Businesses in Prince William County play a pivotal role in strengthening the County by creating jobs, employing a diverse workforce and bringing innovative technology, which contribute to the wellbeing of County residents.
The Prince William Board of County Supervisors recently proclaimed May 2021 as Business Appreciation Month to raise awareness of the innovation, economic opportunity, talent and the benefits residents receive from the entrepreneurial spirit of businesses in Prince William County.
The Board recognized that many businesses were challenged by the recession caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. The Board also committed to building momentum for the business community in the County, including small, minority and women-owned businesses, entrepreneurs, nonprofits and major employers.
Visit the Prince William County Department of Economic Development website to learn more about the steps the County took to build momentum for economic recovery. Read and watch personal stories from business owners across the County as they reflect on the last year. Join the DED team for activities and webinars during this month-long celebration.
The Board further encouraged County residents and employees to support local businesses that will contribute to economic recovery in the County.
More than 9,600 businesses operate in Prince William County and provide more than 125,000 jobs across the County.