Oak Hill, Fairfax County, Virginia
Oak Hill Elementary School in Oak Hill, Virginia
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Oak Hill is an exurban unincorporated community located in Fairfax County, Virginia, United States, just east of Washington Dulles International Airport and south of the Dulles Toll and Access Roads. Oak Hill is defined by the boundaries of its zip code 20171. Franklin Farm, Floris and McNair are census-designated places located within the larger Oak Hill community.
As of the 2010 Census, Oak Hill had 48,112 residents, an increase in population of about 36% since the 2000 Census. Oak Hill is about 61% white (75% in 2000), 1% African American (5% in 2000), and 30% Asian (15% in 2000). The most notable demographic trend is the increase in the percentage of Asians living in Oak Hill, who doubled their share and now make up nearly a third of the residents of Oak Hill. The median household income in Oak Hill is $102,000, unchanged from 2000. 32,590 people work in Oak Hill. The average age of an Oak Hill resident is 34.6 years, and there are an average of 2.82 people per household.
Schools serving the Oak Hill area (but not necessarily in Oak Hill), include Oak Hill Elementary, Fox Mill Elementary, Floris Elementary, McNair Elementary, Lutie Lewis Coates Elementary, Navy Elementary, Crossfield Elementary, Franklin Middle School, Rachel Carson Middle School, Chantilly High School, South Lakes High School, Westfield High School, and Oakton High School.
The Oak Hill community is served by the Oak Hill post office. Mail may be addressed to Herndon or Oak Hill using zip code 20171.
Amenities include Frying Pan Park, a working museum farm operated by Fairfax County Parks and Recreation.
Charles Burlingame, pilot of the doomed American Airlines Flight 77 aircraft which was crashed by terrorists into the Pentagon during the September 11, 2001 attacks, resided in Oak Hill before his death.
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- Oak Hill, a large property in Braddock district, built in 1790.
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- U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Oak Hill, Fairfax County, Virginia
- 2000 Census Bureau Statistics for Oak Hill
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