Virginia Area Codes

9 area codes serve Virginia

Virginia Area Codes Overview

Virginia, a state with diverse landscapes and a rich history, is served by several area codes that cater to its varied regions. The predominant area code is 703, covering the northern part of the state, including the populous suburbs of Washington, D.C. Other notable area codes include 804, encompassing the central region, including the capital city of Richmond, and 757, which serves the southeastern part, including the Hampton Roads area. These area codes facilitate efficient communication across urban centers, historic districts, and rural communities, reflecting the geographical and cultural diversity that defines the Commonwealth of Virginia. As the state evolves, the area codes continue to play a crucial role in connecting the vibrant communities that make up this dynamic and thriving part of the United States.

Largest 55 cities in Virginia

City Population
Virginia Beach 437,994
Norfolk 242,803
Chesapeake 222,209
Arlington 207,627
Richmond 204,214
Newport News 180,719
Alexandria 139,966
Hampton 137,436
Roanoke 97,032
Portsmouth 95,535
Suffolk 84,585
Lynchburg 75,568
Centreville 71,135
Dale City 65,969
Reston 58,404
Harrisonburg 48,914
McLean 48,115
Tuckahoe 44,990
Ashburn 43,511
Charlottesville 43,475
Danville 43,055
Blacksburg 42,620
Leesburg 42,616
Lake Ridge 41,058
Burke 41,055
Annandale 41,008
Manassas 37,821
Mechanicsville 36,348
Linton Hall 35,725
Marumsco 35,036
Oakton 34,166
Petersburg 32,420
Springfield 30,484
Fair Oaks 30,223
West Falls Church 29,207
Sterling 27,822
Winchester 26,203
Cave Spring 24,922
Salem 24,802
Short Pump 24,729
Fredericksburg 24,286
South Riding 24,256
Staunton 23,746
Bailey's Crossroads 23,643
Herndon 23,292
Chantilly 23,039
Lincolnia 22,855
Hopewell 22,591
Fairfax 22,565
West Springfield 22,460
Christiansburg 21,041
Waynesboro 21,006
Chester 20,987
Woodlawn 20,804
Rose Hill 20,226

Virginia Area Codes List