OUR NEIGHBORHOOD AT VINT HILL
The Vint Hill Economic Development Authority (VHEDA)
Visit the VHEDA site for information on the operations of the Economic Development Authority. The Authority was established when the Vint Hill Farms Station Army post was closed. Fauquier County came into ownership of the land and the Authority was given a mission to replace the 5,000 jobs lost when the post closed. Sign up for the VHEDA quarterly e-
Check the calendar for VHEDA meetings held in their conference room, at 4263 Aiken Drive. Meetings are typically held on the first Wednesday of the month at 4:00 p.m.
Businesses in Vint Hill
While homes have been built in Vint Hill the prime mission of the VHEDA is to attract businesses and create jobs. To find a list of businesses, click on http://www.vinthill.com/work/business-
The Vint Hill Farms Post Office.
The post office is located at 4257 Aiken Drive, Suite C. Business hours: Monday through Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. It is closed on Saturday. Note that "Vint Hill Station" is an authorized address.
The Fauquier Community Theatre (FCT)
FCT is a volunteer non-
Address: PO Box 3046, Warrenton, VA 20188. Phone: (540) 349-
The Inn at Vint Hill
An 1860 manor house hosting weddings and special events. http://innatvinthill.com
4200 Aiken Drive Vint Hill Farms, VA 20187
New Baltimore Volunteer Fire and Rescue Company (Station 10)
The NBVFRC is the busiest fire company in Fauquier County. This company normally responds to 911 calls from Vint Hill. The firehouse is manned by two career firefighters during business hours, Monday through Friday. At all other times the responders are volunteers. At present NBVFRC does not charge for emergency calls. The county Board of Supervisors has directed the company to charge for calls, starting in late 2007. This extra funding will allow for paid staff on all shifts. See their web site at: http://www.nbvfrc.org.
Post office Box 310
Broad Run, VA 20137-
Dolce Vita Alpacas Farm
Alpacas are a cousin to the llama raised for their soft fleece. The farm is part of a local cottage industry to produce animal yarn for knitting, crocheting and weaving. The farm hosts open houses semi-
101 Rogues Road Nokesville, VA 20181 (703) 753 3535