Roanoke, VA

City of Roanoke

The City of Roanoke has been named an All-American City, one of America's Most Livable Communities, and a top Digital City.

The area offers stunning natural beauty, exceptional amenities, and an unparalleled quality of life.

In a world where cities often feel loud, overcrowded, and as hard as the concrete they're built upon, the City of Roanoke offers something unique - unexpected balance.

Roanoke has the amenities you'd expect from a dynamic urban center without losing the charming feeling of a smaller place. Roanoke is a city that encourages you to make things happen, because it's big enough to provide multiple opportunities, but small enough so you can make an impact.

And the natural beauty that many cities lack has not been lost in Roanoke with the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains visible from most every street. 

Whether you're looking to visit or relocate, Roanoke has what you want.

The city has a healthy local economy, vibrant greater downtown, strong neighborhoods, and offers quality services to its citizens and visitors.

History of Roanoke

Statistics & General Info

Population: 97,032 (as of 2010 Census) 

Education: 17 Public Elementary Schools, 5 Public Middle Schools, 2 Public High Schools - Patrick Henry High School & William Fleming High School

District: 6th Congressional District

Income (Per Capita): $32,512

Type of Government: City Council & Manager

Land Area: 43 square miles

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City of Roanoke

Noel C. Taylor Municipal Building
Roanoke, VA 24011
(540) 853-2333 (540) 853-2333

City of Roanoke Parks and Recreation

215 Church Avenue SW Room 303
Roanoke, VA 24011
(540) 853-2236 (540) 853-2236
Roanoke Valley Spotlight

The Roanoke Valley in Virginia's Blue Ridge boasts a special kind of flavor and the culture of the region is reflected in the outstanding tastes of the cuisine.