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The FCEDA has numerous resources available to assist those looking for information on Fairfax County. Publications range from an annual overview of the Authority’s work to a guide to doing business in the county. All the publications are free and most are available for download through the links below. Certain publications are also available in print. Contact our office for more information.
Annual Report - A detailed summary of FCEDA’s activity and Fairfax County’s business growth during the previous year—including economic indicators, marketing results and real estate trends.
Area Profiles - Nine summaries of business data, demographic information and other statistics covering a total of 17 commercial submarkets in Fairfax County.
Business Relocations and Expansions - A listing of companies that are locating to or expanding in Fairfax County. Current year updated on a quarterly basis.
Business Ventures - A bi-annual newsletter covering news of interest to small, minority- and woman-owned businesses.
Doing Business in Fairfax County - A a comprehensive guide to starting up, financing and growing your business in Fairfax County.
Fact Sheets - Brief overviews providing information on a variety of topics. Visit our Fact Sheets page for downloadable PDFs of each fact sheet.
Fairfax County: Creating a Modern Economy - A DVD containing interviews with eight business leaders crucial to the development of the county's 21st century economy.
Fairfax County Profile - Gives a general overview of Fairfax County including sections on the business community, technology industry, demographics, quality of life and transportation.
Fairfax Leader - A quarterly newsletter containing recent announcements, county statistics, profiles on local firms and FCEDA programs and services.
Real Estate Report - Published twice a year. Provides data on construction activity, leasing activity and rates, and vacancy rates for the county’s commercial real estate market and its major submarkets.