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Economic Growth in Ontario, California
Unlike many cities across the nation, the economy in Ontario, California, not only weathered the economic storm of recent years but continued to grow. We are confident that as our local economy booms, so will your business.
The City of Ontario, California, continues to prosper thanks to its people. With a population of 177,000 residents — up three percent since 2010 — the U.S. Census Bureau predicts Ontario’s population will double by 2035. Ontario’s unemployment rate has declined steadily in recent years, but the city still touts a ready labor pool of skilled workers that is primed to grow.
The local Ontario, California, government is working on plans to develop mixed-use urban lifestyle districts that will include residential homes, retail and office space, industrial and business parks, and town centers.
Ontario, California: A Thriving — and Growing — Economy
Ontario’s location offers access to three major interstates, two railways and the Ontario International Airport, making it an obvious transportation and distribution hub for Southern California. Although the Ontario International Airport is already the fastest growing airport in the United States, its Airport Authority is working to make the best and most comprehensive use of that invaluable asset.
In addition to its convenient railway and road locations, Ontario also has easy access to the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach, making this City a natural hub for industry and commerce within California’s economy.
Ontario endured the recession because its elected leaders continually search for ways to improve residents’ quality of life, invest in public infrastructure and increase economic opportunities for both businesses and the community. Just as you invest in your business, Ontario, California, invests in its community — making Ontario the perfect place to start, expand or relocate your business.