The proposed community of Reston in Fairfax County is growing into a beautiful town that houses more than 1,000 acres of designated wildlife habitat in backyards. According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a population of about 2,500 people, an average household income of $44,800, and a median home price of just over $60,300. The city has about 1.5 million residents and a median income of about $45,900, according to the United Nations.
According to the U.S. Census Bureau, there are 7,190 residential units in Reston with a median home price of just over $60,000. According to a report by the Virginia Department of Housing and Urban Development, 7 of 190 of these buildings are in Fairfax County, Virginia.
In Reston, 3.9% of the population is 65 or older, and the median home price is just over $60,000. In Restons, they are distributed across the city, with 2.5% of residents over 60, 3% over 65, and 9% who are 65 years old - or older.
In Reston, 3.5% of residents are over 60, 2.7% over 65 and 3% older below the poverty line, including 1.3% in the city's poorest neighborhoods and 2% at risk of poverty. In Restons, 4.2% and 4% of the population over 65 are above the poverty line, which is 1% for the poor and 1 / 3 for people with incomes below $25,000.
41.7% have children under 18 living with them, 56.8% of them are married couples living together and 9.4% have a housekeeper and husband, while 28.6% are not members of the family. 42.5% have children under 18, of which 41% have children under 18 living with their parents or in a married couple, and 29.2% have no children, with 9% having housewives with husbands.
At Census # 3, 2010, there were 5,357 families living in the city, with a median household income of $47,927. At the time of Census No. 4 in 2009, the median family income for city residents was $46,821, compared to $37,724 in Census No. 2, and at the time of Census No. 2 and # 5 in 2010, there are a total of 6,071 families with an average household income of over $50,000 living in this city.
The improvements, recreational facilities and amenities described in the municipality are based on the current development plans, which do not have to be complete and are subject to change. In addition, energy efficiency values may or may not be incorporated into these options, and energy efficiency characteristics may vary depending on the type of apartment, apartment size, and the amount of energy-efficient technology installed and / or assessed by the HERS Index. The estimated energy costs as stated on the labels are pure estimates and are based on the energy efficiency of a house as determined by HER, not on the actual cost of installation.
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The city also has the Reston Community Center in downtown, where festivals and other seasonal programs take place. There is a walking trail through the forest and a man-made lake in the centre of the city. Another place to visit is the National Wildlife Refuge of the National Park Service, a 1,000-acre park in the heart of the city that hosts a festival, other seasons and programs, and offers many other courses for children and adults led by trained naturalists. The city also hosts a variety of events, including the annual Virginia State Fair and the annual National Historic Landmarks Festival of the Virginia Historical Society, but is best known for its outdoor recreational activities.
Other notable sites include the Udvar - Hazy Center, which houses the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History and the National Science Foundation. With thousands of artifacts at the center, visitors can see how the NASA Pathfinder is a solar-powered airplane, attend lectures and courses, and observe the progress of restoration.