This City Center development project has nearly
400,000 square feet of residential, office and retail space.
City Police; Protect and Serve
This police cruiser continues to patrol the city
streets and often appears at events to promote
breast cancer awareness and research.
Manassas Park Annual Light Parade
This 8th Annual Night Parade is unique to Manassas Park.
On December 14, a variety of illuminated vehicles will
roll rain, sleet or snow.
Designed as a full-service site, the 80,000-sq.-ft. Center
is more than just an active recreation facility. It
serves as a modern physical resource and functioning
contributor to the delivery of human services to citizens.
City’s Commuter Rail Station
About 30 miles from Washington, D.C., Manassas Park
is a stop on the Virginia Railway Express (VRE) commuter system.
Manassas Park Schools
One of only ten top examples of sustainable architecture and green design in the Unites States.
American Institute of Architects Committee on the Environment
Manassas Park National Night Out
The City and area law enforcement agencies host this annual event to unite the community & promote crime prevention.
Our Country’s History
Historical markers reflect and preserve the area’s Civil War history. This Signal Hill monument marks the spot where flag signals were first used to warn troops.
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Welcome to the City of Manassas Park
Manassas Park is an independent jurisdiction in Northern Virginia, approximately 30 miles southwest of Washington, DC. The city borders Prince William County and the City of Manassas. It is primarily residential in nature within close proximity to interstate and railway transportation into the heart of the Greater Metropolitan Washington DC area.