virginia.
Please study Northern Virginia deliberately! Especially when the subject is School-Districts. These limited listing will be updated more frequently that the other jurisdictions in our services areas.
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|County||County seat||Year Est.||Origin||Pop.||Area||Map|
|Arlington County||Arlington||1846||Annexed from the District of Columbia, having previously been part of Fairfax County prior to the district's formation. Arlington House, The Robert E. Lee Memorial, originally called Alexandria County; renamed in 1920||229,164||26 sq mi
|Fairfax County||Fairfax||1742||From Prince William County
Thomas Fairfax, 6th Lord Fairfax of Cameron, the only British noble resident in Virginia
|1,142,234||396 sq mi
|Fauquier County||Warrenton||1759||From Prince William County
Francis Fauquier, colonial lieutenant governor of Virginia
|68,782||650 sq mi
|King George County||King George||1721||From Richmond County
George I of Great Britain
|25,515||180 sq mi
|Loudoun County||Leesburg||1757||From Fairfax County. John Campbell, 4th Earl of Loudoun, British Commander-in-Chief, North America during the Seven Years' War||375,629||520 sq mi
|Prince William County||Manassas||1731||From Stafford and King George counties. Prince William Augustus, son of George II||451,721||338 sq mi
|Spotsylvania County||Spotsylvania Courthouse||1721||Spotsylvania County was established in 1721 from Essex, King and Queen, and King William counties. Alexander Spotswood, colonial lieutenant governor of Virginia||130,475||401 sq mi
|Stafford County||Stafford||1664||From part of Westmoreland County. Stafford, England||142,003||270 sq mi
List of independent cities
|Alexandria||1902||From Alexandria County
before 1870. Phillip & John Alexander, brothers and area plantation owners
|147,391||15 sq mi
|Fairfax||1961||From Fairfax County. Thomas Fairfax, 6th Lord Fairfax of Cameron, only British noble resident in colonial Virginia||21,498||6 sq mi
|Falls Church||1948||From Fairfax County. The Falls Church||12,332||2.1 sq mi
|Manassas||1975||From Prince William County. Manassas Gap Railroad||40,605||10 sq mi
|Manassas Park||1975||From Prince William County. Manassas Gap Railroad and Manassas National Battlefield Park||14,273||2.5 sq mi