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Located approximately 30 miles southwest of Washington, D.C., Manassas Park offers a laid-back family-friendly environment with urban amenities. As the youngest city in Virginia, Manassas Park’s quickly growing business-friendly environment provides a perfect place for new residents and developments. The local planning office supports new and existing businesses on Manassas Park land and farms, offering them development support and economic incentives. Manassas Park City Schools maintains four local K-12 public schools, all accredited by the Virginia Board of Education. It has been listed as one of the safest communities in the Commonwealth of Virginia, lending a feeling of security to life in Manassas Park. Manassas Park is bordered by Prince William County and the independent city of Manassas. Virginia State Route 28 connects land and farms in Manassas Park to the rest of the state, as well as the nation’s capital.
Named one of Money magazine’s “Top 100 Best Small Cities in America,” Manassas Park land and farms offer estates of all sizes and price ranges, farmland, commercial and recreational land, and acreages. The city is friendly to new developers, offering state-of-the-art homes and commercial properties at reasonable prices. For recreation, Manassas Park’s Parks & Recreation Department maintains a public pool, several local parks, and the city’s five historic sites which include the civil-war-era Georgia Cemetery and the Signal Hill monument. The Parks & Rec department also offers summer and afterschool camps for the city’s youth, as well as fitness and sports leagues for all ages. Manassas Park City Library offers educational events and activities for everyone in the family.
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