Falls Church

Welcome to Falls Church, Virginia: Where History Meets Modern Convenience

Just a stone's throw away from the heart of Washington, DC, and nestled between the vibrant communities of Arlington and Alexandria, Falls Church encompasses both the City of Falls Church and select areas in Fairfax County. This unique location provides residents with the best of both worlds – easy access to the nation's capital and all its amenities, as well as the charm of a tight-knit community.

A Hub of Connectivity

Falls Church is well-connected to the region's transportation network. With two Metro stations and a robust bus system, you can easily access the world-class museums, restaurants, and entertainment options of Washington, DC. Commuters love the convenience of getting to work without the hassle of traffic.

Local Delights Abound

But there's more to Falls Church than just being a commuter's dream. This community offers a wealth of local delights. You don't have to venture far to find a variety of restaurants, recreational opportunities, and entertainment options right in your neighborhood.

Falls Church is steeped in history and small-town charm. On weekends, immerse yourself in the lively atmosphere of the farmers market. Here, you can shop for locally sourced items, including organic produce and farm-fresh eggs, while enjoying the company of friendly neighbors.

Find Your Dream Home

When it comes to real estate, Falls Church offers a diverse range of options. Whether you're in the market for a loft-style condo, a comfortable townhome, or a spacious single-family house, Falls Church has something to suit every taste and lifestyle. If lakefront living is your dream, don't miss the enchanting Lake Barcroft area of Falls Church. (For more about this area, see our separate page for Lake Barcroft).

Explore Falls Church Further

There's so much more to discover about Falls Church and its real estate market. If you'd like to learn more about life in this wonderful community, explore housing options, or need assistance finding the perfect home or preparing your Falls Church property for sale, we're here to help.

Helpful Online Resources for Falls Church

  • City of Falls Church Official WebsiteDive into the official website of the City of Falls Church for information on local government services, community events, and resources.
  • Falls Church News-PressStay up-to-date with the latest news and happenings in Falls Church through the Falls Church News-Press.
  • Falls Church City Public Schools  or Fairfax County Public SchoolsDiscover the excellent educational opportunities offered by Falls Church City Public Schools (serving residents of Falls Church City) and Fairfax County Public schools (serving residents in Fairfax County areas of Falls Church).
  • Falls Church Chamber of CommerceExplore resources for local businesses and learn more about the thriving business community in Falls Church.
  • Historic Sites:  Take a look at some of Falls Church's history and landmarks.
  • Restaurants, Events and MoreThe Fairfax County (surrounding Falls Church City) official tourism website provides information about nearby attractions, events, and dining options.
  • Area Parks:  Enrich your quality of life through engagement with Fairfax County's park system.

Falls Church, Virginia, offers the perfect blend of urban convenience and small-town charm. We invite you to explore this vibrant community further and discover all that it has to offer. Whether you're a current resident or considering making Falls Church your home, you'll find a welcoming and enriching community here.

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Demographics and Employment Data for Falls Church, VA

Falls Church has 5,630 households, with an average household size of 2.57. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau. Here’s what the people living in Falls Church do for work — and how long it takes them to get there. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau. 14,494 people call Falls Church home. The population density is 7,082.54 and the largest age group is Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.


Total Population


Population Density Population Density This is the number of people per square mile in a neighborhood.


Median Age

49.86 / 50.14%

Men vs Women

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10-17 Years


18-24 Years


25-64 Years


65-74 Years


75+ Years

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  • Less Than 9th Grade
  • High School Degree
  • Associate Degree
  • Bachelor Degree
  • Graduate Degree

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Commute Time

0 to 14 Minutes
15 to 29 Minutes
30 to 59 Minutes
60+ Minutes
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