Essex County Virginia

Business

Welcome & Thank You for your interest in Essex County!

Essex County is a great place to locate your business or make connections to promote your business interests.  Please contact us to see how we can assist in your business success.

County staff are available to assist with your business location, expansion and retention needs. 

Economic Development questions

Deputy County Administrator:      
      Stuart Turille
      804-443-3258 (Office)
      email

Commercial Properties Available in Essex County, VA
https://sites.vedp.org/Essex

Interactive Broadband Availability Map for Virginia
https://broadband.cgit.vt.edu/IntegratedToolbox/


ANNOUNCEMENTS

SITES & BUILDINGS (active & under construction)

SHOP LOCAL -  Please remember to shop local every day you are able to do so.  Help keep $$$ circulating in this area to so our local and regional economies stay strong and grow for the future.  

Good Highway Visibility without the Traffic Congestion

Routes 17 & 360 are four lane divided highways of Essex County providing shipping, commuting and recreational access to Northern VA, Richmond, the Peninsula and Northern Neck.  Over 22,000 vehicles per day pass through Tappahannock on Routes 17 & 360 and over 12,000 vehicles per day use Queen Street (Route 360) when traveling over the Rappahannock River.  2013 Traffic Counts (Primary Highways)     

Information and Resources 

Essex County's Economic Development Foundation for the Future
In this competitive world a community cannot grow without committing resources, tools, and people to economic development. To this end the newly seated Economic Development Authority (EDA) laid out a road map to sustain the economic development momentum experienced in 2020 in the "Essex County's Economic Development Foundation for the Future" resolution.
The "Foundation for the Future" resolution calls for developing a dedicated funding source for economic development, hiring professional staff, and developing business incentives.
Essex County's Economic Development Foundation for the Future Resolution #21-01

SourceLink Virginia is a project of the Virginia Community Economic Network. This free online portal is designed to connect aspiring, emerging, and established entrepreneurs to business assistance providers who can help them grow and succeed. 

Community Profile - VA Economic Development Partnership

Community Profile - VA Employment Commission

Agriculture & Forestry Strategic Plan 2015-2020

Agriculture & Forestry Industries - Current State & Trend Analysis (August 2014)

Agriculture & Forestry Strategic Plan
(Presentation for January EDA and BOS meetings)


Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy (CEDS - Regional Plan 2013)

Traffic Counts - Primary Highways

Rappahannock River Marine Park 

2015 was a busy and productive year - Check out the 2015 Activities List

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