• From Manassas Park Fire & Rescue

    From Manassas Park Fire & Rescue

    This Jr. Firefighter reminds everyone that smoke alarms save lives! Make sure they are properly installed and working.
  • 5th Grade Music Program

    5th Grade Music Program

    Manassas Park City Schools provides an exciting band program for all students beginning in the fifth grade.
  • New Mural at Central Library

    New Mural at Central Library

    Located in the new Early Literacy Center at 8601 Mathis Ave., this mural features characters from nursery rhymes in a Manassas setting.
  • Community Center Indoor Pool

    Community Center Indoor Pool

    This NCAA short course certified pool has eight 25-yd. lanes, zero depth entry and a spa. It’s the venue for public swimming, swimming lessons, group exercise classes and league swim meets.
  • Railroad Office Building

    Railroad Office Building

    This 30,000-square-foot structure with three floors is one of the newer office buildings in the city. Space is still available for lease.
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Welcome to the City of Manassas Park

Manassas Park is an independent jurisdiction in Northern Virginia, approximately 30 miles southwest of Washington, DC. The city borders Prince William County and the City of Manassas. It is primarily residential in nature within close proximity to interstate and railway transportation into the heart of the Greater Metropolitan Washington DC area.

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City News & Announcements

  • Registrar Announcement: Call for Primary Elections for June 8, 2021 +

    Please note the below notice requesting the calling of Primary Elections on Tuesday, June 8, 2021.    Read More
  • City Announcement: Decal Enforcement Starts Monday, March 1, 2021 +

    Please note the below message regarding city decal enforcement. On June 4, 2019, the Manassas Park Governing Body adopted an ordinance that reinstated the use of annual vehicle decals. The ordinance requires a decal to be affixed to any vehicles registered in the City of Manassas Park no later than Read More
  • Registrar Announcement: Voter Registration Closed 12:15 PM February 25, 2021 for Risk Limit Audit +

    On February 25, 2021 the office of Voter Registration will be closed beginning at 12:15 PM to conduct a Risk Limit Audit for the November 3, 2020 election. The two offices that will be audited are the office of the President and the Senate. The audit is being conducted by Read More
  • General Announcement: Prince William Health District Message Regarding New Statewide Vaccine Pre-Registration System Starting February 16, 2021 +

    Residents are encouraged to view the below message from the Prince William Health District regarding the State of Virginia' new Statewide Vaccine Pre-Registration System. Particularly of note, as the Virginia Department of Health transitions to this new centralized COVID 19 vaccination pre-registration system, the Prince William Health District (PWHD) Waitlist Read More
  • Treasurer Announcement: January 2021 Water Bill +

    Please note that due to a recent COVID interruption with City staff combined with a software issue with the City’s utility billing vendor, the January water bill will cover a longer than usual time period. The City anticipates a shorter billing period for February to help lessen the impact, then Read More
  • City Newsletter January 2021 +

    Click here for the January 2021 newsletter Read More
  • Commissioner of Revenue Announcement: Business License Renewal due February 1, 2021 +

    Please note that Business License renewal applications are due on or before February 1, 2021. The renewal applications were mailed out last week, but if you did not receive one, you can get an application on the City’s website, under the downloadable forms button. If you have any questions, please Read More
  • City Announcement: COVID-19 Municipal Utility Relief Program +

    The City of Manassas Park is committed to assisting residents who may be facing financial hardships due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The City of Manassas Park has been granted funds by Virginia for the COVID-19 Municipal Utility Relief Program, which provides residents and local businesses payment assistance on deliquent Water Read More
  • City Announcement: Christmas Tree Pickup and Snow Emergency Routes +

    Residents are encouraged to review the below Seasonal Reminders: Christmas Tree Collection: Christmas tree collection will begin on Dec. 28, 2020 and will end on Jan. 29, 2021. Curbside collection of Christmas Trees applies to “cut” trees only. Live trees with attached root ball will not be picked up. Trees Read More
  • General Announcement: Letter from Prince William Health District Regarding COVID-19 Vaccines +

    Residents are invited to view the below letter from the Prince William Health District (PWHD) regarding COVID-19 vaccines.  Please contact the PWHD at 703-792-6333 if you have any questions.  Thank you!    Read More
  • City Announcement: City Hall Reopens 12/21/20 with Appointments Only / Decal Enforcement starts 2/1/21 +

    To our residents and the Manassas Park Community, We are pleased to announce that we've taken actions to mitigate the risk of COVID-19 from the recent exposure case in the Treasurer's Office. Effective Monday, 12/21/20, all City Hall offices will re-open on an Appointments Only basis. Additionally, we have been Read More
  • City Announcement: Parking Restrictions on Snow Emergency Routes +

    The Manassas Park Department of Public Works would like to remind you that parking is prohibited on all snow emergency routes during a declared snow emergency. When the City Manager issues a snow emergency declaration, a parking prohibition on all streets designated as snow emergency routes will go into effect Read More
  • COVID-19 Notice- Update to Constitutional Offices +

    To our residents, as an update to our safety measures for our customers and our staff, starting today, Tuesday, 12/15, the Treasurer’s Office will take all payments through the night box to limit potential exposure of COVID-19. There will be no penalties or interest until 12/31. For all other customer Read More
  • General Announcement: Governor Issued Executive Order 72 +

    Please see the full EO here.  Read More
  • COVID-19 Notice- Constitutional Offices Closed to Public +

    Our Treasurer’s Office has been exposed to COVID-19 with a positive test result confirmed. To avoid exposure to the public, the Treasurer and Commissioner’s Offices will be serving customers by phone only (City Hall Lobby will be closed) until further COVID-19 test results can be provided and we can ensure Read More
  • City Announcement: Comment Period Opens for Preliminary Flood Insurance Study / Preliminary Flood Insurance Rate Maps +

    The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) issued a Preliminary Flood Insurance Study (FIS) and Preliminary Flood Insurance Rate Maps (FIRMs) for Prince William County, Virginia, on September 30, 2020. These maps include an update of floodplain boundaries based on previous analyses and updated topographic information for Zone AE areas (those Read More
  • City Announcement: Select Incorrect Water Bills +

    October 20, 2020 To our Residents and the Manassas Park Community, The City is aware that several Water and Sewer Customers, 26 total (residential and commercial), have received water bills that may show an incorrect amount - that is significantly higher than normal. This is due to a translation error in Read More
  • City Newsletter October 2020 +

    Click here for the October 2020 newsletter Read More
  • City Announcement: Parking Enforcement Virtual Town Hall +

    The City invites residents to participate in a virtual Town Hall on September 29, 2020 at 7 PM. The Town Hall is intended to serve as a public forum for discussion on two key topics: parking and community maintenance (code enforcement). See here for details. Additionally, residents are invited to Read More
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