CONTACT: Christina Winn, Executive Director Prince William County Department of Economic Development Email: | Phone: 703.792.5510

Prince William County Launches New Online Economic Intelligence Tool to Attract New Business Investment

PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY, Va.--()--Prince William County’s Department of Economic Development has launched its new economic intelligence online tool to promote the County for business investment, relocation and expansion, as well as place commercial real estate and business data directly at the fingertips of the business community.

The new features promise to be a valuable tool in expediting the site selection and business investment process and are accessible on the website on the Economic Intelligence page. The website now hosts an array of economic intelligence components, offering insightful information on the communitydemographicsbusinesses and mapping, as well as comparative and talent pool data.

“We are very pleased and excited to be able to offer these new real-time, easily accessible economic development tools that are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week,” said Jeff Kaczmarek, Executive Director, Prince William County Department of Economic Development. “By expediting the site selection and research process, we enable stakeholders, businesses, companies, developers and brokers the ability to quickly analyze a business site’s compatibility, and in turn, increase our abilities to deliver greater customer services.”

When considering where to locate a business, Prince William County is an obvious choice with its strength of a diverse and robust talent pipeline, large military population, cutting-edge educational institutions and lowest taxes in the region. Strategically located between the nation’s capital and the state capital, businesses enjoy convenient access to both cities – and everything in between.


  • Located less than 20 miles from the nation’s capital, Prince William County encompasses a total area of 348 square miles.
  • Prince William County’s favorable blend of large land parcels, multi-use zoned sites, incentives, reliable power and ample fiber optic availability coupled with the lowest programmable computer taxes in the region, make it an ideal location for businesses seeking a location in the Mid-Atlantic region.
  • 75% of Northern Virginia’s 1.5 million workers live within a 30-minute one-way commute to the center of Prince William County during rush hour.
  • Prince William County provides access to an outstanding talent pool of highly skilled, culturally diverse labor; 42% of the workforce has 4-year degrees.
  • Prince William County carries a AAA bond rating from all three of the major credit ratings agencies (Fitch, Moody’s and S&P)


Prince William County, Virginia
Department of Economic Development
Ginny Person
Main: 703-792-5500
Office: 703-792-5518



The Prince William County Department of Economic Development offers services to support and promote existing business expansion and attract new businesses to PWC. For more information, the Department of Economic Development can be reached via email at, via phone at (703) 792-5500, or via fax at (703) 792-5502.