The Prince George County Economic Development Office
The Economic Development Office is here to answer your questions and support your business as you learn more about Prince George. We can guide you to the right resources to ensure you have the information you need; we are a partner in your success! Best of all Prince George County’s processes are more streamlined than other counties in our area making it easier to start your business in Prince George or relocate to our county. Contact the Economic Development Office by phone, fax or email to get started.
All businesses are big business in Prince George County – and our Economic Development Office has compiled information on this website to help you get started.
Prince George County is centrally located in southeastern Virginia. The county is bordered by the James and Appomattox rivers, the cities of Petersburg, Colonial Heights and Hopewell and the counties of Surry, Sussex and Dinwiddie. The Richmond Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA) includes Prince George County.
Prince George County provides ideal access to all major East Coast and Sunbelt markets via Interstates 95 and 295. The Port of Hampton Roads is accessible via US Route 460 and rail, which runs parallel.
Richmond: 25 miles northwest
Washington, DC: 130 miles north
Port of Hampton Roads: 80 miles southeast
Raleigh, NC: 127 miles south
One of Prince George’s most attractive features is our transportation infrastructure – with major interstates and roadways such as I-95, I-295 and US 460 – your business is accessible to your marketplace and your labor force. Learn more about the Prince George Enterprise Zone and the state and local incentives available by locating your business in Prince George County.
Prince George County is part of Virginia's Gateway Region (VGR), which is an economic development partnership between public entities and private industry. VGR works with localities to provide site location services for companies looking for a new location and for existing companies with expansion potential. Click here for more information about Virginia's Gateway Region.