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Economic Development

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The goal of Economic Development is to encourage investment and provide amenities that benefit the City of Eastvale.  Economic Development focus' on creating jobs and providing long term revenue to support essential City services (i.e. fire, police, and public services).

The City of Eastvale is proud to be one of the newest cities in Western Riverside County. The City of Eastvale incorporated on October 1, 2010 and has an ever-growing population of over 63,162 residents.  The City of Eastvale ranks as the fastest growing city in Riverside County (source: CA Department of Finance). Eastvale Freeways Map

The City of Eastvale is 13.1 square miles strategically poised between Interstate 15 and California State Routes 91, 60, and 71, making access easy for residents, visitors and businesses alike. Residents and visitors find nearby Ontario International Airport to be a metropolitan advantage yet enjoy the small-town, neighborly charm of our young and dynamic community.

The City of Eastvale is adjacent to Orange County and boasts the highest median household income in Riverside County (source: US Census data).  Eastvale offers a diverse choice of housing options with most of the nation’s top ten residential developers choosing Eastvale for new housing starts. For details, view the map of residential housing Developments and list of developers.
Developers Looking at Plans
Eastvale is within the Corona-Norco Unified School District (CNUSD) boundaries. CNUSD is the largest school district in Riverside County and the ninth largest school district in the State of California. The elementary schools in Eastvale are multi-track year round schools. The City of Eastvale has four elementary schools (two of which are California Distinguished Schools), two intermediate schools and one high school.   CNUSD was named as one of four American school districts selected as a finalist for the $1 million Broad Prize for Urban Education.

The landscape of the community has changed over the years from a former dairy enclave to a diverse, well-appointed community with highly desired amenities. With our newly constructed, modern, award-winning schools and thirteen beautiful parks, Eastvale stands as the premiere location to raise a family and enjoy business success. The variety of surrounding communities provides for a diversified consumer base and a culturally enriched experience.

The City has several advantages that make it an attractive option for investment, development or relocation:

  • Available Land: various parcels of land in quality locations some with freeway visibility and/or access. 
  • The City of Eastvale is adjacent to Orange County and San Bernardino County - located between the Interstate 15 and California State Routes 91, 60, and 71, making access very easy. 
  • Competitive Land Costs 
  • Eastvale’s strategic location offers quick access to major transportation options, including trucking, rail, and air shipments. Supplies and products can be easily transported to their final destination. 
  • Local Educational Facilities including: Norco College, UC Riverside, California Polytechnic State University Pomona, University of La Verne, Pitzer College, and Scripps College. These institutions provide employers’ access to student populations with a wide range of education and skills. 
  • Various high quality housing options that are reasonably priced 
  • Assistance from the City to guide and help projects through all stages of project development from Planning to completion. 
  • Business friendly environment with strong leadership from the City Council 
  • Skilled Workforce: available within the City of Eastvale and the surrounding cities of Norco, Chino, Jurupa Valley, Ontario, Corona and beyond.

The City of Eastvale recognizes that a strong and healthy local economy is one of the most important funding mechanisms in providing essential services and amenities to meet the current and future needs of the City.

We realize that as a business owner or investor, you have a choice to open or invest anywhere. Thank you for considering Eastvale. We appreciate and welcome the opportunity to show you all that Eastvale has to offer. Come be a part of something great in the City of Eastvale!

Resource materials:

Eastvale Brochure (Updated 11/28/2016)

Eastvale Census Data (source: US Census Quick Facts)

Detailed Eastvale Community Profile (source: Southern California Association of Governments)

Eastvale Strategic Plan

Eastvale Planning: Major Projects Summary (pdf) as ofJanuary 2017

Eastvale Public Works: Major Projects Update and Map (pdf) as of January 2017

List of Largest Eastvale Employers

Boundary Map

Eastvale General Plan and Land Use Map (June 2015) (low resolution version)

Eastvale Zoning Map (June 2015) (low resolution version)

Eastvale Planning Area Map

Access to Capital by CalFOR - All content contained in this guidebook is provided for informational purposes only.

Small Business Administration (SBA):

2016 Accolades:

2016 Accolades safetest city money accolades

MONEY Magazine Ranks Eastvale Best Place to Live in CA

Eastvale, CA is among the Safest Cities in CA -

#5 on the 2016’s Best Places to Raise a Family in California-WalletHub

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