Campbell County

Campbell County is a wonderful blend of natural beauty, rich history, cultural diversity, educational opportunities, and a strong sense of community. Since its settlement in 1736, Campbell County has maintained its deep connection to its roots.

We are dedicated to upholding family values, embracing open democracy, and fostering a prosperous economic future through common-sense planning. Spanning over 511 square miles and including charming towns like Altavista and Brookneal, Campbell County offers a picturesque environment to live, play, and work.

Historic charm permeates the area, with wineries, farms, and delightful eateries to explore. For businesses looking to thrive, there are abundant opportunities within our county-owned industrial parks, including Seneca Commerce Park and Dearing Ford Business and Manufacturing Center. Additionally, privately-owned industrial properties like Progress Park, The Ferguson Property, and the Dan River Property provide excellent prospects for growth.

Campbell County is committed to supporting businesses with various incentives. Qualified businesses can benefit from economic stimulus grants, property discounts, permit fee waivers, expedited permitting processes, employment credits, infrastructure assistance, employment training, and incentives for small and minority-owned businesses.

We also offer incentives related to pollution control and industrial development, in addition to programs managed by the Commonwealth of Virginia. Come be a part of our thriving community and explore the opportunities Campbell County has to offer!