Companies have been choosing Chesterfield County, Virginia as a place to do business for nearly 400 years. The first iron furnace in the United States was built in Chesterfield. The first recorded commercial coal mines in North America operated in Chesterfield.
Today, Chesterfield is still writing its own fascinating history. As one of Virginia’s largest localities, it’s recognized for its prime Mid-Atlantic location. A robust pro-business economy. And a progressive attitude built on the foundation of a proud work ethic.
Among the many other advantages of doing business in Chesterfield are local and state economic development incentive programs, a variety of workforce services programs and an overall low cost of living and doing business.
Most importantly, Chesterfield has a business climate conducive to wealth creation and economic opportunity.