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Incorporated in 1984, the City of Moreno Valley is a progressive, dynamic City with more than 209,000 people and is over 4,500 businesses strong. Today, Moreno Valley is the second largest city in Riverside County with its booming population projected to reach 215,000 by 2020. The 51.5-square-mile community is just over fifty percent built-out, with room to grow—signifying a prosperous future.
Moreno Valley is home to many global and international companies including Amazon, Procter & Gamble, Skechers USA, Harbor Freight Tools, Aldi Foods, Deckers Outdoor (UGG Boots), Philips Electronics, Serta Mattress, Walgreens, Federal-Mogul, O'Reilly Automotive, Fisher and Paykel, and Karma Automotive.
Through the leadership of the Council and City staff and innovative initiatives such as the award-winning Hire MoVal program, the City celebrates exceptional local job growth and workforce development opportunities linking major employers with local talent.
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Key Reasons for Investment
Located in a regional market of 4.4 million, Moreno Valley is the second largest city in Riverside County. Moreno Valley offers solid demographics too.
•Consumers: Plentiful, Youthful, & Driven
•City population over 209,000
•20-mile population: 2,325,591
•2nd largest city in Riverside County, 21st in California
•Traffic Counts: more than 53.7 million people drive State Route 60 each year
•Two colleges attract more than 32,000 students
•Incomes: Up & Climbing
•Average Household Income $69,610
•Number of households that earn more than $75,000: 17,000.
•Employment Centers: Booming
Home to numerous Fortune 500 and International companies, Moreno Valley proudly celebrates daytime workforce growth by new corporate neighbors: Aldi, Amazon, Deckers Outdoor Corporation, Karma Automotive, Harbor Freight Tools, Harman Kardon, O’Reilly Automotive, Procter & Gamble, ResMed, Ross Dress For Less, Serta Simmons Bedding, Skechers USA, Trademark Plastics, United Natural Foods, Walgreens, and more.
Current and Future Development
In 2015, the Moreno Valley City Council approved the World Logistics Center, a 40.6 million square foot world class industrial business park—the largest in California’s history. The site is projected to attract over 20,000 jobs and will cater to global and international companies and their logistics operations.
In the same year, the City also received recognition for successfully attracting Karma Automotive. After a national site selection competition, Karma chose to manufacture their luxury, hybrid sports cars in Moreno Valley accomplishing what was considered impossible, bringing automotive manufacturing back to Southern California.
Strategically located at the heart of the Inland Empire’s economic powerhouse, the City of Moreno Valley is uniquely poised to absorb astronomical growth in its industrial, commercial, medical, and residential sectors amounting to increased opportunities for businesses and residents to live, work, and play for generations to come.