Prince William is located in Northern Virginia, approximately 30 miles southwest of Washington, D.C. The County encompasses an area of 348 square miles, 18.8% of which is federally owned land.
Prince William’s location in the Metropolitan Washington, D.C. area and the availability of excellent transportation in the region is a catalyst for growth in the County which continues to provide numerous economic advantages. Interstate 95 and U.S. Highway 1 connect the County with Washington, D. C. to the north and Richmond, Virginia to the south. Interstate 66 connects the western portion of the County with Washington, D.C. to the east and Interstate 81 to the west. The Route 234 Bypass links Interstate 66 in the west.
Relocating to Prince William, VA?
Named as one of the best places to live, and one of the wealthiest communities in the United States - Prince William, Virginia is an amazing place to live, work - and of course - PLAY!
Relocating to Prince William, Virginia is incredible as it is surrounded by two major airports - Washington Dulles International Airport and Washington Reagan National Airport, situated near two major interstates I-66 and I-95 and is connected via rail to Amtrak and the Virginia Railway Express/VRE.
As a Community of Choice - Prince William, Virginia is home to a plentitude of parks, libraries, award-winning schools, open space, major employers, and a government that provides exemplary resident and business services.
With amazing vibrant communities such as Woodbridge, Dumfries, Yorkshire, Quantico, Haymarket, Nokesville, Gainesville, Bristow, Manassas, Dale City, Occoquan, Lake Ridge, Montclair and others - Prince William is perfect for your new home.