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- Please be specific, complaints need to contain specific times, a detailed description of the aircraft, and the location of the event.
- Complaints containing profanity will not be addressed or tolerated.
- Complaints containing threats to aircraft will be reported to the FBI and local authorities.
Dulles Aviation: 703-361-2171
APP Jet Center: (703) 392-5387
In 2002, Manassas Regional Airport accommodated 139,000 operations.
The economic impacts of Manassas Regional Airport go far beyond any measurable data. The Airport is home to a number of corporate clientele. The airport is used by many of the top Fortune 500 companies. Manassas Regional also provides important benefits to the local community. Examples of these benefits include air ambulance, check transport, State Police and charter service.
Because Manassas Regional has four flight schools, Manassas has a large amount of training traffic. Training operations account for approximately 50% of our yearly operations, with the other 50% being corporate traffic.
Dulles Aviation (Enterprise) 703-361-2171
APP Jet Center (Hertz) 703-392-5387
Animal Control Department
9027 Center St.Room 104Manassas, VA 20110
Businesses located at residential addresses must also obtain a Home Occupation Permit or Non-Residential Use Permit from Community Development. Permits are issued after certain zoning requirements are met. For further information, contact Community Development located at:
9027 Center StreetRoom 202Manassas VA 20110Ph: 703-257-8273 BPOL Application
Community Development is located at:
9027 Center StreetRoom 202Manassas VA 20110Ph: 703-257-8273
New Business Check List
Business Personal Property Return
Work Sessions of the City Council are held the first Monday of each month, except legal holidays, beginning at 5:30 pm. See Section 2-51 of the City of Manassas Code of Ordinances.
Special meetings of the City Council are called by the Clerk, upon written request of the Mayor, or any three members of the Council; no business shall be transacted at a special meeting but that for which it shall be called, unless the Council be unanimous. See Section 11 of the City of Manassas Charter.
Town Hall Meetings of the City Council are held the first Monday of each quarter, except legal holidays, beginning at 7:00 pm. Manassas Code of Ordinances
Work Session and Special Meetings are routinely held in the Second Floor Conference room at City Hall located at 9027 Center Street. Occasionally, these meetings may be held off-site. Call the Clerk’s office for verification at 703-257-8280.
Town Hall Meetings are held quarterly at one of the five city elementary schools. Locations are divided by Police Beats, not school zones. Call Clerk’s office for verification at 703-257-8280.
For example, for a Monday meeting, the City Manager must receive the request before 9:00 am on the Wednesday before the meeting.
The request must include an estimate of the time which the citizen needs to address the Council. The City Manager shall place the citizen’s item on the agenda.
If, due to an unusually long agenda, it is not feasible to schedule it on the next agenda, the City Manager may schedule the citizen’s item for the next agenda on which sufficient time exists to hear the citizen.
The City Manager shall schedule such Citizens' Time in the order requests are made. See Section 2-55(c) City of Manassas Code of Ordinances.
The City of Manassas is very aware of the eagles nest located on City of Manassas parkland. Where the nest is located is not part of the parcels under construction. City staff works closely with federal and state agencies to ensure the City follows all government policies and procedures, however it is the responsibility of Fish and Wildlife to enforce federal guidelines relating to nesting eagles. The property owner is aware of and working within all federal, state and local guidelines and permits. Letter from Fish & Wildlife
505.1.1 Addressing of property. Addresses shall be posted on all structures on the street frontage side of the building in contrasting colors in the following sizes, using standard numerals
(a) 0 to 50 feet from street or fire lane - 4 inch numbers(b) 50 to 100 feet from street or fire lane - 8 inch numbers(c) 100 to 150 feet from street or fire lane - 12 inch numbers(d) Over 150 feet from street or fire lane - Monument signage
Effective July 1, 2012 Intermedix has been contracted to provide EMS Billing services for the City of Manassas Fire and Rescue System. They can be reached at (888) 987-2050. More information regarding EMS Billing can be found on the Fire and Rescue Department webpage.
The City of Manassas Utilities Department is responsible for hydrants within the City. Please contact their department for assistance.
To request a free smoke detector, or to request assistance with installation, please contact the Fire Marshal's Office at (703) 257-8455.
Station tours are popular with daycares, school groups, scout troops and birthday parties. During tours, crews will show you around the station while discussing fire safety and protective gear used by firefighters.
It is extremely important to remember that fire and rescue crews attending public education events (whether at the station or in the community) are on duty and must leave the event to respond, if dispatched, for an emergency.
Requesting a visit is easy; all requests are made online at the link below. You will be contacted by a member of the department to confirm your request. Public Education Request Form
Patients can request a copy of their EMS patient report by completing the "Walk-In Patient Form" and the "Authorization to Release Confidential Information" form and submitting to the Deputy Chief. More details can be found on the EMS Billing webpage.
The request must include an estimate of the time which the citizen needs to address the council. The City Manager shall place the citizen’s item on the agenda.
The City Manager shall schedule such citizen’s time in the order requests are made. See Section 2-55(c) City of Manassas Code of Ordinances.
Virginia law requires that the Treasurer mail bills for taxes at least 14 days prior to the due date. The policy of the Manassas City Treasurer's Office is to mail bills at least 30 days prior to the due date.
However, if a bill is not delivered on time, the taxpayer is not relieved of the penalty and interest charge required by law for late payment. The law clearly states that the taxpayer is required to know the due date, determine the amount owed and pay it on time, even when a bill is not received by the taxpayer.
Market values (assessments) of properties are determined as of January 1 each year. Market Values are created by thousands of buyers and sellers acting independently. If sale prices in your area increase, the market value of your property may also increase even though your specific property did not sell or otherwise change during the year. Market values (and assessments) may change due to appreciation, depreciation, new construction, remodeling, rezoning or other changes.
