Demographics & Data
Fairfax County is a diverse and
thriving urban county. As the most populous jurisdiction in both
Virginia and the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area, the county's
population exceeds that of eight states and the District of Columbia.
The median household income of Fairfax County is one of the highest in
the nation and over half of its adult residents have four-year college
degrees or more educational
Economic and demographic information, organized into categories
including: population and housing, employment, income, education and
Economic and demographic information for 61 communities/towns in
Fairfax County. Find information on age, sex, race and ethnicity,
educational attainment, labor force participation, language spoken,
income and poverty, housing and commercial and industrial gross floor
An interactive map tool to explore population, households, housing units, gross floor area data, etc., by block groups, communities and zip codes.
Recent studies and reports detailing trends about Fairfax County.
The most recent data report about the county highlights trends, population, forecasts, housing and industrial/commercial information.
Data on the cost, rental unit quantity and vacancy rates of market rate rental housing complexes containing five or more units.
Summarizes the number of Fairfax-Falls Church area children who live in families who are vulnerable, sustaining or thriving based on sixteen categories that measure well-being.
Information and trends about positive and harmful youth behaviors.
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Recent infographics / data visualizations detailing trends about Fairfax County.
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