Programs, Services & Incentives

Chesterfield County has historically been a leader in business and industry. A site on Falling Creek was the birth place of two great American industries, iron and coal.

The first iron furnace in the United States was built in Chesterfield in 1619. The first recorded commercial coal mines in North America were operating in the northwestern part of the county by 1709.

Companies today continue to seek out Chesterfield County when looking for an ideal location to start or expand a business.

Among the many reasons are the wide variety of programs, services, resources and incentives available for your business today.

These include:

If you are considering a business venture in Chesterfield County, you should contact the Department of Economic Development.