A City with a vibrant community, beautiful landscapes, and potential for growth.
With a population of nearly 110,000 permanent residents with an average age of 37, the City of Temecula is vibrant and thriving and thriving place to be. Having an average household income of almost $150,000, Temecula's residents are high earners. Temecula is also home to the #1 K-12 school district for academic achievement in Riverside County as well as Mount San Jacinto College Temecula Campus and California State University, San Marcos Temecula Campus. The City of Temecula continuously seeks new opportunities for future growth, with the primary objective of creating and nurturing a broad, inclusive, all-encompassing, and diverse community.
Temecula's land and proximity to populous San Diego, Orange, and Los Angeles County make it an ideal commercial space that creates an environment for thriving manufacturing commerce. Temecula is rated one of the top 20 least expensive cities to do business in California by the Kosmont-Rose Institute. It remains the ideal city for relocating, expanding, and developing a new project in Southern California. This progressive area with a small-town feel provides a myriad of possibilities for businesses, visitors, and residents alike. Temecula has more than 3 million annual visitors yet remains the 16th Safest City in the USA (compared to other cities of the same size).
Features of the City
Known as the heart of Southern California's Wine Country, the City of Temecula offers residents and visitors a moderate year-round climate, as well as many scenic destinations in wine country, local dining options, and activities for all ages. In 2023, travel and tourism in the Temecula Valley infused more than 1 billion dollars into the local economy and supported more than 9,000 jobs. Visitors can enjoy a hot air balloon ride and wine tasting choices at 50 wineries, and even take in some retail therapy at Promenade Temecula, the region's largest indoor/outdoor mall that boasts more than 1.2 million square feet of retail and restaurant space. Temecula also offers destinations including Pechanga Resort Hotel and historic Old Town district where architecture and attractions are reminiscent of the 1900's. Visitors can enjoy many family-friendly festivals, golf, horseback riding, and so much more. Temecula is a "Foodie" hotspot and hosting over 3 million annual visitors, is in the top 13% in sales tax generation in California.
The City of Temecula offers a variety of incentive programs designed to broaden and diversify the tax base, encourage capital investment, create employment opportunities, and provide economic growth. A primary objective of the City is to create a broad, inclusive, and diverse manufacturing region. The spirit of entrepreneurship is celebrated and championed in Temecula and this environment cultivates a variety of unique and cutting-edge industries. Advanced manufacturing, AI and robotics, biotechnology, aerospace, and life sciences all call Temecula home- and the City of Temecula is excited to do business with you.
For these and many other reasons, businesses are attracted to the City of Temecula. Additionally, the City is committed to providing excellent, expeditious, and clear guidance throughout the business development or expansion process to companies located or planning to locate to the area. Temecula is focused on sustaining and growing an excellent quality of life. Since its incorporation in 1989, Temecula has evolved into an innovative, dynamic City and regional economic center for Southwest Riverside County, all while retaining its small-town feel and character.
"Old Traditions, New Opportunities"
This progressive area with a small-town feel provides a myriad of possibilities for businesses, visitors, and residents alike. Temecula’s population ebbs and flows with more than 3 million annual visitors yet remains the 16th Safest City in the USA (compared to same size cities). In 2019, travel and tourism in the Temecula Valley infused more than 1 billion into the local economy and supported more than 9,000 jobs. The City of Temecula continuously seeks new opportunities for future growth, with the primary objective of creating and nurturing a broad, inclusive, all-encompassing, and diverse community.