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City of Fredericksburg Fire Department Station 2
101 Altoona Dr, Fredericksburg, VA 22401
Station 2 has been serving the area west of downtown Fredericksburg since 1988. The station specializes in hazmat andMore confined space operations. 
Fredericksburg United Methodist Church
308 Hanover St, Fredericksburg, VA 22401
This church's current sanctuary has stood on Hanover Street since 1842, and the congregation's roots reach back to theMore early 1800s. Fredericksburg United Methodist Church is located in the heart of downtown Fredericksburg, directly across from City Hall. The small park next to the sanctuary is lined with a few benches. The church offers a variety of worship services throughout the week.
City of Fredericksburg Fire Department Administrative Headquarte
601 Princess Anne St, Fredericksburg, VA 22401
Headed up by Chief Edwin Allen Jr., the Fredericksburg Fire Department's headquarters are located in the top floor ofMore the executive plaza building in downtown Fredericksburg. Popularly dubbed the "Eagle's Nest," due to the panoramic views of downtown and the Rappahannock River which it affords, the offices are also the home to the Fire Chief's staff and the offices of the Fire Marshall. 
Fredericksburg City Public Schools
817 Princess Anne St, Fredericksburg, VA 22401
The headquarters of the Fredericksburg City Public School System is downtown on Princess Anne Street. It houses theMore offices of the school superintendent and other administrative staff. The city public school system is served by one high school, one middle school, two elementary schools (upper and lower) and one special education school. 
City of Fredericksburg Magistrate
2706 Lafayette Blvd, Fredericksburg, VA 22408
The Magistrate is responsible for much of the clerical work for the police department. Some duties include recievingMore guilty pleas, bond grants, issuing arrest warrants, fine collections and complaints.
City of Fredericksburg Department of Economic Development and To
706 Caroline St, Fredericksburg, VA 22401
Located directly above the visitors' center in downtown Fredericksburg, the Department of Economic Development andMore Tourism promotes the growth of the local economy by highlighting and encouraging local travel. The office also helps to grow local economy by attracting businesses to Fredericksburg. The staff in the office can assist with site identification and development, business planning and local partnerships. For local businesses, the Department of Economic Development and Tourism also works to retain businesses. The office acts as a liaison between businesses and other city departments.
City of Fredericksburg Fire Department Station 1
601 Princess Anne St, Fredericksburg, VA 22401
The Fredericksburg Fire Department has worked out of this building since 1972, when the current structure was completed.More Until 1988 it was the only fire station in Fredericksburg. Facing Princess Anne Street, Station 1's response district covers all of the downtown historic district. Visitors will find statues and an antique piece of fire equipment gracing the lawn. 
Howard Johnson
386 Warrenton Rd, Fredericksburg, VA 22405
Howard Johnson is a well known name in affordable hotels. This location is just minutes north of the city ofMore Fredericksburg, conveniently located right next to the Route 17 exit from Interstate 95 with easy access to Fredericksburg area historic sites such as Civil War battlefields, the historic district of Fredericksburg, George Washington's boyhood house at Ferry Farm and more. Ammenities offered at this location include an outdoor swimming pool, cable TV, WiFi connection, in-room accessories, copy and fax services and more.
Fredericksburg City Hall
715 Princess Anne St, Fredericksburg, VA 22401
This stately building was originally constructed as a Post Office. In 1982, it became the seat of Fredericksburg'sMore municipal government. Today the building houses the offices of the Mayor, Commissioner of Revenue, Building and Development Services, City Manager, Fiscal Affairs, Human Resources, Planning and Zoning, Public Works Engineering, Real Estate, Treasurer and Utility Billing. A number of city services are bundled in one location for ease of residents in their most common interactions with the municipal government. This building also houses the chambers of the City Council.