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Close to Virginia's largest lake, Buggs Island, with all the activities that go along. Throw in world renowned MacCallum More Gardens, historic homes, and boisterous festivals - we have something for everyone.Read More
Our business-friendly community is eager to help you grow. With rail access in town, our convenient Mid-Atlantic location, and easy access to major highways and interstates, your business will thrive here.Read More
Commercial airlines serve nearby Raleigh-Durham and the Richmond International Airport in Richmond. The Chase City Municipal Airport has a 50-foot wide and 3,400-foot long runway. Eight carriers are among those providing motor freight service. The Buckingham Branch Railroad services the Town of Chase City and the Industrial Park. Three federal highways, two of which are four-lane, and Interstate 85 are linked to Chase City by three well-maintained Virginia primary highways.
The renovated Chase City Medical Clinic is staffed with three doctors, a nurse practitioner, consulting services and a quality nursing staff. A new Chase City Primary Care Clinic has one doctor, a nurse practitioner and a quality nursing staff. Both clinics and backed by one of Virginia's best volunteer rescue squads. The town also includes an optometrist and a dentist. Two advanced hospitals, Community Memorial Healthcenter in South Hill and Halifax Regional Hospital, are within a few miles of Chase City, and the Medical College of Virginia and Duke University are just over an hour away.
Just outside of town is a recently constructed 120 bed Nursing Home (Chase City Nursing and Rehabilitation Center) which has a quality staff, physical rehabilitation services and an Alzheimer Unit.
Chase City provides country living with all the amenities of the city. Housing is available for the executive lifestyle as well as the average employee with architecture ranging from modern to Colonial to Cape Cod and including multifamily rentals as well as exclusive subdivisions.
Civic, cultural, and fraternal organizations are an integral part of the community's enviable lifestyle. Active garden clubs, a chapter of the Virginia museum of Fine Arts, the Archaeological Society of Virginia, Ruritans, Lions International, Masonic Lodges, Virginia Historical Society, and the Friends of the Library contribute to the enjoyable quality of life and the comfortable friendly atmosphere of Chase City. All major Protestant denominations are represented among the active churches of Chase City, which are at the center of social and cultural life.
An active Chamber of Commerce promotes Economic Growth for Chase City and its citizens as they strive to improve the Quality of Life and Employment Opportunities. The Chamber sponsors several downtown festivals, car shows, a golf tournament, a parade each year and other events annually.
In a continuing effort to keep Chase City in the twenty-first century, the Downtown Revitalization Committee completed an aggressive program to modernize the Main Street shopping area. With a project budget of $2,072,506, the facades of many business buildings were being upgraded to coincide with the installation of stamped concrete sidewalks designed, and colored, to blend in with the atmosphere of the town. Also included in the project was new street lamps, benches and trash receptacles, along with the relocation of utility poles, lines and cables to side streets. Flowering trees were added to bring beauty and ambiance to the business district.
Newly renovated downtown also boasts a Community Pavilion which hosts farmer's market, various civic organization functions, concerts, meetings and other community functions.
The Town has four banks, one major grocery store and two drug stores. Also a quaint Main Street has several eating establishments, speciality shops and stores for casual shopping.
The Town of Chase City has a population of just under 2,500, and is situated within Mecklenburg County with a population of over 30,000. A total work force of 14,828 within the county exemplifies the strong work ethic which leads to high productivity.
Virginia's right to work law protects management as well as employees.
No manufacturer in the Chase City area has ever experienced a work stoppage because of labor dissatisfaction.