Currituck County, NC Infrastructure
Blending innovation with tradition, Currituck County is a vibrant, diverse community with abundant opportunities and an unmatched qualify of life.
Currituck Government is committed to providing top-quality services to its residents and visitors. The County boasts one of the State’s top performing school districts
, quiet and safe neighborhoods, a low tax rate
, and beautiful beaches that make the area the perfect place to live and vacation.
Numerous commercial and industrial sites are available throughout the County with accessibility by land, sea, and air.
Commercial and industrial businesses are served by the four-lane, US Highway 158/168
, that runs through the heart of the County. This state-maintained road connects businesses to the Currituck County Regional and Norfolk International airports
, the Port of Virginia
, the NC Ferry System
, the Intracoastal Waterway
, and Interstate 64
The Currituck County Regional Airport is a publicly owned, General Aviation airport, located approximately 46 miles south of the South Hampton Roads area
of Virginia and 25 miles northeast of Elizabeth City
, North Carolina. With a 5,500 foot runway
, corporate hangars, fuel service, Enterprise rental cars, and an adjacent 100-acre industrial park
project underway, Currituck County has all of your business aviation needs in one centrally located facility.
The Currituck County rail connection is the Chesapeake & Albemarle Railroad
. It is an operational unit of Rail America, Inc.
, the world’s largest short line and regional railroad operator. Our rail system gives you a direct connection to the Port of Virginia. Rail America has proprietary relationships with Class I rail carriers including CSX Transportation, Burlington Northern/ Santa Fe, Norfolk Southern, Canadian Pacific, Canadian National and Union Pacific.
With excellent access to regional and global markets, it’s easy to see why Currituck County is the smart choice for business development.