|Population||Ave. HH Inc.||# of HH|
Traffic count at Sanderson & Cottonwood ±19,270 cars per day
SAN JACINTO TRADE AREA HIGHLIGHTS
• More than 799,600 people in the Trade Area
• 870,600 people projected in the Trade Area
• $64,000 Average Household Income
• 33.6 Median Age
• 86% growth population in San Jancinto since 2000
• Epicenter of two new major transportation corridors (Mid County Parkway & Realigned State Highway 79) with convenient ingress/egress and on/off ramp
• Up to 60,000 ADT anticipated on Mid County Parkway, a 16-mile future freeway connecting the I-215 in Perris to Highway 79 in San Jacinto
• Up to 63,000 ADT anticipated on State Highway 79, a 33-mile transportation corridor connecting I-15 in Temecula to I-10 near San Jacinto
SAN JACINTO’S LARGEST EMPLOYERS
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.
Steel Weld, Skyline Corporation, Rama Corporation, and Edelbrock Corporation.
Agri-Empire, Super Wal-Mart, Stater Bros., and Cardenas.
Municipalities/ Public Services
City of San Jacinto, Riverside County, San Jacinto Unified School District, and Mount San Jacinto College.