Greater Williamsburg Incentives & Financing
A comprehensive menu of local, state and federal incentives is available to the businesses of the Greater Williamsburg region. Explore the numerous programs available through each locality by contacting us to discuss your specific business needs and goals.
Williamsburg Grants & Incentives
Grants for eCommerce, Demolition, Signs, Arts District, targeted industries and the Bicycle Rack are all available incentive programs. Williamsburg also supports Going Green Incentives, HUB Zone, New Market Tax Credits, EB5 Visa Program, and monthly Business Roundtables for City of Williamsburg businesses to increase communication with existing businesses. Williamsburg business assistance includes business workshops and seminars on various topics are held in Williamsburg throughout the year. For more information, please visit Yes Williamsburg
James City County Grants & Incentives
James City County provides incentives to both new and existing qualified businesses, including reductions of selected development fees, grants, and bonds. Enterprise Zone and targeted incentives are available to qualified businesses and commercial/industrial property owners for capital investment, real property improvement, and job creation. Tourism Zone incentives are available to businesses whose primary purpose is to provide tourism products, processes or related services that establish James City County a desirable destination. For more information on James City County’s Enterprise Zone and Tourism Zone incentives, please visit Yes James City County.
York County Grants & Incentives
York County addresses the needs of existing businesses, while attracting new business and industry to the County, by hosting networking and social events and business seminars. Loans and grants for targeted industries and activities such as e-commerce, home based business transitions, and demolitions on select properties, are also available. Publicity and marketing assistance is also provided through local and regional campaigns and media opportunities. For more information, please visit York County Economic Development