Coles District

The Coles District is the heart of Prince William County. Centrally located, it connects the densely populated eastern portion of our county to the farms and open space of the Rural Crescent to the west. This wonderful diversity of geography makes us a truly unique district in Northern Virginia.

While mostly a residential enclave for county residents, the Coles District does have pockets of commerce as well including the Liberia Avenue, Route 28, and Sudley Road corridors to the north and along the border of Dale City to the east.

We are home to the beautiful Lake Jackson, Hellwig Park, Dove’s Landing, the Rural Crescent, and our nationally renowned County Landfill.

I invite you to check out the links below to learn more about our schools, parks, and public safety services in addition to a little about the history of the Coles District and our landmarks.

TAKE A DRIVE WITH ME THROUGH THE COLES DISTRICT AND YOU’LL SEE WHY SO MANY CHOOSE TO CALL THIS PART OF PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY HOME!

For the History of the Coles District

Independent Hill Neighborhood Library

14418 Bristow Road,
Manassas, VA 20112
(703) 792-5668

Prince William County Animal Shelter

14807 Bristow Road,
Manassas, VA 20112
(703) 792-6465

Prince William County Fairgrounds

10624 Dumfries Road,
Manassas, VA 20112
(703) 368-0173

Public Safety Services

Coles District Fire Station #6

Chief Tim Keen
13712 Dumfries Road,
Manassas, VA 20112
(703) 791-5400

Lake Jackson Volunteer Fire Department # 7

Chief Walter Davis
11310 Coles Drive,
Manassas, VA 20112
(703) 368-3233

Yorkshire Volunteer Fire Department # 8

Chief Jerry Deem
8277 Patton Lane,
Manassas, VA 20111
(703) 368-4433

Virginia State Police Area 11 Office

14420 Independent Hill Drive,
Manassas, VA 20112
(703) 791-3101

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