Provided by City of Manassas
The Manassas City Council has proclaimed the month of May as “Business Appreciation Month.”
The proclamation recognizes the important contributions that the business community makes to the City of Manassas, through the jobs they create, the taxes they pay, and their efforts in improving the community they serve.
“The City of Manassas is grateful for its active and engaged business owners who made the decision to locate in our city,” says City Manager William Patrick Pate. “They contribute to strengthening our local economy and making the City of Manassas a great place to live, work, and conduct business.”
The City of Manassas is committed to supporting its local business community. The City currently offers fast-track permitting, BPOL abatement, sales tax rebates, and building rehabilitation property tax abatement for eligible businesses. It also works in close partnership with Historic Manassas Inc., the Old Town Business Association, and the Prince William Chamber of Commerce to offer resources and support services to encourage a thriving economy.
There are 1,446 business establishments within the City’s boundaries, ranging from new start-ups to corporations with more than 1,000 employees.
For more information about the City of Manassas, visit manassascity.org/ed.