Prince William County

With its mix of historical charm and direct access to major highways, Prince William County is a popular place to live. Residents have many options for entertainment, including outlet shopping, cheering on their own minor league baseball team or enjoying outdoor dining in historic Occoquan.

 

Demographics | Housing | Schools | Transportation | Attractions | Taxes


Demographics

 Land Area  348 Square Miles
 Population  454,091
 Median Age  35.1

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Housing

 Number of Households  146,418
 Average Household Income  $125,381
 Average Home Sold Price  $408,994
 Average Detached Home Sold Price  $434,684
 


Schools

 School Enrollment  90,840
 Graduation Rate  92.1%
 Average SAT Score  1100
 Cost Invested Per Pupil  $11,633


Transportation

Many Arlington workers choose to live in Prince William County. Although the County spans a large area, many destinations in Prince William County will have you in Arlington in under an hour. Though there are no Metrorail stations in Prince William County, the VRE train system is a great option for those who prefer to utilize public transportation.
 


Attractions


Taxes

 State Income Tax (VA)  5.75%
 Real Property Tax Rate  $1.195 per $100 Assessed Value
 Vehicle Tax  $3.700 per $100 Assessed Value 
 Sales Tax (Combined State and Local)  6.0%