Financial Incentives & Resources
Front Royal Warren County Economic Development Authority
Your Gateway to Success
Welcome to the Front Royal Warren County Economic Development Authority. Warren County is the northern gateway to Virginia’s Shenandoah Valley. Virginia consistently ranks among the most business-friendly states in the nation.
When you add Warren County’s natural scenic beauty and it’s location at the crossroads of I-66 and I-81, we have the perfect mix of business advantages, geographic location, and quality of life attributes to help your business thrive!
Regular EDA Board Meetings are on the fourth Friday of the month at 8 AM at the EDA office and are open to the public. November and Decembers’ meetings will be combined and will be held on the first Friday of December.
On Wednesday the 22nd of September at 1 PM there will be a Special Meeting of the EDA ad hoc Search Committee in the conference room of the Government Center at 220 Commerce Drive in Front Royal.
Our Diversified Economic Vision
Warren County is blessed with a growing base of advanced manufacturers. Learn more about our diverse companies!
The Virginia Inland Port, Interstates 66 & 81, available sites and buildings. Easy to see why Warren County is the Transportation & Logistics hub for the Northern Shenandoah Valley.
When Sysco and Weston Foods were hungry for a great place to expand, they chose Warren County.
IT & Technology
Warren County’s IT and Tech sector is soaring with the addition of Silent Falcon.
Business Retention & Expansion
Helping local businesses prosper and expand is our top priority. EDA’s Executive Director, Doug Parsons, regularly meets with local businesses to help them get loans and grants, in addition to helping them navigate town and county zoning and planning issues.
General Wesley discusses Randolph-Macon Academy and their impact on the community.
General Wesley, Randolph-Macon Academy
“We enjoy doing business in Warren County. Our expansion is evolving smoothly with the assistance of the County’s planning offices, and the EDA has been a great supporter in our development.”