Stafford is a competitive and business-friendly community with simple processes for opening and operating a business. Getting started here couldn’t be easier with:
- No business, professional, and occupational license (BPOL)
- No Machinery & Equipment tax (eliminated in 2014)
- Access to knowledgeable County staff and a wide variety of helpful public resources
The Stafford Economic Development Department is the first office you should contact for detailed information regarding the business start-up process. Reach the office via phone at (540) 658-8681, or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Find information about the local business start-up requirements, regional and state resources, workforce, quality of life and available infrastructure.
Expansion: For more space, additional capital investment in property, building or equipment, growth in employment, or any combination of the three. If you anticipate or are in the process of such a transition, please contact the Economic Development staff and allow us to guide you through the public sector aspects of your local growth. Economic Development can also facilitate workforce development and training assistance.
Stafford County offers a competitive and affordable environment for doing business. A free business registration process and several tax breaks makes Stafford a desirable location for any company operation.
The Stafford County Economic Development Authority also offers an Industrial Revenue Bond program for qualifying companies. To discuss your needs and the available options in greater detail, please contact the Economic Development Office.
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“Cask has enjoyed the benefit of being located in an area rich with major defense and Federal organizations, academic institutions and commercial entities, where there exists a diversely talented pool of professionals, ready to embrace Stafford County’s continued economic growth. We are excited to be a part of this growth and look forward to a lasting partnership with the County and the local community.”
Kate Ehrle, Business Development
Cask Technologies, LLC