Residential Assessments: Each year staff appraisers examine recent sales that occur within Manassas City neighborhoods. These sales are studied to determine if they represent fair market value (the price a willing buyer will pay a willing seller on the open market) and to confirm the physical features of the property being sold.
After adjusting for differences between properties, these sales are used as a guide to determine the proper assessment for all other properties in the neighborhood.
Non-Residential Assessments: In general, assessments for commercial properties are established primarily by analyzing the relationship of rental income to market value sales price. Again, assessment changes as of January 1 are the result of market activity during the previous calendar year.
Sales activity and price appreciation within the Real Estate market varies somewhat from neighborhood to neighborhood. Consequently, the percentage of assessment change also varies throughout the City.
Commissioner of the RevenueReal Estate AssessmentsP.O. Box 125Manassas VA 20108
The time period shown may not match that of the January 1 effective date of assessment. Areas covered are typically a zip code or other large area and do not reflect different changes within individual neighborhoods. In addition, property types may have been combined and do not take into account differing percentage changes between single family, townhouse, and condominium types of residential dwellings.
A mean or median percentage change can be overly influenced by the types of properties sold during the specified time period. For example, percentage changes can be misleading if more lower-priced homes sold during the beginning of the time period versus more higher-priced homes at the end.
However, if a bill is not delivered on time, the taxpayer is not relieved of the penalty and interest charge required by law for late payment. The law clearly states that the taxpayer is required to know the due date, determine the amount owed and pay it on time, even when a bill is not received by the taxpayer
The liability is prorated between the buyer and the seller, but the lien which arises from a delinquency attaches to the land.
If you buy property, your settlement attorney must ascertain all taxes due and prorate them for payment out of settlement.
If you have sold the property referred to on the tax bill and another person has assumed responsibility for payment, please return the bill to us with information as to the new owner.
Recycling is good for the environment. When we convert old and waste products into something new, we are saving resources and sending less trash to the landfills.
When we recycle:
It reduces the amount of trash sent to landfills and incinerators.
We conserve our natural resources such as timber, water, and minerals.
The levels of pollution are reduced because we don’t need to collect new raw materials for the things we need.
It saves energy.
The greenhouse gas emissions that contribute to global climate change are reduced.
We are helping to protect the environment for future generations.
New well-paying jobs in the recycling and manufacturing industries in the United States are created building a “green collar” industry that protects theenvironment and sustains workers and their families.
Residents can drop off electronics for free at the regular residential Household Hazardous Waste Drop Off days (please visit the Trash and Recycling webpage for details) - OR - drop off electronics at their site located at 7917 Wellingford Drive, Manassas VA 20109.
Please be advised that there is a fee for dropping off electronics at their location - however - they also pay for scrap items of value. So you may receive a check for what you drop off! View schedule
8500 Public Works Drive (in the back of the parking lot to the right of the Public Works building)
9412 Main Street (in the parking area behind Mackey's American Pub)
8305 Quarry Road (to the left of the weigh scale as you enter the Manassas Transfer Station)
But for many of us, the coding on plastic products can be a bit misleading. The symbols and numbers on plastics or the Resin Identification Code (RIC) is part of a system introduced by SPI: The Plastics Industry Trade Association, in 1988.
The RIC classification code was developed to meet recycling industry needs while providing manufacturers a consistent, uniform system that could help identify the resins used in the plastic manufacturing process.
Fact: the RIC code is specifically used to identify resins in manufacturing.
In 2008, the RIC classification code was adopted internationally making the identification of plastics easier for everyone to understand. This meant that the classification system needed to be reviewed and changed in order to make sure that all manufactured products were included.
In 2013, a new system of RIC classification was published with one major change. The recycling symbol around the code number was replaced with a triangle. Too many manufacturers were using the recycling symbol and coding incorrectly. In addition, alleged abuses of RICs have led consumer and environmental groups to ask the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and State Attorneys General, among others, to take legal or regulatory action.
So, the RIC — was never intended as a guide for consumers, but as something to help the recycling industry sort plastics.
The City of Manassas accepts plastic bottles and containers (such as tubs with lids) and clean rigid/hard plastics for recycling.
The City does NOT accept: plastic bags, Styrofoam/polystyrene, plastic wrap or film.
Styrofoam is produced and trademarked by the Dow Company. Generically is called polystyrene. It is plastic and is marked with the Recycling symbol (Mobius Loop) #6 PS. Note that not all packaging that looks like Styrofoam is plastic #6. If the material is ridged and hard most likely it is Styrofoam. The logo is misleading. It's not a recycling stamp, even though the graphic is clearly slated towards recycling. It's a "resin recycling code", which tells you what kind of plastic you've got. Some plastics can be recycled, and some can't.
Many recycling facilities won't take it just because they either do not have the appropriate recycling equipment or the amount is too small. The recycling facility that is used by the City of Manassas does not recycle Styrofoam.
It isn’t the perfect scenario but hopefully over time Styrofoam’s use will diminish and will be replaced with other materials such recycled paper.
Please do NOT put plastic carrier bags in with your recycling.
7987 Ashton AvenueManassas, VA 20109703-792-7500
15941 Donald Curtis Drive #180 Woodbridge, VA 22192703-792-4300
Tax Due:Virginia Department of TaxationPO Box 760Richmond, VA 23218-0760
Single family and TownhomesElectric $150Water $100
-For electric service, $150 -For water, $50 -For sewer, $50
These deposits are paid at the time of application. If after one year, there are no disconnections, no returned checks, and no more than one (1) late charge, the deposit is applied to the account as a credit.