Prince George County

Prince George CountyPrince George County is comprised of 276 square-miles located near the James and Appomattox Rivers with convenient access to Interstates 95 and 295 and U.S. Route 460. The County is bordered by U.S. Army Fort Lee, a major U.S. Department of Defense training facility for logistics, culinary and ordnance specialists. In the last decade, Prince George has become known for its concentration of activity in the advanced manufacturing and aerospace industry. With Rolls-Royce North America’s 1,000-acre Crosspointe Campus and the state-of-the-art R&D facility Commonwealth Center for Advanced Manufacturing and an attached advanced manufacturing apprentice center, the county is well-positioned as the center of the region’s future industry. It’s also home to major distribution facilities for Standard Motor Products, Food Lion, and more, and has its fair share of historic, waterfront, and agricultural tourism sites, as well as suburban and rural communities for the local workforce.

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At A Glance

% of People With Bachelor Degrees
County Civilian Labor Force
County Unemployment Rate
Median Household Income


2010 2015 Change 2020 Projection
35,129 37,380 6.41% 38,379

Towns, Villages & Districts

Brandon Fort Lee New Bohemia
Burrowsville Garysville Newville
Carson Jordan Point Templeton

Utility Providers


Type Assessment Ratio Nominal Tax Rate
Non-Manufacturer’s Personal Property 60% year 1, reduced by 10%/year (min. 20%) $4.25
Machinery & Tools 60% year 1, reduced by 10%/year (min. 20%) $1.50
Real Estate 100% $0.86

Manufacturers Taxes | Non-Manufacturers Taxes | Commissioner of Revenue

Political Representation

U.S. Congress

  • A. Donald McEachin, D, 4th

U.S. Senate

  • Mark Warner
  • Tim Kaine

Virginia House of Delegates

  • Carrie E. Coyner, R, 62nd
  • Lashrecse D. Aird, D, 63rd
  • Emily Brewer, R, 64th

Virginia Senate

  • Frank Ruff Jr., R, 15th
  • Joseph D. Morrissey, D, 16th


Sources: U.S. Census Bureau’s 2011–2015 American Community Survey (December 2016), Weldon Cooper Center’s Virginia Population Projections (March 2017), Virginia Department of Education, Virginia Economic Development Partnership’s 2016–2017 Guide to Local Taxes on Businesses.