Business Friendly Botetourt

Botetourt County’s Department of Economic Development is the central point of contact for both business attraction and business retention services.

We work with the County Administration, the Roanoke Regional Partnership, and major utility providers across the region to streamline business management services to help keep our corporate citizens productive.

Botetourt offers:

  • – Preliminary Site Planning Assistance
  • – “Pad Ready” and “Build to Suite”
  • – Flexible site sizes and configurations for commercial, retail, and manufacturing investment
  • – 100+ acres (40+ Hectare) Manufacturing Sites
  • – Expedited local permitting
  • – Customized, competitive incentive packages
  • – Temporary office solutions for pre-build transitions
  • – Transition ready workforce training and executive meeting space

Contact us to learn more, schedule a site visit or community tour.

Ken McFadyen
57 S. Center Drive
Daleville, VA 24083

Monday – Friday
8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Office: (540) 928-2140
Fax: (540) 473-8225

Strategic Location

Strategically located on I-81 in the central mid-atlantic, Botetourt offers convenient road, rail, and water access. Learn More>>


With a high-speed fiber optic internet network, cutting edge STEM trained workforce, a highly dependable power grid and abundant local clean water supply, Botetourt has the infrastructure growing businesses need to succeed. Learn more>>


Botetourt is centrally located between three of the states largest and most prestigious four year universities, adjacent to the Roanoke Bio-Medical research hub, and home to a local community college network known for its advanced manufacturing and robotics programs, workforce development and community involvement. Learn more>>

Cost of Doing Business

From low taxes to affordable labor, utilities, and construction costs, Botetourt businesses are treated to both low start-up and predictable and competitive operating costs. Learn More>>

Have you heard?

We’re doing big things in Botetourt. In just the last few months, the County has made headlines with a flurry of new business announcements. Businesses are choosing to grow here and it’s not hard to see why:

• Ballast Point, the Roanoke Valley’s first Industrial-sized brewery, will start producing ~240,000 barrels of beer per year in summer 2017.

• Eldor, an Italian advanced manufacturing facility that produces ignition switches for high-end automobiles is moving into the Greenfields center and bringing approximately 350 new industrial jobs with them.

• Canatal Steel USA said it will invest $1.5 million to purchase equipment and add a fourth welding bay to its 160,000-square-foot building near Cloverdale

• Apex Clean Energy, Virginia’s first Commercial Wind Farm, will be built atop North Mountain. Construction is set to begin in the near future.