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Roanoke Area

The city of Roanoke Virginia is located midway between New York City and Atlanta on
Interstate 81. The city is the center of a large metropolitan region, functioning as a hub of
transportation, finance, health care, retail and industry for the southwestern part of the state.
Distances from Roanoke to Major Metropolitan Area:
Atlanta, GA        430
Charlotte, NC    105
Knoxville, TN     255
New York, NY    476
Norfolk, VA        245
Raleigh, NC      156
Richmond, VA  164
Washington,      251
A temperate climate with four distinct seasons enhances the appeal of Roanoke for both its
businesses and citizens.
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The Roanoke Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA) consists of Roanoke and Salem cities and
Botetourt, Craig, Franklin and Roanoke counties. However, the MSA serves a much larger
Locality Population
1990 2000
  Roanoke 96,509 94,911
  Botetourt County 24,992 30,496
  Craig County 4,372 5,091
  Roanoke County 79,294 85,778
  Bedford County 45,476 60,371
  Bedford 6,253 6,299
  Franklin County 39,549 47,286
  Salem 23,797 24,286
  Floyd County 11,965 13,874
  Total 332,207 368,853

Cultural Activities:
Harrison Museum of African American Culture
Roanoke Symphony
Center in the Square
Mill Mountain Theatre
Roanoke Museum of Fine Arts
The Roanoke Ballet/Opera
Roanoke Valley History Museum
Science Museum of Western VA
William B Hopkins Planetarium
Arts Council of the Blue Ridge
Virginia Museum of Transportation
Numerous attractions are within an hour's drive of the city including Dixie Caverns,
Natural Bridge, the historic towns of Fincastle, Lexington, Peaks of Otter and Mabry Mill on
the Blue Ridge Parkway. Smith Mountain Lake and Claytor Lake are also located in the area.
New River Valley:
The New River Valley is located in the South Western part of Virginia. This region includes
the counties of Floyd, Giles and Montgomery .
   The town of Blacksburg, Christiansburg, Radford and Pulaski are the population centers
and are located approximately 35 miles southwest of the city of Roanoke. Blacksburg is
home to Virginia Polytechnic Institute and state University (Virginia Tech). Virginia Tech is
the largest University in Virginia and one of the countries leading research institution.
Christiansburg is the retail center of the New River Valley.

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