Economic Data

Job creation and commercial/industrial development are major priorities for the City. A diversified labor force, inexpensive land and housing, an abundant water supply and our quality of life have attracted, and will continue to attract, industrial and commercial investment to the Valley. Both small and large companies continue to locate and expand in San Jacinto.

Demographics Quick Facts:

  • Population has grown 172% since 1990
  • Current Population: 45,563**
  • Median Age: 33.6
  • Average Household Size: 3.38

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Business and Commercial Activity

San Jacinto has a diverse business and job base that includes the manufacturing sector as well as the non-manufacturing sector of agriculture, retail and other support services. Principal manufacturing products include electronic components, mobile homes, casting and parts assembly. Retail, service and medical providers are also valued industries. The area’s labor force includes professional, skilled and semi-skilled workers.

Expanding commercial opportunities in San Jacinto has been a major City focus over the last several years. San Jacinto offers excellent retail sites, fast track development processing, strong demand statistics, and a continually growing population base that makes the City very attractive to retailers and other commercial users.

Our San Jacinto Super Block commercial area, at San Jacinto and Esplanade, continues to attract new development. Current businesses include Stater Bros., Rite Aid, Metro Theater, Powerhouse Gym, and Burger King.

**State of California, Department of Finance, Demographic Research Census 2014 estimate New

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