Herndon Depot Museum 717 Lynn St, Herndon, VA20170 The Herndon Depot Museum is a historic site in Herndon where trains once came through on the W&OD Trail. It was the…More train stop that sprouted the town of Herndon and was its first economic engine. Though the train no longer runs, the Depot still exists and is a place where residents and visitors of Herndon can learn about the town and its history. Herndon Historical Society holds its meetings at the Herndon Depot Museum. Members of the Herndon Historical Society write the Remembering Herndon's History column for Herndon Patch.
Acuity 607 Herndon Pky, Herndon, VA20170 Acuity is a computer consultant firm based out of Herndon with an office located on Herndon Parkway nearby the Worldgate…More Center. For all inquiries, please call the phone number listed.
Atlantic Corporate Interiors 1175 Herndon Pkwy, Herndon, VA20170 Atlantic Corporate Interiors is an interior design company in Herndon. Their office is located on Herndon Parkway.…More Please call to find out more information about this business.
Herndon Title Company 761 Monroe St, Herndon, VA20170 The Herndon Title Company is a land and property title insurance company based out of Herndon. For more information on…More this business, contact the office directly.
Capitol Rehab Center of Herndon 459 Herndon Pky, Herndon, VA20170 Capitol Rehab Center is located in Herndon. This practice specializes in chiropractic care and massage therapy. Call the…More number listed for an appointment.
Herndon Police Department 397 Herndon Pky, Herndon, VA20170 The Herndon Police Department offers police and public safety services within the Town of Herndon limits. The department…More has 57 officers with a support staff of 15. The department's goal is to improve the quality of life for all Herndon residents, as well as reduce crime. In addition to policing the community, the department offers community programs such as citizens' police academies.
Herndon Town Hall 730 Elden St, Herndon, VA20170 Herndon's Town Hall was built in 1939 as a public works project for FDR's Work Projects Administration. The building…More once housed all of Herndon's town government offices and staff, including the town's jail cells, which are still in the basement and today are used as storage. Now the building serves as offices for the town and for community organizations. Offices include town attorney Richard Kaufman, Del. Tom Rust (R-86), the Council for the Arts of Herndon, Herndon Community Television and the Herndon branch of the Dulles Regional Chamber of Commerce.