Worlds away from the hustle and bustle of the East Coast's most famous urban centers, Botetourt's scenic community offers ~350,000 skilled workers, an abundance of easily developed land, defense-grade fiber-optic Internet access, award-winning schools, world-class healthcare, low traffic and a stable and cost-effective power supply, natural freshwater resources and a local government committed to serving the needs of local business constituents.
Botetourt business parks provide companies with a wide variety of competitive advantages:
- Ample public water and sanitary sewer services
- Low-cost electricity
- Abundant natural gas
- High-speed fiber optics telecommunications services through multiple providers
- Public regional stormwater management facilities
Botetourt County's online GIS interface is available to help all users quickly access general mapping information. Public data layers currently include: streets, addresses, magisterial district and voting precincts, school districts, fire and rescue districts, electric service areas, private refuse hauler zones, zip codes, scanned topography, and aerial photos. Tax parcel mapping is also viewable online along with printable land cards and sketches.
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Botetourt Center at Greenfield offers your company one of the Southeast United States' premier business locations. Business, quality, and environment-conscious, Greenfield will enhance your investment and make you more productive.
Dynax America located its North American headquarters and first manufacturing plant outside of Japan here. York International located a state-of-the-art screw compressor manufacturing plant here. EastPark offers companies a location that contributes to business success.
Jack C. Smith Industrial Park offers ideally located sites for small to medium- sized light to medium-industrial companies.
With its panoramic view, strategic location and protected water frontage, Vista Corporate Park provides beauty, access, and unexpected amenities.
Water and Sewage Treatment is available in Botetourt County through the Western Virginia Water Authority, private water systems, and the municipal systems in the Towns of Buchanan, Fincastle and Troutville. Western Virginia Water Authority systems are also located in the communities of Eagle Rock and Glen Wilton.