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The city encompasses approximately 50 square miles. Interstate 215 traverses north and south through the center of Menifee, with existing community commercial areas located primarily along Newport, Bradley and McCall Roads off Interstate 215. Menifee is roughly 46 square miles in size and has an elevation of 1,424 feet. The incorporated City of Menifee includes the communities of Sun City, Quail Valley, Paloma Valley and Romoland.

City of Moreno Valley 14177 Frederick St Moreno Valley, CA 92552 951.413.3000

Moreno Valley Population 207,146

The City of Moreno Valley was recently ranked as one of the fastest growing cities in the nation (cities with a population of 100,000 or more) and is the second largest city in Riverside County. Companies are consistently choosing Moreno Valley because it delivers the right market opportunity, qualified and motivated workforce, prime location, pro-business environment and quality of life. Ideally situated at the junction of State Route 60 and Interstate 215, Moreno Valley is the Inland Empire’s best opportunity for a new business or a development project. With over 4,500 businesses strong, Moreno Valley is home to many Fortune 500 and international companies. Murrieta Population 109,177 The City of Murrieta has it all, starting with a strong sense of community, a business-friendly atmosphere, a focus on growing the economy, maintaining a safe and prosperous community and offering high levels of public service. Located in the center of the Los Angeles-San Diego mega-region, Murrieta is named after Juan Murrieta, a California ranchero who founded the town. Murrieta claims some of the top-rated high schools in the state, and a #6 spot on America’s Safest Cities list. Over the years it developed and preserved more than 20 miles of hiking trails, 52 parks and countless recreational opportunities. Murrieta became known is an ideal place to settle down and call home. Murrieta’s robust economic growth includes re-vitalization of Historic Downtown, the emergence of a regional medical hub with five major healthcare facilities, a cutting-edge biotechnology center; and expanded shopping and entertainment for all ages. Norco Population 25,068 The City of Norco is best known as an animal-keeping, equestrian oriented community whose residents enjoy over 400 acres of parkland

City of Murrieta 1 Town Square Murrieta, CA 92562 951.304.2489

City of Norco 2870 Clark Ave Norco, CA 92860 951.735.3900


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