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Why Vienna, VA Could be Your Next Hometown
Overview of the city

Vienna is a town in Fairfax County, Virginia, United States, known for having many of the highly ranked public schools in North America. The town boasts of a downtown with a Washington Metro station with the western terminus of the Orange Line (large parking garages) south of the town, many small businesses, and a portion of the Washington & Old Dominion Railroad Regional Park biker/hiker trail which runs through the city center.

General Information

Vienna is not far from Wolf Trap National Park for the Performing Arts and a residential and shopping district, Tysons Corner. The town has a population of 15,687 residents, with a growth of about 8% over the past 15 years. Today, the town has a 3.6% of its population married, while the median age is 39.4 years.

In the United States, Vienna is one of the places with a high cost of living. For instance, the median cost of homes is $700,900. However, there are many jobs here, with just 3.6 unemployment rate, one of the lowest in the country, and even lower than the US average of 6.3%.

Of the 5,440 total housing units in the town, 5,357 of them are occupied, while 83 or less than 100 are always vacant. Though only about 472 of them were built after 2000 as of 2014, many of the old ones built in the 1950's and 1960's have been renovated in recent years and look very new with all services such as telephone, water and electricity available. About 39.7% of the housing units have 2 to 3 bedrooms and 55.7% have at least 4 bedrooms.

Location and Neighboring Cities

Some of the neighboring cities of Vienna are Tysons Green, Vienna Woods, Old Courthouse, Clarks Crossing, Stonewall Manor, Fairlee, Madrillon Farms, Dunn Loring Woods, Enola, Tysons Corner, Four Corners, Ash Grove, Boulevard Estates, Oakton, Howard, Dunn Loring, Glenmere and Merrifield.

What the City is Known For

· 1 Most Secure Large Cities in America

· 1 Best Extra Large Metro Areas for Teleworking

· 2 Healthiest Cities

· 4 Best Airports to Make a Connection

· 4 Most Gender Balanced Cities

· 7 Cities on the Edge of Greatness

· 14 Most Single Cities

· 9 Most Secure Places to Live in the U.S.

· 15 Cities with the Most Competitive Private Colleges

· 19 Cities with the Most Competitive Public Colleges

· 18 Best Cities for Sleep

· 22 Cities with the Most Popular Cities for the Holidays

· 26 Fiscally Fit Cities

· 25 Best Cities for Seniors

· 26 Sleepless Cities

· 29 Most Romantic Cities for Boomers

· 31 America's Best and Worst Cities for Crime

· 36 Best Baseball Cities

· 34 Manliest Sports Cities in America

· 40 Best Block Party Places

· 46 America's Best Cities for Dating

· 42 Americas Manliest Cites

· 50 Most Energetic Cities

· 87 Best Green Cities

Vienna Main Transportation System

In Vienna, 67% of the residents use their own cars in traveling, while 10% make use of mass transit. These are lower than the US average, which are 76% and 5% respectively. Huge traffic is not often experienced in Vienna as in most other cities. For instance, 51% of the residents spend less than 29 minutes in getting to their destinations, thanks to good mass transit system made available by the government.

Vienna Standard of Living

Vienna is one of the places with good standard of living because there are thousands of jobs for residents. There are even many Vienna employees living in neighboring cities. The companies offering thousands of jobs are Fairfax County Public Schools, Navy Federal Credit Union, Town of Vienna, Westwood Country Club, Wheat's Landscape, Cardiovascular Management Group, Whole Foods Market, Giant Food, Contemporary Electrical Services and United States Postal Service.