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Why Woodbridge, VA Could be Your Next Hometown

Overview of the city

Woodbridge is a town in Prince William County, Virginia, United States, with various amenities offered to residents and visitors, including the Potomac Festival Shopping Centers and the Potomac Mills shopping mall. The town is served by the Prince William County Public Schools and Sentara Northern Virginia Medical Center. It is a suburban city because it has a large percentage of its residents are employed in the neighboring Washington, D.C.

General Information

Many recreational opportunities are available for the resident and visitors of Woodbridge. For instance, a natural habitat is the Occoquan Bay National Wildlife Refuge with a variety of plant and animal life including the ospreys and bald eagles.

The town has a population of 4,055 residents with a median age of 34 years and with over 54% of them married. The median home value is $265,100, each having various types of services, including water, telephone and electricity. The rate of unemployment is 4.2%, while the US average is 6.3%, making Woodbridge to be one of the destinations for Americans looking for good jobs.

Location and Neighboring Cities

Woodbridge has the 38°38′37″N 77°15′39″W coordinates, and is located 20 miles south of Washington, D.C., bounded by the Potomac and Occoquan rivers. The town's other cultural resources include Rippon Lodge. Some of the neighboring cities of Woodbridge are River Bend Estates, Holly Acres Mobile Home Park, Marumsco Village, Marumsco Acres, Colchester, Bayside Park, Marumsco, Bel Air Mobile Home Park, Harbor View, Featherstone, Marumsco Hills, Featherstone Mobile Home Park, Featherstone Shores, Occoquan, Agnewville, Gunston Heights, Gleatons Mobile Home Park and Belmont Park.

What the City is Known For

Woodbridge, though is expensive, it has a good environment for those willing to move there. The city is even known as one of the:

· 9 Most Secure Large Cities in the U.S.

· 31 Best Extra Large Metro Areas for Teleworking

· 2 Healthiest Cities

· 4 Best Airports to Make a Connection

· 4 Most Gender Balanced Cities in America

· 8 Cities on the Edge of Greatness

· 14 Most Single Cities

· 9 Most Playful Cities in America

· 15 Most Competitive Private Colleges

· 22 Most Popular Towns for the Holidays

· 19 Most Competitive Public Colleges

· 25 Best Places for Seniors in America

· 29 America's Most Romantic Cities for Boomers

· 26 Fiscally Fit Cities

· 34 Manliest Sports Cities in America

· 40 Best Block Party Places

· 36 Best Baseball Cities

· 46 Best Cities for Dating in America

· 87 Best Green Places

· 50 Most Energetic Towns

Woodbridge Main Transportation System

Woodbridge has more than 70% of its population using own cars in traveling, though this is still lower than the national average of 76%. About 15% make use of carpool while 9% the mass transit. In Woodbridge, transportation includes access to two VRE commuter train stations, Interstate 95, a local "slugging" system and bus service. Thus, the residents have many transit options.

The backbone of the region is Prince William Parkway, linking the city to I-95 and running through Woodbridge Magisterial District. The I-95 corridor and U.S. 1 (Jefferson Davis Highway) is connected by Virginia Route 123 to points north and west and terminates ultimately in McLean, Virginia.

Woodbridge Neighborhood

Woodbridge is one of the cities with many good neighborhoods in the country. The high level of development the city has today started in the mid-1980s, after becoming a municipality largely composed of either industrial complexes or farms.

There are 1,803 occupied housing units, with 25.5%, 31.7%, 12.6% and 13.8% costing $150,000, $100,000 - $149,999, $75,000 - $99,999 and $50,000 - $74,999 respectively. Of those 1,803 units, 945 were built between 2000 and 2009, meaning that new residents can always enjoy many of the most modern houses available in the country. Residents of those housing units are served by Potomac Mills Mall, a very large shopping center in northern Virginia.