Welcome to California's newest city. We are pleased that you have taken the time to explore our community. After reviewing this page we hope you will consider locating, expanding, or starting your business right here in Jurupa Valley.
Where a Superior Location is Just the Start
Within a 10-minute drive of the Ontario International Airport, Jurupa Valley enjoys a location advantage unmatched in Riverside County. Served by Interstate 15 and State Route 60, heavy rail service and its own Metro-Link Station, Jurupa Valley combines a location advantage with convenient transportation service to commuters and industry alike.
The City's superior location and transportation system has served as reason enough for such major corporations as Costco, Walmart, FedEx, and UPS to call the City's Mira Loma Industrial complex home.
A Ready Made Workforce - A Reason to Stay
There are nearly a half a million people within a 15-minute drive of the City. Yet with a population of 101,315, Jurupa Valley is so much more. Within its 45 square miles, the City is home to 9 distinct communities providing a variety of suburban, rural and equestrian lifestyles.
Active and natural park space abounds while providing direct access to the Santa Ana River Trail system. The City is home to the historic Flabob Airport and the Jurupa Mountains Discovery Center. Educationally, the City is served by the Jurupa and Corona Unified School Districts, the Riverside Community College District and the University of California, Riverside.
In each of the tabs, you will find information regarding starting, expanding, or locating a business within the City of Jurupa Valley. Whether you are in need of demographics, recent permit activity, zoning information, local economic trends, maps, small business assistance, or a list of potential business incentives you may qualify for, you will find it all here.
You will also find information pertaining to the City's planning entitlement process. We hope this information helps you make your decision to locate, expand and stay in Jurupa Valley.