Victorian Square

Victorian Square is a Commercial Mixed Use Property comprised of 2 buildings with food service, reta


Old Town Fairfax City
January 23 at 6:35 PM ·
Our Main Street 🌃 shot by
We love to see Old Town Fairfax through the lens of our creatives so keep ‘em coming!


HELP LOCAL RESTAURANTS - ORDER TAKE OUT!!!! If at all possible, please support your local independent restaurants by ordering take out as often as possible. They are not able to fill their tables because of COVID and are hurting financially. If you can, order directly from them and pick-up the food yourself. When you order from a delivery company, they take a big chunk out of the restaurant's profit. Don't forget to tip, fewer customers mean fewer tips for the workers.


Fairfax City Elf Hunt - Small Business Saturday
Small Business Saturday is coming up on Saturday, November 28 and we are once again rallying our city businesses to support our local business community by hosting the 2020 Fairfax City Elf Hunt but with a twist.

This year, we will be combining our Holiday Window Decorating Contest with our 2020 Fairfax City Elf Hunt by asking participating businesses to place their “Elf on the Shelf” in their storefront windows and decorate (as much or as little) with green, red, and white. Additionally, we will be including an online component to our community based approach by providing backlinks, information on how to support businesses, and highlighting specials/promotions you are offering.

To participate in our Fairfax City Elf Hunt, please email [email protected].

Ribbon Cuttings
Are you a new Fairfax City business? Let us administer a ribbon cutting ceremony to introduce your business to the city, it's residents, and visitors!

To request a ribbon cutting celebration organized by the Economic Development Office, simply fill out a form here.

For information regarding where and when the Economic Development Authority meets please visit our website here.


Page Johnson shared this on another FB page. Thought it should also be shared on Victorian Square's FB page.

Page Johnson
September 10 at 12:02 PM ·
Here are two views of the same location in the Town/City of Fairfax taken 116 years apart.
The Sauls Brothers Grocery operated from this location from 1903 to 1926. The site was previously known as Whitehead's Merchantile. The building was partially destroyed by fire in 1914 when the photo on the left was taken. The photo came to me from my cousin, Gladys Sisson Buckley Potterton (1924-2019), whose grandparents owned and operated Sauls Brothers Grocery. Gladys' father, John Sisson (my great uncle), and partner Alan Williams, operated the Service Garage and Chevrolet dealership at this location from 1926 to 1952.
Jim McKay acquired the dealership in 1956 from Martin Logan and is still in business at University Drive and Fairfax Boulevard.
For more on the grocery shopping experience in old Fairfax, check out the following article:


Old Town Fairfax City
Road closed.
Column came down, not load-bearing, and no injuries.
Traffic Awareness-Be advised one lane of northbound traffic is temporarily closed on University Drive between Main Street and North Street. The sidewalk in front of Old Town Hall is also closed to pedestrians. During the overnight hours, a pillar from Old Town Hall fell. There were no injuries or personal property damage as a result of the column falling. This pillar was not a load bearing support. Please avoid this area as crews and engineers evaluate the structure.

Fairfax City gives 150 small businesses Covid-relief grants 08/13/2020

Fairfax City gives 150 small businesses Covid-relief grants

Fairfax City Economic Development Authority
3h ·
Over 150 ReConnected Grants were awarded to Fairfax City Small Businesses! Thank you De Clieu Coffee & for you wonderful words.
Please read the full article below!👇
City of Fairfax Government

Fairfax City gives 150 small businesses Covid-relief grants FAIRFAX CITY, Va. (WDVM) — 150 businesses in Fairfax are feeling a sigh of relief after receiving a Fairfax City Reconnected Grant. CARES funding from the Commonwealth was allocated to eligib…

Photos from Victorian Square's post 07/02/2020

Be sure to check out dining in the new City Square areas on Main Street and University Drive.


Fairfax City Economic Development Authority
20 hrs

We have now added FREE WiFi for City Square Dining
City Square is a new street-side dining concept happening in Old Town Fairfax starting TODAY from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.!
To start out City Square on positive note we will be hiding ONE gift card under one of the dining chairs! If you find the gift card, please take a photo and tag us .
Thank you to Old Town Fairfax City for cleaning and monitoring City Square Eating Areas!
City Square will be open from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily throughout the summer and consists of two locations, with a total of six outdoor seating areas along University Drive and Main Street.
For more information, please click the link below


54th Annual Independence Day Celebration

Due to COVID-19 we are celebrating Independence Day a bit different this year with a Hometown Wave Parade!
Wear your RED, WHITE, and BLUE and wave your flags as the Hometown Wave Parade makes its way through the neighborhoods of the City of Fairfax on Saturday - July 4 beginning at 5:00 pm. Some of our local Super Heroes as well as Captain America, Black Panther, Spiderman, and Wonder Woman; hear the roar of the motorcycles of the Patriot Harley-Owners Group and the engines of the planes from the Flying Circus, along with some other patriotic surprises.
Uncle Sam on stilts (a usual parade participant) will be in Mosby Woods neighborhood, including Cambridge Station town-houses, on July 4th between 10:00 AM and 12:00 noon.
The parade will step off from the City Hall with the traditional flyover of the parade route by the Flying Circus Airshow.
The parade – with 10 entries – will visit all six city precincts (but not all streets) and will end at City Hall.
A Hometown Wave Parade Tracker will be active at 5 p.m. on July 4 on this website.


