ⓘ Blacksburg–Christiansburg–Radford metropolitan area

                                     

ⓘ Blacksburg–Christiansburg–Radford metropolitan area

The Blacksburg-Christiansburg-Radford Metropolitan Statistical Area is a Metropolitan Statistical Area as defined by the United States Office of Management and Budget located in the New River Valley of Southwest Virginia. As of the 2010 census, the MSA had a population of 162.958.

The NRO is dominated by the presence of Virginia and Radford University. The area known as the new river valley, NRV, or have experienced tremendous growth in the last twenty years and continues to be one of the fastest growing areas in Virginia. It is bordered by the Allegheny mountains to the North and the mountains of the blue ridge to the South, the New river flowing through the valley. The Central communities in the area consist of two villages and one town, state law draws a sharp distinction between cities that are completely separate from counties and cities that are in the districts. Blacksburg, big cities, at home in Virginia, while Radford, the only city in the group, is home to the University of Radford. Christiansburg, a town which lies between blacksburg and Radford in both population and geographical location, is home to a branch of new river College, as well as hundreds of shops, restaurants and the historic centre.

                                     
  • Christiansburg Blacksburg and Radford are the three principal municipalities of the Blacksburg - Christiansburg - Radford Metropolitan Statistical Area
  • Train Depot on Depot Street. It is part of the Blacksburg - Christiansburg - Radford Metropolitan Statistical Area which encompasses all of Montgomery County
  • south of the county seat of Christiansburg It is part of the Blacksburg Christiansburg Radford Metropolitan Statistical Area which encompasses all of
  • of the Blacksburg Christiansburg Radford Metropolitan Statistical Area which encompasses all of Montgomery County and the cities of Blacksburg Christiansburg
  • Blacksburg Christiansburg and Radford are the three principal jurisdictions of the Blacksburg - Christiansburg - Radford Metropolitan Statistical Area
  • Blacksburg Christiansburg Radford Metropolitan Statistical Area which encompasses all of Montgomery County and the cities of Blacksburg Christiansburg and
  • of the Blacksburg Christiansburg Radford Metropolitan Statistical Area while the Roanoke County portion is part of the Roanoke Metropolitan Statistical
  • city of Radford with neighboring Montgomery County. Radford is included in the Blacksburg Christiansburg Radford metropolitan area Radford is the home
  • Virginia, United States. Sugar Grove is part of the Blacksburg - Christiansburg - Radford metropolitan area Sugar Grove at one time hosted a school, a post
  • of Pulaski County. Pulaski is part of the Blacksburg Christiansburg Radford Metropolitan Statistical Area Pulaski was incorporated as a town in 1886
  • of Giles County. Pearisburg is part of the Blacksburg Christiansburg Radford Metropolitan Statistical Area Pearisburg was founded in 1808 when Giles
  • Its county seat is Christiansburg Montgomery County is part of the Blacksburg Christiansburg Radford VA Metropolitan Statistical Area It is dominated
  • is Pulaski. Pulaski County is part of the Blacksburg Christiansburg Radford VA Metropolitan Statistical Area Pulaski County was formed on March 30, 1839