The Data

A Collection of Useful Data About Moreno Valley Businesses, Population and Location

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Median Age
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High School Graduates
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Rate of Home Ownership

Economic Development Summit

The City hosted an Economic Development Summit featuring economist Dr. Christopher Thornberg from the University of California, Riverside’s School of Business Administration. He provided economic highlights for Moreno Valley and the region.

Download the report here.

Report
Focus on Moreno Valley

Location

Square Miles 51.3
Time Zone Pacific Standard
Elevation (feet) 1631
Neighboring Cities Riverside
Redlands
Loma Linda
Perris
Beaumont
  • Moreno Valley is centrally located among Riverside and San Bernardino County, giving it access to all of the region’s markets.
  • It is less than a one hour drive from Los Angeles, Orange, San Bernardino and San Diego counties.
  • Most of Moreno Valley is bounded by the CA-60 and I-215 freeway junction.
  • In terms of land area, Moreno Valley is larger than San Francisco, Boston, Anaheim and Ontario.

Quick Facts

Moreno Valley Area (20 miles)
Population 214,982 2,399,647
Forecasted 2019-24 Population Growth 3.90% 3.45%
Number of Households 47,273 533,386
Airports 1 6
Passenger Rail Stations 1 13
Major Regional Shopping Destinations 2
Commercial Shopping Centers 40
Total Land Parcels 48,216
Residential Parcels 44,285
Hospitals
Riverside University Health System – Medical Center Beds
Kaiser Permanente Beds
2
439
101
Nationally Recognized Hotels
Total Rooms
12
1,177

Fun Facts

  • Incorporated December 3, 1984, the city was formed by merging the preexisting communities of Moreno, Sunnymead and Edgemont into one.
Parks and Recreation Facilities 38
Maintained Park Acreage 531
Park Rangers 3

March Air Reserve Base Economic Impact

  • Moreno Valley is also home to March Air Reserve Base and the March Inland Port Airport.
  • March Air Reserve Base was built in 1918, in the early days of flight before the US Air Force was established. One of the three oldest Air Force bases in the US, March will celebrate its centennial 2018.
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Base Employment
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Other Jobs Created
Annual Payroll 170,000,000
Base Employment 9,600
Annual Expenditure 151,000,000
Off base Lodgings 891,000
Other Jobs Created 2,667
Estimated Value of Jobs Created 106,000,000
Total Economic Impact 428,000,000
Future Projected Economic Impact 600,000,000

Riverside University Health System Countywide Economic Impact

  • Located in Moreno Valley, the Riverside University Health System – Medical Center has an emergency room capable of handling up to 100,000 patient visits per year.
  • About Riverside University Health System – Medical Center: Founded in 1893, the Medical Center provides exceptional care in specialties such as pediatrics, obstetrics and psychiatry, and in the treatment of diseases such as diabetes and hepatitis C. The 439-bed hospital is a Level II Trauma Center, the only Pediatric ICU in Riverside County and a designated Primary Stroke Center. It also is a teaching hospital with training programs for doctors, nurses, pharmacists and allied health professionals.
Total Annual Expenditure 1,140,700,000
Total Employees 6,000
RUHS – Medical Center Employees 3,400
Other Jobs Created 7,200
Indirect Economic Value 500,000,000
Total Economic Impact 1,640,700,000
State and Local Tax Revenue 107,300,000

Demographics

Moreno Valley Area (20 miles)
Median Age (years) 32.6 34
Average Household Income $86,641 $96,560
Households Earning More Than $100,000 17,939
31.69%
243,339
35.58%
Average Household Size 3.79 3.46
Workforce Size 93,089 1,048,287
White Collar Workers 44,470
47.77%
532,413
50.79%
Average Commute Time (minutes) 38 36
Cars Per Household 2.4 2.27
47.4%
47.8%

Weather

Average High Temperature (Fahrenheit) 79.6
Average Low Temperature (Fahrenheit) 51.4
Average Days Below 32F 7
Days of Sunshine 272
Average Rainfall Per Year (inches) 10.34

Economic Indicators

Ad Valorem Property Tax 1%
Sales Tax 8%
Transient Occupancy Tax 13%
LA-RIV-OC Regional Consumer Price Index 249.947
Number of Businesses 4,500
Fortune 500 and Global Major Employers 23

Housing

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Number of Housing Units
64.3%
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Average Home Price (Oct 2019)
83.5%
Moreno Valley Area (20 miles)
Houses Above $200,000 31,880
87.88%
374,333
86.48%
Owner Occupied Homes 36,275
64.3%
432,879
64.4%
Family Housing 47,053
83.5%
519,585
77.4%
Non-family Housing 9,285
16.5%
152,092
22.6%

Education

47.06%
79.31%
Moreno Valley Area (20 miles)
Some College or Higher 62,813
47.06%
776,465
51.06%
High School Diploma or Higher 104,185
78.06%
1,205,977
79.31%
Moreno Valley Area (20 miles)
4 Year/Universities 0 11
Junior/Post Secondary Colleges 2 27
Total Public K-12 Schools 42
Elementary Schools 27
Middle Schools 8
High Schools
7
Charter Schools 2
Private Schools
4
Major Colleges and Universities
UC Riverside Graduate Students
Undergraduate Students
3,341
20,581
Cal State San Bernardino Graduate Students
Undergraduate Students
2,396
17,854
Cal Baptist University Total Students 11,046
Moreno Valley College Total Students 10,684
Total Area Student Population 65,902

Lifestyle

Moreno Valley has many cultural amenities and performance events that enhance the quality lifestyle of its residents.

Nationally Recognized Movie Theaters
Number of Theater Seats
Number of Screens
2
5,825
24
Number of Bowling Allies 2
Number of Karaoke Bars 6
Parks, Trails, and Park Facilities (acres)
352
Number of Major Hiking Trails 6
Miles of Trails
32.3
  • Moreno Valley Master Chorale
  • Moreno Valley Community Band
  • Moreno Valley Wind Symphony
  • Citrus Swing Orchestra
  • Moreno Valley Cultural Arts Foundation
  • Moreno Valley Equestrian Center
  • March Field Air Museum
  • Moreno Valley Library
  • Senior Community Center
  • Conference & Recreation Centers (2)
  • Weekly Farmer’s Market
  • Hound Town Dog Park
  • Golf Courses (2)
  • Regional Parks
    (Lake Perris State Recreational Area)
  • Trampoline Parks