Manasas (UK) Manassas), an independent city in Virginia, the United States, is within the territory of Prince William County. The population in the 2010 census was 37,821. For statistical purposes, the Bureau of Economic Analysis combines Manassas City (along with Manassas Park City) and Prince William County. Manassas City is part of the Washington Metropolitan Area.
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|Coordinates: 38 degrees, 45 minutes, 05 seconds north latitude and 77 degrees, 28 minutes, 35 seconds west longitude/38.75139 degrees north latitude and 77.47639 degrees west longitude/ 38.75139 degrees; -77.47639|
|mayor||Harry J. Parish II|
|region||25.8 km2 (10.0 mi2)|
|land||25.7 km2 (9.9 mi2)|
|water surface||0.1 km2 (0.4 mi2)|
|water area ratio||0.2%%|
|Elevation||93 m (305 ft)|
|population||(as of 2010)|
|population density||1366.1 people/km2 (3538.2 people/mi2)|
|equal time||Eastern Standard Time (UTC-5)|
|daylight saving time||Eastern Daylight Time (UTC-4)|
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In 1861, the First Battle of Manassas, the first major land battle, and the First Battle of Burlan, the first battle of the Civil War, were fought near the city. From August 28 to 30, 1862, the Second Battle of Manassas and the Second Battle of Burran were also fought near here. At that time, the Manassas Junction was not only a railroad crossing, but also a strategically important point because of the railroad connecting Richmond, Washington, D.C., and Shenandoh Valley. Despite the victory of the Southern Army in these two great battles, the Manasas Node was under the control of the Northern Army for most of the time.
This node was developed after the Civil War, and the town system was established in 1873. In 1892, the county office of Prince William County was located in place of Brentsville. It became an independent city in 1975.
Today, the development of Manasas has been strongly influenced by its status as a suburb of Washington, D.C. For this reason, traffic and urban sprawl became a major problem.
In 1993, the John Bobit and Lorina Bobit incidents occurred, and Manasas City became popular even though they did not live in the city and lived near Manasas Park City. Separate trials (John Wayne Bobitt is rapist, and Lorina Bobitt is violent) were held in Prince William County Court in Manasas City.
On October 9, 2002, the 11th of the Beltway sniper incident occurred outside Manassas City, and Dean Harold Mayors, 53 years old, was shot and died when he was filling gasoline at a Sanoko gas station along the Sudley Road near Interstate Expressway 66 in Prince William County.
In October 2005, Manassas became the first place in the United States to send a wide range of broadband (power line carrier) using power lines. Currently, citizens are offered 10 MB/s transmit service at $30 a month.
Manassas City is located at 38°C45 minutes 5 seconds north latitude and 77 degrees 28 minutes 35 seconds west longitude. In Manassas City, Interstate Expressway Route 66, U.S. National Route 29 and Virginia State Route 28 run.
According to the National Census Bureau, the total area of the city is 10.0 square miles (25.8 km2), of which land is 9.9 square miles (25.7 km2), water surface is 0.04 square miles (0.1 km2), and water area is 0.20%.
Manassas's city administration uses the structure of the City Council. The current chairman is Lawrence Hugh.
neighboring counties and independent cities
- Prince William County - Northwest, West, South, East
- Manassas Park City - Northeast
The following is demographic data from the 2000 census. fundamental data
- Population: 35,135
- Number of households: 11,757 households
- Number of Families: 8,441 families
- Population density: 1,366.1/km2(3,537.0/mi2)
- Number of Homes: 12,114 doors
- Residential density: 471.0 ken/km2 (1,219.5 ken/mi2)
- White: 72.05%
- African American: 12.91%
- Native American: 0.36%
- Asians: 3.43%
- Pacific Islands: 0.09%
- Other races: 7.89%
- Mixed: 3.26%
- Hispanic Latino: 15.13%
In 2005, non-Hispanic white people accounted for 56.8% of the population, African American accounted for 13.3%, Native American for 0.5%, Asian for 3.8%, and Latino for 25.6%.
