About the Town of Warrenton

Warrenton, VA is a suburban city located approximately sixty miles west of Washington, DC. Founded in 1810 and named after revolutionary war hero General Joseph Warren, Warrenton has become home of 6,670 Warrentonians and has received awards such as one of the “prettiest painted places in America” by Paint Quality Institute.

Visitors along with residents quickly fall in love with the cozy community Warrenton offers to all. Wine vineyards surround the town along with museums, award winning restaurants and bakeries. People here agree on one thing. This town is a great place for families. Green fields, rich history, and warm greetings make this a wonderful place to call home.

Quick Facts

  • Population: 6,670
  • Mayor: George B. Fitch
  • Founded: Year 1810
  • Median family Household Income: $59,744
  • Schools:
    • Elementary Schools:
      • P.B. Smith Elementary School
      • C. Hunter Ritchie Elementary School
      • James G. Brumfield Elementary School
    • Middle Schools:
      • Warrenton Middle School
      • Taylor Middle School
    • High Schools:
      • Fauquier High School
      • Liberty High School
    • Private Schools:
      • St. John The Evangelist's Catholic School
      • Highland School
    • University's:
      • Load Fairfax Community College

For more information go to the offical town web site