Setting up in your new hometown . . .
What are you looking for? Whether you are a newcomer or a native to Smyth County, we all need help finding things on occasion. The Smyth County Chamber’s “Looking For” listings feature some of the area’s best resources. From realtors to restaurants and everything in between, these icons will help you navigate your way around Smyth County like a pro. Click through and check out all Smyth County has to offer.
Besides finding a place to live and employment, certain things absolutely must be done when relocating to a new town. The basics and resources are boiled down here.
(This page is under construction and not all of the links below are working. Please call us at 276-783-3161 if you need information.)
- Rental Properties
- Auto Dealers
- Education – Smyth County School Board
- Banks and Financial Needs
- Government- Smyth County Board of Supervisors
- Golf Courses
- Health and Wellness
- Smyth County Community Hospital
- Postal Services
- Where To Directory
- Senior Care
- Trash & Recycling
- Smyth County Utilities
- Voter Registration
- Computers and TV Services
- Printing, Trophies, and More
- Real Estate and Surveying
- Hungry Mother State Park
- Business & Industry Directory
- Smyth County Trash Dumps
Nestled in the many mountains of Southwestern Virginia you’ll find a place to call home. In Smyth County, Virginia, we’ve held onto the best of what southern mountain communities can be: Slow. Southern. Style.
We take pride in our welcoming hospitality and a neighborly attitude that will make you feel at home. We’re about traditions, mountain heritage, unique local arts & crafts, music, history, personality and a myriad of cultural treasures and delicacies you can’t help but love. We’re about tomorrow; the one we’re building together with a vision of planning in mind to conserve and preserve the best of our past for future generations.
It’s only natural you’d want to be here…
Cradled among the Blue Ridge Mountains, the Appalachian Mountains, Jefferson National Forest, the Iron Mountains and Mount Rogers National Recreation Area, Smyth County is blessed with spectacular vistas throughout its boundaries.
Near enough to major state and national attractions, such as the Blue Ridge Parkway, country music’s birthplace along the Crooked Road and the Appalachian Trail, we are the scenic setting where town and country meet.
Lakes, mountains, creeks, streams, and rolling hills make it only natural you’d want to visit and are only one part of why you’ll find you want to stay.
Dogwood blossoms and mountains laurels lace springtime in Smyth County with promise and in fresh, fragrant delight. Sultry southern summer sunsets give way to soft layers of fog-laden mountain ridges that go on forever in the quiet blue sky of twilight. Autumn’s landscape blazes with reds, yellows and browns as it turns into the cool crisp frosty sheen of our winter wonderland. We celebrate each season for its unique and inspiring beauty.
Business never looked so good…
In Smyth County, you can have your cake and eat it, too. It’s true you’ll find us a quaint getaway sleepy enough to relax the rough edges, yet you’ll also see we are cultivating a business climate that is awake to the realities and possibilities of the global modern age. Smyth County embraces and exudes the best of both worlds.
Our county is proactive in partnering with businesses and industries looking for the ideal setting to establish or to grow. We take pride in our desire to ask the right questions and then to respond to the needs of our commercial community. Can’t you imagine your business here? We can. And, we’re ready to partner with you to make it a profitable reality. Smyth County works for us and it can work for you.
What are you waiting for?
Whether you are planning a vacation and brief respite from your normal routine, researching personal relocation possibilities or drafting a short list for your company’s next site expansion, you’ve got to check us out. Don’t take our word for it. Come see for yourself.
We’ve saved a place for you in Smyth County, Virginia, and it feels like home.