Prince George County, Virginia is a suburban community of 37,350 residents. Prince George County is centrally located in southeastern Virginia and is included in the Richmond Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA). The County was formed in 1703 and is named for Prince George of Denmark, the husband of Anne, Queen of Great Britain.Prince George has transitioned from an agricultural economy to a logistics, military and information economy. Fort Lee, the County’s largest economic asset, continues to be a catalyst for progress. Fort Lee is the headquarters of the U.S. Army Combined Arms Support Command (CASCOM) / Sustainment Center of Excellence (SCoE), the U.S. Army Quartermaster School, the U.S. Army Ordnance School, the U.S. Army Transportation School, the Army Logistics University (ALU), Defense Contract Management Agency (DCMA), and the U.S. Defense Commissary Agency (DeCA).
- Prince George County Community Profile (Virginia Employment Commission): Demographic, economic, and education information about Prince George County.
- Virginia's Gateway Region Community Profile (Virginia Economic Development Partnership): Overview and detailed demographic information for Virginia's Gateway Region (which includes Prince George County).
- Prince George County Demographic Profile (Crater Planning District Commission): Information from the Census Bureau about Prince George County.
- Population Data (UVA's Weldon Cooper Center): Population estimates for Virginia's localities.
- Prince George County Data: Population, employer, education, salary, labor, transportation, tax, supply, utility, environmental and government data for Prince George County.
Prince George County, Virginia provides ideal access to all major East Coast and Sunbelt markets via Interstates 85, 95 and 295. The Port of Hampton Roads is accessible via US Route 460 and rail, which runs parallel to US Route 460.
Distance from Major Points of Interest:
- Richmond: 27 miles north
- Washington, DC: 131 miles north
- Port of Hampton Roads: 84 miles southeast
- Raleigh, NC: 147 miles south
Rural in the south and east, yet suburban in the north and west, Prince George County continues to experience steady population and economic growth while maintaining an optimum quality of life for its citizens. Prince George County is a global community where families thrive and businesses prosper.