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York County

Founded: 1634
Population: 67,837
Households: 24,600

Yorktown is one of the three points of the Historic Triangle of Colonial Virginia. It is the site of the last battle and surrender of the British forces in 1781, at the conclusion of the American Revolutionary War.

Modern times have brought forth a more knowledge- & tourism-based economy, which, combined with the low cost of doing business and high quality of living, makes York County an excellent choice for business establishment or relocation.

York County provides its citizens and businesses small-town charm, coupled with first-rate municipal services and big-city amenities. This is why Money Magazine named York County as one of the Top 100 Education Buys and one of the Top 100 Places to Live in the Country.

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