The Providence District is located in the central part of Fairfax County between Vienna and Falls Church along Rt. 50 and I-95. It is one of nine magisterial districts in Fairfax County. It has an estimated population of 114,052 residents and encompasses approximately 22 square miles.
The Providence District is home to over 280 homeowners and civic associations. The Providence District is highly regarded for its exceptional public safety services and county public school. According to 1999-2000 surveys, 92% of Providence District graduates continue on to post-secondary education.
Providence District covers a diverse geographic area. In general, it follows the Beltway north to Route 287 and south to below Route 50-with parts as far south as Little River Turnpike; I-66 West to around the Lee Highway intersection; and Route 50 east to around Falls Church.
Providence District has an abundance of parks, playgrounds, hiking, and biking trails. Parks such as Nottoway Park hold summer concert series and vast seasonal community events like the Vienna Farmer’s Market. The Fairfax County Park Authority hosts many of the events.