Woodbridge, Virginia Criminal Record Search
Woodbridge is a census-designated place (CDP) in Prince William County, Virginia, United States. The population was 31,941 at the 2000 census. It is the home of the Potomac Nationals baseball club of the Carolina League.
Woodbridge is home to Potomac Mills Mall, one of the largest Outlet Malls in Northern Virginia. It has experienced tremendous growth, especially the AMC movie theater and Ikea. Ikea has been moved away from the main building to facilitate future expansions. Woodbridge is a typical suburban city in that many of its residents are employed in nearby Washington DC. This is especially true in the areas near Dale City and Manassas. Prince William County Parkway is probably the most important road in the city. It connects the city to I-95 and runs right through the middle of Woodbridge. Route 234 is also described as an 'outer beltway' connecting the I95 corridor and Route 1 to points west and north and ultimately terminating at Interstate route 66. Route 234, also know as Dumfries road, is being widened from 2 lanes to 4 to accommodate residential development in the southern part of Prince William County. Other major roads are Route 1, Minneville Rd, and Dale Blvd.
The area is sometimes referred to by the moniker, "Hoodbridge."
Due to the HOV waiver given to Hybrid vehicles, many DC government workers have relocated to the area to take advantage of the lower priced housing. Though as of July 2006, the hybrid/HOV privilege has been revoked and housing prices have soared to the point where price is not equivalent to the quality or uniqueness of the housing. The area is rapidly becoming a sea of McMansions.
Felony and misdemeanor criminal court records.