- Under 18: 29.6%
- 18-24 years old: 9.8%
- 25-44 years old: 35.8%
- 45-64 years old: 19.4%
- Over 65 years of age: 5.4%
- Median Age: 31 years old
- Sex ratio (male population per 100 women)
- Total population: 103.5
- Over 18 years of age: 102.0
Households and family (number of households)
- We have children under 18: 42.3%
- Married and living together: 55.8%
- Single, divorced, and deceased women are householders: 11.3%
- Non-family: 28.2%
- Single Family: 21.1%
- Elderly people aged 65 and older live alone: 3.7%
- average number of constituent members
- Households: 2.92 people
- Family: 3.39 people
income and family
- median income
- Households: 60,409 US dollars
- Family: 70,141 US dollars
- Male: 43,646 US dollars
- Female: 30,678 US dollars
- Income per population: 24,453 US dollars
- below poverty line
- Population: 5.3%
- Number of Relatives: 3.7%
- Under 18: 7.6%
- Over 65 years of age: 5.4%
As of 2007, local Hispanic leaders estimate that the Manasas Hispanic community has grown from about 20,000 to 30,000. Other civil society groups have expressed concern about the number of illegal immigrants. We do not know the exact figures of illegal immigrants entering Manasas.
As of October 2008, the Manassas City Police declared that they would investigate the status of the stays of all those arrested since 1 December. This policy is intended to be implemented in cooperation with neighboring Prince William County. The police will ask all those arrested for violating state law or local law about the status of immigrants. Like Prince William County, if a policeman has any reason to believe that a person is illegally in the country, he can ask the person's status of stay before arrest.
In the 21st century, crime in Manassas has increased in general since 1999. In 2006, the Total Crime Index was 307.3 crimes against 100,000 residents. The index in 1999 was 223.5. The national average of the United States was 320.9. The percentage of violent crime in Manassas is higher than the Virginia Average, and is becoming a typical pattern in suburban areas in the southern United States.
According to CNN's Money magazine, there are five crimes against human beings per 1,000 residents, and the average number for the best is 1.3. The Manassas has 31 thieves per 1,000 residents, with the best average of 20.6.
main high-standard road
The main roads that go in and out of Manassas are Virginia State Route 26 and 234, and the U.S. National Route 29 and 66 are close to each other, but they do not run through the city.
Manassas Regional Airport is located almost within the city.
Manassas began as a 'Manassas Junction' and, as it was named, it was a place where the Orange and Alexandria Railway and the Manassas Gap Railway met. The Orange and Alexandria Railroad had a line from Alexandria through Manassas to the south to Orange, while the Manassas Gap Railway was a new line constructed from the Manassas Junction to the west through the Manassas Gap.
The current railway line almost follows the original route, and is owned by Norfolk Southern Railway.
Amtrak and Virginia Railway Express Co., Ltd. use the railway owned by the Norfolk Southern Railway to make regular and commuter runs to the city and the surrounding areas. The two lines of Amtrak, the Cardinal Line and the Crescent Line, respectively, operate trains from the west and south. The Cardinal Line ends at Chicago, and the Crescent Line ends at New Orleans. The Virginia Express Railway (Virginia Railway Express Virginia Railway Express), a "VRE", is very popular as a means of commuting to Alexandria and Washington D.C.
Manassas City has a Manassas Public School system. There are five elementary schools, one junior high school and one high school. On September 5, 2006, Mayfield Junior High School opened, teaching students in the fifth and sixth grade classes.
Some schools in the Princeton William County Public School District have Manasas addresses. It is in charge of the area outside the city of Manassas.
Near Manassas are the branches of George Mason University, North Virginia Community College, ECPI Institute of Technology and Strayer University. Some of them are outside Manassas City, within the territory of Prince William County, but the Community College of Northern Virginia and the University of Strayer call their branch campus "Manassas Campus."
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- City of Manassas Official website
- North latitude 38 degrees 45 minutes 05 seconds West longitude 77 degrees 28 minutes 35 seconds