Hampton Economic Development Authority

The Economic Development Authority is a separate legal entity – associated with the city and the Economic Development Office – that administers land sales and development in the Hampton Roads Center office park. It also serves as a vehicle for encouraging development projects in other areas of Hampton. Bylaws (PDF).


Members of the authority are appointed by Hampton City Council and serve four-year terms. View list.

Apply to be on the Hampton Economic Development Authority.

Agendas & Minutes

Agendas are available prior to the meetings. Minutes are added following approval. Committee reports are given at the full board meeting can be found within the minutes from the board.

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