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Doing Business in Davis

Davis – a great business location!

Davis is experiencing an economic renaissance thanks to the modern industries of outdoor recreation, tourism, artisan shops, live music, local restaurants, craft beer and spirits, and information media. Davis has benefited from the rural adage “if you build it, they will come.” Diverse groups of visitors travel from near and far to experience and contribute to this small town revival. With more and more visitors coming, opportunities for new businesses continue to grow. A rising tide floats all boats, and the diverse group of business owners in Davis view the town’s resurgence as a true team effort.

With the impending completion of Highway 48, high speed internet, and improved cell service, Davis will be connected more than ever to its neighboring towns, cities, and states. With the new 80 acre Highland Business Campus, modern industries of various sizes have a waiting location in which to base their operations. The bottom line: Davis is growing, and there’s never been a better time for your business to call Tucker County home.

Highland Business Campus

Tucker County’s Industrial Park, known as the Highland Business Campus, sits on Highway 48 and leads straight to I-81 and the Inland Port of Virginia.
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How do I register my business in Davis?

In order to register a business within the town of Davis, you must first obtain a state of West Virginia business license. Once you obtain your business license, you will need to go to the town of Davis office to apply for a town business license. After obtaining both of these, you’ll be ready to register your business at the town hall.

Garbage Service

Where is the landfill, what are the hours and when is free dump day?

284 Landfill Road, Davis, WV 26260 (Route 32 between Davis and Thomas)
Free Dump Day: first Thursday of the month
Hours: Monday—Friday: 7:30am-4pm

How does trash pick-up work?

Residents only!
Tuesday (unless notified)
All items to curb by 8am

Notice: Water Outage Sunday Feb 25

Sunday evening, February 25th, the Town will be repairing a major water leak on Rt. 32/William Ave. The water to the Town WILL BE SHUT OFF & will not be turned back on until the leak is repaired. This project will occur Sunday night, approximately 9pm & will run through the night into Monday. Length of repair time is unknown at this time.

During the repair, traffic will be detoured around the work area, except for tractor trailers and other large vehicles. Fifth Street will be blocked off from William Avenue to Thomas Avenue.

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