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Taking its name from The Falls Church, an 18th-century Anglican parish, Falls Church gained township status within Fairfax County in 1875. In 1948, it was incorporated as the City of Falls Church, an independent city with county-level governance status. It is also referred to as Falls Church City.
When the City of Falls Church was incorporated in 1948, its boundaries included only the central portion of the area historically known as Falls Church; those other areas, often still known as Falls Church (although they lie in Fairfax and Arlington counties), are considered here for historical reasons. By 1900, Falls Church was the largest town in Fairfax County, with 1,007 residents. Many of the residents at that time had come from the northern states or elsewhere. A 1904 map of the town shows 125 homes and 38 properties from two to 132 acres. The town had become a center of commerce and culture, with 55 stores and offices and seven churches.
According to the United States census bureau, the city has a total area of 2.0 square miles, in all of its lands. Falls Church is the smallest independent city by area in Virginia. Since independent cities in Virginia are considered county-equivalents, it is also the smallest county-equivalent in the United States by area.
The center of the city is the crossroads of Virginia State Route 7 (Broad Street/Leesburg Pike) and U.S. Route 29 (Washington Street/Lee Highway).
Tripps Run, a tributary of the Cameron Run Watershed, drains two-thirds of the City of Falls Church while the Four Mile Run watershed drains the other third. Four Mile Run flows at the base of Minor's Hill, which overlooks Falls Church on its north, and Upton's Hill, which bounds the area to its east.
Falls Church, Virginia, gets 44 inches of rain per year. The U.S. average is 37. Snowfall is 7 inches. The average US city gets 25 inches of snow per year. The number of days with any measurable precipitation is 116.
On average, there are 202 sunny days per year in Falls Church, Virginia. The July high is around 89 degrees. The January low is 24. The comfort index, which is based on humidity during the hot months, is a 42 out of 100, where higher is more comfortable. The U.S. average on the comfort index is 44.
With a population of just over 12,000 residents, the people of Falls Church will only have the best boutiques within their home boundaries, including an array of bookstores, bridal boutiques, comic shops, and even places for music lovers.
Action Music Ltd – 111 Park Ave., Falls Church – (703) 534-4801
Victory Comics – 586 S Washington St. – (703) 241-9393
Hole In the Wall Books – 905 W Broad St. – (703) 536-2511
Red, White & Bleu – 127 S Washington St. – (703) 533-9463
Exploring the city can be rough, but not in Falls Church! You know that term, “shop ‘til you drop?” Yeah, that one. Shopping is only ever dropped because hunger can bring you to your knees! Take a moment to breathe in the Virginia air at one of these local eateries, then get back to it once you’ve caught your breath!
La Caraqueña – 300 W Broad St. – (703) 533-0076
Clare & Don's Beach Shack – 130 N Washington St. – (703) 532-9283
Sunflower Vegetarian Restaurant – 6304 Leesburg Pike – (703) 237-3888
Maneki Neko – 238 W Broad St. – (703) 534-8666
They say that New York City is the city that never sleeps. Falls Church might just give them a run for their money! OK, I might be exaggerating, but Falls Church has more than enough arsenal to hold its own!
Ireland's Four Provinces – 105 W Broad St. – (703) 534-8999
Spacebar – 709 W Broad St. – (703) 992-0777
Dogwood Tavern – 132 W Broad St. – (703) 237-8333
Public House No.7 – 6315 Leesburg Pike – (703) 942-6383
The city is served by Falls Church City Public Schools comprising of four public schools. The city is home to Saint James Catholic School, a parochial school serving grades K–8.
Mount Daniel Elementary School – 2328 N Oak St. – (703) 248-5640
Thomas Jefferson Elementary School – 601 S Oak St. – (703) 248-5660
Mary Ellen Henderson Middle School – 7134 Leesburg Pike – (703) 720-5700
George Mason High School – 7124 Leesburg Pike – (703) 248-5500
Whether your passing through or are a longtime resident, these landmarks and attractions are sure to keep you busy on those lazy summer afternoons.
Historic Falls Church – 115 E Fairfax St. – (703) 241-0003
ArtSpace Falls Church – 410 S. Maple Ave. – (703) 436-9948
The State Theater – 220 N. Washington St. – (703) 237-0300
Eden Center – 6799 Wilson Blvd – (703) 204-4600
Falls Church is a quaint little town in the middle of nowhere with everything going in the middle of somewhere. With some of the most well-preserved historic buildings this country has to offer, make sure Falls Church makes it on your destination itinerary!
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