Located in the heart of Virginia just 25 miles southeast of Richmond, Price George County is a developing suburban county with an abundance of beautiful scenery in its forests, croplands, and waterfronts. The county is home to many historic estates, battlefields, museums, gardens, and this country's oldest Protestant Church still standing in America. Efforts aimed at preserving the county's natural beauty and cultural heritage continue, but the county's elected board of supervisors encourages economic growth that has kept pace with the general economic development throughout the region. Commercial farming remains a major economic factor; chief cash crops are corn, peanuts, soybeans, wheat, forest products, and cattle and hogs and their byproducts. But on-agricultural employment increases each year, mostly in contract construction, commercial services, and manufacturing sectors.
With two rivers bordering Prince George County (the James and the Appomattox), water activities abound. Other recreational opportunities include golf courses, swimming pools, tennis courts, ball fields, skating rinks, bowling alleys, play and movie theaters, "Y" facilities, and local parks.
Low tax rates, a stable political climate, quality education, easy access to higher education facilities, a readily available labor supply, and an excellent transportation network are just a few of the many attractive features of Prince George County. To learn more, contact the County Administrator at (804) 733-2600 or the Economic Development Director at (804) 733-2680, fax (804) 733-2681, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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