Camp Verde naturally attracts construction, ranching, light industry, service and government sectors to headquarter within its limits. Our direct freeway access, increasing population and low taxes encourages more small and mid-sized companies to consider us each year.

As of 2001 in Yavapai County, 15,275 people worked in services while 13,700 people worked in trade. The construction industry employs 4,875, followed by the manufacturing sector with 3,375 employees. Major private employers include Bank One, Alco, and Cliff Castle Casino; Camp Verde Marshal, U.S. Postal Service, Yavapai County Justice Facility and Camp Verde Unified School District comprise the public employment side. Unemployment rates hover at three percent.

graphicAverage hourly wages in Yavapai County also attract small business entrepreneurs:

Accounting Clerk$10.10

Carpenter $11.58

EDP Analyst/Programmer $18.58


Secretary $9.78

Camp Verde's growth is a given: new building permits nearly doubled from 144 in 1990 to 247 by 2001. In 1999 the town reached an all-time high of 334 permits. During that same period, taxable sales rose from $20,595,400 to $67,024,100. Several industrial sites and three banks are available to assist business owners who want to join the success.

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