Emergency Small Business Loans End Soon
The deadline to apply for the Paycheck Protection Program is June 30.

Photos from Victorian Square's post 06/26/2020

Victorian Square wishes everyone a safe and happy 4th of July!!!


Fairfax City Economic Development Authority
23 mins ·
🚨🚨 Earlier this week the Economic Development Office briefed the City Council on its plan to administer Fairfax City ReConnected, a small business support grant for businesses suffering from COVID-19 and beginning the process of reopening. Businesses will have to submit an application and meet certain eligibility criteria. Fairfax City ReConnected will leverage the City's allocation of CARES funding.
More information will be provided here and on as it becomes available.
The EDO hopes to have more information available by mid-June, along with a timeline for applications and awards. Stay tuned. 📢


Fairfax City Economic Development Authority
1 hr ·
Fairfax City's Office of Economic Development in collaboration with Code Administration and the County's Health Department is providing a FREE webinar on Wednesday, June 10 at 2:30 pm.
Join the below panelist as they discuss Business Reopening Guidance and Resources:
• Chris Revere, Deputy Director for Innovation and Planning
with Fairfax County's Health Department
• Steven Sites, Assistant Fire Chief/Fire Marshall with Fairfax
City's Code Administration/Fire Department
• Fairfax City's Economic Development Office
Space is limited, register at today!

10381 Main St, Fairfax, VA, 22030 - Office/Retail Space For Lease | 05/31/2020

10381 Main St, Fairfax, VA, 22030 - Office/Retail Space For Lease |

10381 Main St, Fairfax, VA, 22030 - Office/Retail Space For Lease | 10381 Main St - 10381 Main St, Fairfax, VA has available Office/Retail Space for lease on Lower Level located in a fully renovated historical building in t


Fairfax City Economic Development Authority
Yesterday at 11:00 AM ·
**📷 Social Photography Campaign **
While the city continues to practice safe social distancing, we at Fairfax City’s Office of Economic Development want to highlight our city businesses and how they are continuing to keep our Fairfax City communities together through creativity and solidarity.
We’ve asked city businesses to participate in a social distancing photography campaign by sending us a photo of their business and a quick note on what their working on or how their business can be supported by our communities at this time. To submit your photo and message email [email protected].



De Clieu Coffee
We can’t wait to see more of your faces! Or your eyes at least! 👀 ☺️ Open 9am-2pm everyday! -


The Bunny is going to make a surprise appearance in Fairfax Neighborhoods! City vehicles will be hopping around town with the Bunny so your family can see him and some of his friends from the Fairfax City Police, Fire, and Parks and Recreation Departments your own home! 🐰🌸

Get ready to wave at him from your window, door, front patio or yard! 👋

We ask that you please practice social distancing and
stay 6 hops away from others & the street!

Unfortunately, we can’t go by every house but we will do our best to get by most. If your house is not on the route, you can watch from safely inside your car at the parking lot at Fairfax High School at 10am.

For updates please check our FACEBOOK EVENT

PDF Map of Route
Parade Times by PDF Color Coded Map (Please note these are APPROXIMATE times, please check the bunny tracker on the day off for the exact location of the bunny)
Fairfax High School - 10:00am
Pink (Mosby Woods) - 10:20am
Blue (Cobbdale/Fair Chester Woods) - 10:50am
Yellow (Westmore/Admore) - 11:20am
Green (Green Acres/Fairfax Square) - 11:50am
Orange (Little River Hills/Farcroft/Layton Hall) - 12:10pm
Purple (Old Lee Hill/Country Club Hills) 12:35pm
Google Map of Route
Bunny LIVE Location Tracker 🐰
Saturday morning we will post a link to track the bunny LIVE on Google Maps as we make our way around the City


Fairfax City Economic Development Authority
19 hrs ·
We have created “GRAB & GO” banners for Fairfax City restaurants! These “announcement banners” are to help amplify if a business is offering carry-out or to-go during this time of crisis. If you are a restaurant and would like to display a banner, please contact us to obtain one at no cost at [email protected].
For more information click the link below.


De Clieu Coffee

We will be temporary closed from today thru Thursday (Mar 16th-19th)due to COVID 19 for the safety of our staff and customers.

