Marshall, Virginia


Marshall is a historic community in the northern Virginia Piedmont. As one of the nine service districts in Fauquier County, we are home to many business, cultural and recreational opportunities.



Welcome to Marshall!

Once called Salem, Marshall is named for United States Supreme Court Chief Justice John Marshall, whose ancestral home can be found just up the road at Oak Hill. Fauquier County is among the finest horse country in Virginia. Some of the most beautiful farms in the county are nearby. The Orange County Hunt, sometimes comes in sight of the town when hunting foxes. It is not uncommon to see horse trailers and vans parked on Main Street. Hounds and horses abound in this area.

Businesses in Marshall are unique. Located in the heart of Marshall, Field & Main is a unique restaurant that specializes in locally sourced, farm-to-table cuisine. Red Truck Bakery and The Whole Ox also offer curated selections of house-made pastries, locally raised meats, prepared foods and pantry staples. For unique finds, Marshall Curated, 8393 West Main, Tri- County Feeds, and many other surrounding businesses make Marshall a unique place to shop.

If you are looking to relocate, Washington Fine Properties is the place to find available real estate from a cottage in the woods to a lovely farm.

The Marshall community is also home to several churches, a community center, and library, making it a great place to call home.


Local Businesses in Marshall

Discover the businesses that make Marshall a special community!

Main Street Improvements Project

The scope of the  Marshall Streetscape Improvements Project includes but is not limited to undergrounding utility lines, improving the sidewalks, adding crosswalks at the intersections of Main Street with both Winchester Road/Rectortown Road and Frost Street, improved signage, and adding trees and street lighting.

Learn more for answers to frequently asked questions about the Marshall Main Street Improvement Project.

Marshall Updates

Marshall Main Street Improvements Update 4/4

Update for Week of April 4: Information provided courtesy of Erin Kozanecki - Deputy County Administrator, Fauquier County The next two weeks will have similar activities along Main Street. Please be mindful of the shifts in sidewalk access on the Northside of Main...

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Update for Week of March 7

Update for Week of March 7

Update for Week of 3/7: Information provided courtesy of Erin M. Kozanecki, Deputy County Administrator, Fauquier County Government The contractor continues to work on the ductbank along Main Street working towards 7-11/Truist Bank (former BB&T). Temporary parking...

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