As the northernmost county of the Central Virginia region, Culpeper offers easy access to Washington, DC and northern Virginia, without the associated costs, crowds, and congestion. Strategic location, innovation, intellectual firepower, and quality of life converge in Culpeper County to create new opportunities for growing businesses.
Culpeper has a diverse economy with strong manufacturing, cutting edge and secure information technology, and agriculture sectors. These sectors leverage Culpeper’s robust transportation and telecommunications infrastructure and its highly skilled workforce to have a competitive edge in the marketplace. Culpeper businesses have access to I-66, I-81, and I-95 as well as US Route 29, which runs through the County. National commuter and shipping railroads service Culpeper, offering business leaders, goods, and services easy access to Washington, DC and destinations across the country. Culpeper is home to a business-focused municipal airport with additional access to Dulles International Airport and Charlottesville-Albemarle Airport. Finally, with Foreign Trade Zone #185 and access to the Port of Virginia at nearby Front Royal, businesses in Culpeper are ideally positioned to sell their goods and services to domestic and international markets.
Culpeper offers businesses and workers everything required for business success: transportation and technology infrastructure, skilled labor force, room to grow, pro-business climate, and a true sense of place.
- Business & Financial Services
- Defense & Security
- Health Services
- Information Technology
- Advanced Manufacturing
Carl Sachs, Director of Economic Development
Website: Culpeper County Department of Economic Development
101 Duke Street, Suite 116
Culpeper, VA 22701