It's Going to be More Important than Ever to Support Local Businesses 03/14/2020

It's Going to be More Important than Ever to Support Local Businesses

It's Going to be More Important than Ever to Support Local Businesses By now the COVID-19 virus has impacted hundreds (if not thousands) of small businesses in our community. People are postponing travel plans, they are not spending their dollars on local restaurants or retail – and are canceling events left and right. This is wreaking havoc on small businesses. Ima...


Northern Virginia Magazine's Best of NoVA is out and it's time to VOTE. Polling ends February 14, 2020 at 11:45 pm, with results named in the June 2020 issue. The June issue hits online and newsstands May 21, 2020. Vote early, vote often on this one. Share with friends, family, etc. and tag because WE LIKE WINNING!!!! Here's a media kit to print posters to place in your business or on your windows.
Here's the link to vote.


Best of Virginia
Virginia Living's Best of 2020 survey is out now and you need to vote. The survey is for the Commonwealth, broken down by regions. Click here to begin the survey for Northern Virginia area. Note that the voting ends for this survey January 31. 2020 at 11:59 pm EST.
There are over 100 categories and each has a drop down menu which lists last year's top 20, so be sure to ADD YOUR BUSINESS to the list. You may only take this survey once, so please share among your fans, family, and friends, and we will do the same on social media.

Victorian Square updated their website address. 01/07/2020

Victorian Square updated their website address.

Victorian Square updated their website address.

Photos from Victorian Square's post 01/07/2020

The City of Fairfax and Victorian Square have seen a lot of changes in the last 50 years. The black and white aerial photo was taken in 1969 when the Massey building was being constructed to house the main seat of the Fairfax County Government. You can see the building going up in the background to the right. To accommodate a new Master Plan, the demotion of the Massey building was begun in May, 2019. We look forward to seeing what replaces this building. In 1969, Victorian Square was comprised of 10381 Main Street (the Sauls House), 10389 Main Street (the original commercial building), the Post Office (to the left of 10389), and the Service Garage (attached to the rear of 10389). The second aerial photo was taken in 2019 after Victorian Square went through two major renovations. 10381 Main Street is now navy blue, 10389 Main Street is red, the Post Office was demolished and replaced with a commercial addition 10387 Main Street which is yellow, and the original Service Garage was demolished and replaced with another commercial addition 4007 University Drive which is grey. The dynamics of the renovations, and most especially the new paint scheme, have brought a lot of life and vitality to Victorian Square and the City of Fairfax. As we celebrate the beginning of 2020, we look forward to seeing what new and exciting things will happen in the City of Fairfax and Victorian Square over the next 50 years.


Fairfax City Economic Development Authority
4 hrs ·
Need a place to get that perfect cup of joe? Northern Virginia Magazine has put together a list of "Coffeehouses in Nova" with De Clieu Coffee and Cameron's Coffee & Chocolates on the list.
See the full list of local coffee shops by clicking through below.…/savor-a-cozy-drink/
Support your local community and take a break from the cold with these coffeehouses.…/savor-a-cozy-drink/

Coffeehouses in Northern Virginia
Support your local community and take a break from the cold with these coffeehouses.
Support your local community and take a break
from the cold.


Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays from Victorian Square!


Fairfax City Economic Development Authority

The Great Dane sculpture at Victorian Square in Old Town Fairfax City supports shopping small and local!

Don't forget to shop small this holiday season and also participate in our Fairfax City Elf Hunt. You can download the elf hunt card and win $250 just in time for the holiday's!

Photos from Victorian Square's post 12/04/2019

The City of Fairfax has a long history of supporting the arts.
Since I manage Victorian Square, I chose a piece of art to donate to the property that also reflects what I love for the City's approval. Today, the long awaited Great Dane sculpture arrived. I am looking forward to it being permanently installed as this Dane needs a Christmas collar to celebrate the holidays. Many thanks to Dale Rogers and his associate Andrew of Dale Rogers Studio (Havermill, Massachusetts) for this wonderful piece. I know this Dane will bring smiles to a lot of people and be a wonderful ambassador for the City.

Photos from Victorian Square's post 11/30/2019

Victorian Square is dressed for the holidays. Come by for a visit.

Fairfax City to Host City-Wide Elf Hunt on Small Business Saturday 11/12/2019

Fairfax City to Host City-Wide Elf Hunt on Small Business Saturday

Fairfax City Economic Development Authority
November 10 at 11:00 PM ·
Extra! Extra! Read all about it! Over 25 elves will be hidden at city businesses in celebration of Small Business Saturday beginning on Saturday, November 30.

Read all the details from our press release below.

Fairfax City to Host City-Wide Elf Hunt on Small Business Saturday

Fairfax City to Host City-Wide Elf Hunt on Small Business Saturday Fairfax City’s office of Economic Development, the Economic Development Authority, and the Central Fairfax Chamber of Commerce are celebrating Small Business Saturday with a city-wide Elf Hun…

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