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The City of North Augusta Economic Development Department is committed to facilitating developer opportunities, business attraction, retention, and expansion. These activities help establish strong relationships with our valued local companies and development partners so the City can be more proactive and responsive to their needs. 

North Augusta is the second largest City in Aiken County, located in the Central Savannah River Area and offers convenient access to Fort Gordon, Augusta, and Aiken employment opportunities. If your business could benefit from relocation to an area with a strong work ethic, low crime rate, excellent public services and superior quality of life, we encourage you to consider North Augusta.

Economic Development Award

The City of North Augusta is being recognized on the state level for the work it has done at Riverside Village. North Augusta has been named the winner of the 2019 Joseph P. Riley Award for Economic Development. The award is through the Municipal Association of South Carolina. The award recognizes innovation and achievement in economic development by a local government.

Project Jackson

Riverside Village is home to SRP Park, the city-owned stadium housing the Augusta GreenJackets, Along-side the stadium are a Crowne Plaza hotel, two apartment communities and restaurants. Future plans include a taqueria, an outfitter, a park with 600-seat amphitheater, a boutique, condominiums and single-family homes.

Quality of Life

The City offers residents the charm and simplicity of small town life with big city amenities like shopping, cultural arts, a bark park, Greeneway trail system, and outdoor activities. With an annual average temperature of 64 degrees, there is a beautiful climate to enjoy annual family-friendly and community-driven festivals like the Music in the Park series during the Summer or the Jack o'Lantern Jubilee in the Fall.

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Roadway Network

North Augusta’s transportation network includes two interstate highways, two federal highways, several state primary routes, numerous state secondary roads and a substantial mileage of city streets.

Air Transportation

Two airports serve the Augusta metropolitan area, Augusta Regional Airport at Bush Field and Daniel field, both in Augusta. Commercial carriers, including Delta and American Airlines, operate from Augusta Regional Airport, approximately 8 miles from downtown North Augusta. Service is provided to Atlanta’s Hartsfield International and Charlotte-Douglas International Airports. Daniel Field is a general aviation facility located in the center of the City of Augusta. The Columbia, SC and Atlanta, GA Airports, located approximately 65miles east and 150 miles west of North Augusta respectively, are served by more carriers on a more frequent schedule than Augusta Regional and airfares are often less expensive than from Augusta. As a result, the Atlanta and Columbia Airports are utilized by a substantial number of North Augusta air travelers.

Public Transit

Aiken County’s “Best Friend Express” provides daily bus service between and within Aiken and North Augusta. Service is provided by a fleet of passenger buses.

Bicycle and Pedestrian Facilities

The greatest asset to North Augusta’s bike and pedestrian network is the Greeneway. Currently 13 miles long, it connects neighborhoods to public facilities, downtown, the riverfront, and the13th Street Bridge, which connects to Augusta. For those who live close, it can operate as a legitimate commuting route to downtown Augusta.







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