Latest News

Making Progress - Company will move into Shockey Commerce Center.
February 19, 2014 - After working toward an agreement for ten months, the Berkeley County Development Authority announced Tuesday that the Rust-Oleum Corporation will move a new distribution operation to the Shockey Commerce Center in Martinsburg.Full Story

Master Plan - Development Authority Unveils Idea for Business Park
February 16, 2014 - The Berkeley County Development Authority has more than a vision on how to develop the Tabler Station Business Park. They have a plan.Full Story

Pan Tran to Add Constant Services to Cumbo Park
January 22, 2014 - After a successful holiday pilot program, the Eastern Panhandle Transit authority is negotiating with businesses in the Cumbo Yard Industrial Park to permanently extend services to the park. Full Story

DC Corp Invests $100 Million in Martinsburg Expansion
January 3, 2014 - The first large scale, state-of-the-art, custom hybrid data center in West Virginia, DC Corp is expanding from 180,000 square feet to a new total of 280,000 square feet and plans another similar expansion in the next two years.Full Story

Land Sold to Sheetz for New Store
August 15, 2013 - After working toward plans for a store at the Tabler Station Business Park for more than three years, the Berkeley County Development Authority recently closed the deal to sell the property to Sheetz Inc. Full Story

Macy's fulfillment center marks 1 year in business
July 8, 2013 - The first of the more than 5 million packages that have been shipped from the Macy's fulfillment center in Berkeley County since it opened July 5, 2012 was aromatic. Full Story

Facts Figures

Berkeley County is the second largest county in West Virginia with a population of 104,160 which is a 37.2% increase from a population of 75,905 in 2000.

West Virginia had to nation’s most improved economy in 2008, based on its 46th place ranking in 2007 and its sixth place ranking in 2008.

West Virginia leads the nation in terms of technology and Internet in the classroom.

Cost of living and home prices are among the lowest in the nation.

West Virginia is #1 in exporting electricity and  coal in the Nation.

West Virginia has some of the lowest electricity rates in the country.

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Partners
For a listing of local resources willing to work with you to locate your business in Berkeley County; provide training for your employees; or just about any business related issue click here.  +More

Business Assistance Programs
West Virginia’s highest priority is meeting your company’s needs by providing aggressive development assistance in the form of tax credits and financing programs.
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Business Taxes Overview
Learn more about West Virginia's business friendly tax environment.
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Contact Us


300 Foxcroft Avenue
Suite 201
Martinsburg, WV 25401
Phone: (304) 267-4144
fax: (304) 267-2283
info@developmentauthority.com

Meetings

The Berkeley County Development Authority meets the second Wednesday of each month at 9:30 a.m.  The meeting takes place in the conference room of the Authority at 300 Foxcroft Avenue, Suite 201, Martinsburg, WV.  For a copy of the agenda click here.  If you have questions or need additional information, please call 304-267-4144.

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