Welcome to the Official Site for the Town of Occoquan, VA                                                        

 

​​Town Council Work Session
Tuesday, November 21, 2017 | 7:00 pm | Town Hall | Agenda

Architectural Review Board Meeting
Tuesday, November 21, 2017 | 6:30 pm | Town Hall | Agenda

Town Hall Closed - November 23 and 24
Town Hall will be closed for the Thanksgiving holiday on Thursday, November 23, and Friday, November 24, 2017.
Happy Thanksgiving!

Building Official Services in Occoquan
Effective November 20, 2017, Prince William County will administer the Town's building official program. Read More

Parking and Traffic Study
The Town of Occoquan is working with JMT on a parking and traffic study. More Information

Seeking Members for Boards and Commissions

The Town's Architectural Review Board has two alternate positions open.

Residents of Occoquan are encouraged to apply. More information


Commemorative Brick Paver Program - Order Online!

Leave your mark on Occoquan and help support the community by purchasing a personalized brick paver to be installed at River Mill Park!  All proceeds will go toward park programming and maintenance in Occoquan. Online ordering now available! Read More


November 2017 Town Newsletter

Read the most recent and archived editions of the monthly Town newsletter. Read Now

Upcoming Events and Announcements

It is uncommon in Northern Virginia to find a place that reminds you of your own hometown. Many of us are transplants to this area, commuting long distances to work and juggling complex family schedules in the few remaining hours each day, all the while missing that personal touch of Main Street USA. It is, therefore, a great comfort to find a place with a strong sense of community and rich in history like Occoquan, Virginia. A walkable downtown experience, where people smile and say hello on the street, and know the names of the local business owners and the employees at the post office.


Yes, it is said that Occoquan is an oasis and a little-known gem in the otherwise excess of fast-paced suburbs in the D.C. metro area. But, Occoquan is also a town with nearly 300 years of history that is constantly reinventing itself. Whether you visit for the semi-annual Arts and Crafts Show, to walk the boardwalk along the Occoquan River, visit the charming shops and restaurants, or relax in one of the Town's waterfront parks, we know you’ll come to love this small town as much as we do. You just may decide to stay.


No more excuses…come visit us in Occoquan!


Liz Quist

Mayor, Town of Occoquan



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