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San Joaquin County
Employment is on the rise, our small businesses are resilient, and large employers continue to locate in San Joaquin County.

This growth is the result of San Joaquin's investment in progressive business incentives and programs that spur economic development and job creation. Add to that an extensive transportation network, a highly skilled workforce, proximity to the Silicon Valley and Greater Bay Area, affordable and abundant real estate and tremendous quality of life.

Where is San Joaquin County?

With its proximity to the Silicon Valley and Greater Bay Area, a transportation network that includes interstate freeways, rail and a deep-water port to handle intermodal shipping and an airport that can accommodate extended operation cargo planes, San Joaquin County is a prime location for economic growth and business expansion. Add to that multiple commuting options to and from the Bay Area, affordable housing and a high quality of life, it's easy to see that San Joaquin County is an ideal place to grow a business.

County Locations Map
  1. Sacramento
    41 min (36 mi)
  2. East Bay
    45 min (36 mi)
  3. San Francisco
    1 hr (55 mi)
  4. Modesto
    15 min (12 mi)
  5. San Jose
    58 min (51 mi)
San Joaquin County at a Glance
Bay Area commuters live in San Joaquin County. 2020 2019 2018 2017
60% Own Home

60% households own their home compared to 55% who rent.

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"We want to make sure a fulfillment center is placed as close to the customer as possible to ensure we can offer great Prime service and fast shipping speeds to customers."
Ashley Robinson
Spokesperson, Amazon
8.9 Million sq. ft.

Net Absorption through Q4 2020.

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Unparalleled Infrastructure

Burlington Northern Santa Fe and Union Pacific Railroad operate extensive intermodal rail facilities for global distribution of goods.

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$3.0 Billion

Value of the agricultural industry in 2020.

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"San Joaquin County is uniquely positioned as a logistics hub. It is a fast-growing county with relatively inexpensive real estate and is the geographic center of the Northern California Megaregion, a 21-county area with a population of over 12.6 million."
Dr. Jeffrey Michael
Center for Business and Policy Research, University of the Pacific
Advantage Stockton: Port of Opportunity

In the Central Valley, all roads lead to the Port of Stockton that imports and exports over 4 million tons annually and trades with more than 55 countries around the world.

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Our Communities

Our diverse communities offer a variety of lifestyles, economic opportunities, and business incentives. Explore more on their city websites: