Business Resource Guide


1. Jurupa Valley 2. Eastvale 3. Riverside 4. Norco 5. Corona 6. Perris

7. Canyon Lake 8. Lake Elsinore 9. Wildomar

13. Moreno Valley 14. Calimesa 15. Banning 16. Beaumont 17. San Jacinto 18. Hemet

19. Desert Hot Springs 20. Cathedral City 21. Palm Springs 22. Rancho Mirage 23. Palm Desert

24. Indian Wells 25. La Quinta 26. Indio 27. Coachella 28. Blythe

10. Murrieta 11. Temecula 12. Menifee

Thousands of acres of land for industrial development coupled with an expanding workforce makes Riverside County an advantageous location for business relocation or expansion. According to CoStar, the Inland Empire is one of the nation's largest and fastest-growing industrial markets. Proximity to nearly 20 million residents living in the Southern California region makes Riverside County an ideal location to build new warehouses and distribution centers. The retail market, despite the pandemic, grew by roughly 1.6% year-over-year in January 2021, compared to 0.3% growth for the national index, according to CoStar. Regional Advantages • 5 major freeways connecting Businesses to Los Angeles, San Diego, Orange County and Phoenix, AZ • BNSF Railway from Palm Springs, into and out of ports of Los Angeles, Long Beach and San Diego • Metrolink – Riverside County to Los Angeles • 17 Airports including Ontario, Palm Springs and March Inland Port Air Cargo Services

• 3 Foreign Trade Zones • 49 Opportunity Zones • 44 HUB Zones


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