Fauquier County is a unique and thriving locality, strategically located 40 miles southwest of Washington D.C. (and part of the Washington D.C. Standard Metropolitan Statistical Area). Access to robust local and regional economies among a beautiful and mostly rural Virginia Piedmont setting makes Fauquier County a highly attractive location to live and work. The County is home to 43 villages and three incorporated towns. The majority of county development is located within 8 designated Service Districts: Bealeton, Catlett, Marshall, Midland, New Baltimore, Opal, Remington and Warrenton. These Service Districts comprise less than 10% of county land, leaving the majority of county lands rural.
The Planning Department provides current demographic data for use by County staff, elected officials and members of the general public. For specific inquiries, use the contact information posted on the right side of the page.
|General Population Stats||Fauquier County||Virginia|
|Land area in square miles, 2010||647.45||39,490.09|
|Persons per square mile, 2010||100.7||202.6|
|Population, 2017 estimate||69,465||8,470,020|
|Population, percent change -
April 1, 2010 to July 1, 2017
|Additional Stats||Fauquier County|
|Housing units, 2017||26,832|
|Building permits, 2017||380|
|High school graduate or higher, 2012-2016||91.5%|
|Bachelor's degree or higher, 2012-2016||33.5%|
|Median household income,
|Persons below poverty level, percent, 2012-2016||5.8%|