- Relocation Guide
Strategically located in the mid-Atlantic corridor, Calvert County is positioned in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area, conveniently located adjacent to the Patuxent River Naval Air Station, Baltimore and Annapolis.
Location, highly educated resident workforce, excellent quality of life - these factors alone are motivating organizations to learn more about locating their business in Calvert County, Maryland.
Calvert offers rural charm, an excellent school system and an unmatched quality of life. Calvert provides extensive outdoor activities offering over 140 miles of shoreline and over 4,600 acres of parks and open space. Safe, efficient intra-county road systems bypass rush-hour gridlock and frustration, and state and county services create an excellent business infrastructure.
View information and listings on commercial real estate in Calvert County.
The Department of Economic Development strives to initiate quality economic development in Calvert County, Maryland by retaining and supporting existing business, attracting new employers, providing a pro-business climate for success, and by offering services to small and start-up business. This section outlines current information about infrastructure, taxes, labor, incentive programs, utilities, transportation, telecommunications, and quality of life.
Located just west of Prince Frederick on Route 231, the Calvert County Industrial Park (CCIP) consists of 225 acres with 46 lots.
The Calvert County Board of Commissioners and the Calvert County Department of Economic Development are working closely with the Maryland Economic Development Corporation (MEDCO) to establish the Patuxent Business Park as Calvert County's premier business place.