Perfect for Relocating
Your Business

County officials boast that Warren offers something more: A congestion-free environment conducive to productivity and morale. Whatever your project requires, Warren County has an ideal location at an affordable price.

Warren County Data

Warren County's estimated population in 2019 was 19,898.
Warren County's estimated median age in 2018 was 48.
The average commute for workers is 28.3 minutes.
44.7% of residents also work in Warren County.
The estimated median family income in 2019 was $51,373.
The property tax rate per $100 value is 81 cents.
Source: AccessNC (Feb. 2021)

Noteworthy Characteristics

Businesses considering relocation can take advantage of custom-designed worker training from area community colleges and tier-one state income tax credit for job creation and investment.

The interior of a manufacturing facility located in Warren County.
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The county has a dependable and teachable workforce from which to draw from, and plenty of outdoor recreation for them to enjoy as residents.

The well-equipped schools, ample shopping, and variety of housing enable residents to enjoy rural living without sacrificing convenience.

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Infrastructure and Support

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Proximity to metropolitan areas provides access to all major resources.

  • Raleigh-Durham International Airport
  • Major highways, including Interstate 85, U.S. Highway 1 and U.S. Highway 158
Front sign of RDU airport. An airplane is taking off in the background.
A water dam located in Warren County. Water is running over the dam into a calm pool below.
  • Multiple high-speed Internet options
  • Water, sewer and natural gas availability
  • More than 70,000 acres of freshwater lakes

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Warren County News

Glen Raven Selects Warren County for Major Expansion

July 21, 2021
Glen Raven, Inc., a leading provider of innovative performance textiles with widely recognized brands including Sunbrella® and Dickson®, will create 205 new jobs as it expands its Custom Fabrics operations in Warren County, Governor Roy Cooper announced today. The company will invest up to $82 million in Norlina.

Our Counties

Map of member counties in the Research Triangle Region.