Located in the heart of the Virginia Peninsula, York County stretches 27 miles from Williamsburg to Hampton and covers 106 square miles. The County is part of Hampton Roads, the 5th largest metro area in the Southeast and the largest between Atlanta and Washington D.C.
York County is an ideal place for your business because of its central location between the vast Virginia Beach and Richmond markets, ease of Interstate access, low tax rates, skilled workforce, and high quality of life. York County is proud to be a vibrant, pro-business community.
The County's many industrial and office parks allow for a wide range of uses, from manufacturing to office. Quality development sites can be found throughout the County and retail centers abound. The York River Commerce Park, located in the lower part of the County, has fully developed build-to-suit sites in a campus-style environment. Busch Industrial Park and International Center, two exceptional locations in the upper County near Williamsburg, have immediate access to I-64.
Launchpad: Greater Williamsburg Business Incubator
The three localities of Williamsburg, James City County, and York County have partnered together to form the Launchpad: Greater Williamsburg Business Incubator, located at 249 Richmond Road in Williamsburg. Launchpad offers start-up businesses an opportunity to grow while receiving mentoring and assistance as part of the program. Visit the Launchpad website for more information.
Join our existing businesses, such as Travaini Pumps, Ryson International, Eaton, CW Optics, and many more, to see why York County is their community of choice.