Residential growth in Warren County is forecast between 2% and 3% per year over the next 20 years. The County has projected that its population will grow from 36,717 in 2006 to 65,700 by 2026.

- W.C. Facilities Needs Analysis, 2006

On September 20th, 2012, Front Royal Limited Partnership (FRLP) filed a citizen-initiated petition seeking the boundary adjustment of approximately 604 acres of property it owns in Warren County to the Town of Front Royal. FRLP, a family partnership, has owned the property since the mid-1980’s and intends to remain active managers and investors in the community throughout the proposed 20 plus year development of the property and beyond… See FRLP proposed boundary adjustment presentation for the Town and County, September 2012 (15 pages)

The proposed mixed-use project, dubbed ‘Confluence Virginia’, represents a community and economic development opportunity for Front Royal and Warren County as a whole. Situated to the north of Happy Creek Road, Confluence Virginia is adjacent to the Happy Creek Technology Park, near the planned Valley Health hospital and retail site, and will be an easy walk or bike ride to the ‘Bing’ and Downtown businesses... See aerial context map of the FRLP property

Located on property once owned by Supreme Court Chief Justice John Marshall (1801-1835) and his brother James Markham Marshall, and containing the historic Marshall Family cemetery, Confluence Virginia is intended to be a civic minded and environmentally conscious mixed-use community proposed to address both local needs and the Community’s long term planning needs - from community parks, greenways, walking and biking trails and environmental stewardship to transportation improvements, economic vitality and jobs. See additional background information and development team, October 2, 2012

Recent News (See additional news and information on our Community Resources page):

Thank you! We are extremely grateful for the significant time, effort, and support of the many local business owners and residents dating all the way back to 2007 (and much, much earlier for many). Over 220 local businesses and residents signed the letter of support for FRLP’s Town rezoning! Your willingness to give of your time, discuss the issues, and your kind words have been amazing throughout. Thank you!