Virginia Beach is Virginia’s largest city, having a metro area that includes Norfolk and Newport News, and a small section of northeastern North Carolina – creating a combined population of 1,806,423 people. The current median household income for Virginia Beach is $72,686. Virginia Beach sits on the Atlantic coast, at the mouth of Chesapeake Bay, in the eastern United States. Nearby Cape Henry, where the first English colonists landed and established Jamestown in 1607, launching the flood of European colonists seeking new lives in a new land. Many of the old colonial sites are operated as parks and historical landmarks and are open to the public. Virginia Beach today is an eastern seaboard resort city where tourists arrive, often from northern states and Canada, to enjoy the miles of long, warm, sandy beaches, popular cultural events, lively music festivals, and the annual East Coast Surfing Championships. The greater Virginia Beach metro area is home and host to several large employers, including Amerigroup, Stihl, Sentara Healthcare, Dollar Tree, Smithfield Foods, Busch Vacuum Solutions, IMS Gear, the Christian Broadcasting Network, Sanjo Corte Fino, GEICO, Morphix Technologies and many others!